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COST Action MP0803 - Plasmonic components & devices

Welcome to the website of the COST Action MP0803; we are proud to gather the European plasmonics community ! The Action is open to every institution, please let us know if you wish to join us.


Partners in the Action University of Glasgow KTH Royal Institute of Technology Tampere University of Technology Science Institute of Iceland Queens University of Belfast Tyndall University University of Exter Imperial College London Kings College London Chalmers University of Southern Denmark University of Gent Wilhems University Muenster Institute of Applied Photophysics University of Warsaw Institute of Electronic material technology University of JYVÄSKYLÄ TKK finland Kaunas University of Technology University of Vilniaus Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics Laser Zentrum Hannover CSEM SA ETH Zürich university of Graz Institute for Complex Systems Foundation for Research and technology Hellas Aristole University of Thessaloniki Hacettepe University Israel Institute of technology Bilkent University UFE Institute of Photonics and Electronics Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne The Institute of Photonic Sciences University of Zaragoza INESC Porto Université de Bourgogne ICMM Madrid TOBB, Turkey University of Southampton Université de Strasbourg Institute d'optique

COST– European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research – is one of the longest-running European instruments supporting cooperation among scientists and researchers across Europe. COST is also the first and widest European intergovernmental network for coordination of nationally funded research activities.

COST mission is to strengthen Europe in scientific and technical research through the support of European cooperation and interaction between European Researchers. It also aims to maximise European Synergy and added value in non-competitive and pre-normative research. COST has 34 member countries and enables scientists to collaborate in a wide spectrum of activities grouped under nine key scientific Domains.

The Action MP0803 was launched in 2008, it belongs to the COST Domain Materials, Physical and Nanosciences. The objective of this action is to foster, coordinate, and strengthen European research on the physical properties and technological qualifications of plasmonic structures and their integration in Information Technologies and Biosensing devices.

Further details are provided in the following pages regarding the Objectives and the Structure of the Action including the different working groups. You may also want to check the description of MP0803 on the COST Website (note that there is currently a major update on the COST website, this link will take you to the old version).

If you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact the Chairman ad-interim of MP0803: Prof. Alexandre Dmitriev at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden.