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Right-click to download an interview with one of the organisers and delegates at Science Camp – an intimately styled conference specifically targeted at early career scientists (9.4 MB MP3)

Featured researchers:

Jacopo Bertolotti (organiser) University of Exeter, UK
Aude Martin, Laboratory for Photonics and Nanostructures, CNRS, France
Femi Ojambati, Univeristy of Twente, the Netherlands
•Jamie Fitzgerald, Imperial College London, UK
Nicolo Caselli, Lenz Institute in Italy

Clarifying complexity and randomness in photonics

"Complexity can help because you have many degrees of freedom – different resonance modes with a large number of frequencies you can play with." – Rémi Carminati, Institut Langevin

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Right-click to download an interview with Remi Carminati talking in more detail about complexity and randomness in photonics, as well as how science camp differs from other conferences. (5.2 MB MP3)

Making a biocompatible random laser

“We use the enemy of all fabrication processes, disorder, to trap light in a biocompatible matrix” – Soraya Caixeiro, King’s College London

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Right-click to download an interview with Soraya Caixeiro talking about random lasing in biocompatible silk structures. (5.4 MB MP3)

Enhancing nonlinear interactions

“With the right source as well as the right structure, you can get even higher second harmonic efficiencies aimed at biosensing and signal processing” – Michele Celebrano, Politechnico Milano

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Right-click to download an interview with Michele Celebrano from the Politechnico Milano talking about nonlinear photonics. (5.5 MB MP3)

For more on the latest developments in nanophotonics, visit the Nanotechnology focus collection.