Thematic Workshop 2020

Magnetism and Optics in Nanoalloys. Properties and Applications.

 (Extension deadline) Abstract Submission : Dec. 8, 2019

A Thematic Workshop on Magnetism and Optics in Nanoalloys, Properties and Applications, will take place at CNRS Délégation Rhône-Auvergne (DR 7), 2 avenue Albert Einstein – Villeurbanne Lyon (France) January 30-31, 2020.

This Workshop chaired by V. Dupuis and E. Cottancin from iLM Lyon, will provide to share common basics and to discuss open questions on fundamental research in physics and applied sciences concerning : Nano-magnetism, Nano-optics, Magneto-Plasmonic, Multifunctional Properties and Applications in nano-sized alloy particles with bi- or multi-metallic components.

Each session will included invited and contributed talks as well as a common posters session to stimulate international research actions both between IRN and external researchers interested by the thematic.

Notice that the registration fees including meals are free of charge for PhD Students and limited to € 30 for Post Doc and Permanent scientists.

If you are interested in submitting a contribution (oral or poster), please use the template (on the web site) and send as soon as possible to .

Venue and Hotel

Poster of the workshop

 Key dates :

  • Abstract Submission : Nov. 10, extended to  Dec. 8, 2019 (send your abstract (use template) by email to:
  • Online Registration Deadline on azur colloque web site: Jan. 29,.2020.
  • Workshop at CNRS, 2 avenue Albert Einstein – Villeurbanne (France) Jan. 30-31, 2020

The workshop will start Thursday morning (8:30 a.m.) to Friday noon (1:00 p.m. with the possibility of lunching  on site) with a registration-welcome session, Wednesday evening (6:00 to 8:00 at the CNRS canteen).

The following session list will be introduced by invited speakers:

Nano-magnetism :                  Hamid Kachkachi (PROMES, Perpignan, France)

Nano-photonics :                                   Odile Stephan, (LPS, Orsay, France)

Magneto-plasmonic :                            Francesco Pineider (Pisa, Italy)

Multifunctionnal properties :                    Jean-François Dayen                  

                                                                 (IPCMS, Strasbourg, France)

Applications in nanoalloys :        Nora Dempsey (Néel-Grenoble, France)

                                                               Franz Faupel (Kiel, Germany)