Programme

Wednesday 5 April

 

PS2:01 Real-time monitoring of gas concentration mixed with unwanted smoke under atmospheric pressure using asynchronous-optical-sampling THz time-domain spectroscopy
T Yasui, Tokushima University, Japan

 

PS2:02 Investigating cell-scaffold interaction by terahertz frequency-domain circular dichroism spectroscopy
B Yang, University of Chester, UK

 

PS2:03 THz spectroscopy of palm oil products
M Méndez Aller, TU Darmstadt, Germany

 

PS2:04 Practical considerations of deploying terahertz technology for automotive coatings inspection
R May, TeraView Ltd., UK

 

PS2:05 Towards real-world THz imaging with optically controllable single-pixel cameras
S Augustin, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

 

PS2:06 Polarization switching THz devices for protein analysis
D Blyth, University of Essex, UK

 

PS2:07 Phase-matched generation of coherent field transients below 15 THz in 4H-SiC
J Bühler, University of Konstanz, Germany

 

PS2:08 Nanometre precision in THz thicknesses measurements of dielectric and metal-dielectric structures
K Krewer, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany

 

PS2:09 Vector network analyser based angular resolved measurements at THz frequencies
A Klein, Durham University, UK

 

PS2:10 Nonlinear-optical coefficient measurements of precisely processed organic crystals
T Notake, RIKEN, Japan

 

PS2:11 Detection proper and defective sugar beet seeds using THz time domain spectroscopy
J C Balzer, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany

 

PS2:12:An investigation into the complementarity of THz imaging, stimulated infrared thermography and DHSPI for the imaging of concealed wall paintings
J Bowen, University of Reading, UK

 

PS2:13 Single-shot spectral measurement of THz radiation from two-color laser focusing in air
Y Yoo, University of Maryland, USA

 

PS2:14 THz generation using non-linear crystallites dispersed in organogels
R Kini, IISER-TVM, India

 

PS2:15 Multispectral detection from X-ray to THz on standard silicon CCD and CMOS sensors
M Shalaby, SwissFEL (PSI), Switzerland

 

PS2:16 Intense THz source based on BNA organic crystal pumped at conventional Ti:Sapphire wavelength
M Shalaby, SwissFEL (PSI), Switzerland

 

PS2:17 Highly versatile narrowband Terahertz source providing extreme field strength
C Hauri, Paul Scherrer Institute/EPFL, Switzerland

 

PS2:18 Near-field microscopy of electromagnetically induced transparency in terahertz dolmens
A Halpin, Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER), Netherlands

 

PS2:19 Synthetic multi-spectral materials for co-axial imaging
J Grant, University of Glasgow, UK

 

PS2:20 Terahertz nondestructive characterization of multi-layered structures using sparse deconvolution accounting for pulse spreading
J Dong, Georgia Tech Lorraine, France

 

PS2:21 Interaction mechanisms of confined meta-atoms
M Wenclawiak, TU Wien, Austria

 

PS2:22 Parallel plate waveguide terahertz time domain spectroscopy for two-dimensional conductive materials in the transverse electric mode: Performance and limitation
M Razanoelina, Osaka University, Japan

 

PS2:23 Geometric phase shaping of terahertz vortex beams
E Abraham, Bordeaux University - LOMA, France

 

PS2:24 Resistance of various metals and dielectrics against high THz field induced damage
K Iwaszczuk, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

 

PS2:25 Electric-field-tunable terahertz response of planar metamaterials deposited on strained SrTiO3 films
C Kadlec, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

 

PS2:26 Coupling surface plasmon polariton modes to complementary metasurfaces tuned by inter meta-atom distance
J Keller, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

 

PS2:27 Magneto-Plasmon and cyclotron transition ultrastrongly coupled to subwavelength resonator
G L Paravicini-Bagliani, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 

PS2:28 Magneto-THz spectroscopy of the photoexcited semiconductor
T Morimoto, Osaka University, Japan

 

PS2:29 Active waveguides enabled by liquid metal actuation
K Reichel, Brown University, USA

 

PS2:30 Artificial dielectric polarizing beam splitter for the THz region
R Mendis, Brown University, USA

 

PS2:31 An ultra-thin tunable terahertz absorber
I Shadrivov, Australian National University, Australia

 

PS2:32 Dynamic light-induced THz resonators in a waveguide
L Gingras, McGill University, Canada

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: EXTENDED
    12 December 2016
  • Early registration deadline:
    3 February 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    24 March 2017

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