The real fun in Nanophotonics is to see the course concepts in action in current literature. We will have a mid-term symposium during the May 6 (Wednesday afternoon) session.
Your assignment is:
- to present a paper in 10 minutes, allowing in addition 2 minutes of questions.
- taking into account your preferences, we have assigned the papers as listed in this PDF portfolio. Note that the schedule itself is password protected (same as for ZOOM). The papers are not.
- In particular you are asked to put the papers in perspective of concepts presented in the class. A list of concepts is posted with the paper collection for your inspiration. You can contact any of the course assistants for input.
- Focus on clearly explaining the essential message – if this means you have to skip some of the figures in the paper, that is fine. Better that the essence is clear, than that the talk is a complete report of the paper!