Heat transfer and heat conduction on the nanoscale


Program and timetable as PDF-file:


The talks of the invited speakers are:

Invited speaker

Title of the talk

Carsten Henkel,

Potsdam University, Germany

Basics of non-equilibrium electrodynamics on the nano-scale

Stefan Scheel,

Rostock University, Germany

Introduction to macroscopic QED and its applications

Svend-Age Biehs,

Institut of Physics, Oldenburg, Germany

Laws of thermal radiation for hyperbolic materials

Yannick de Wilde,

Institut Langevin, ESPCI, France

Near-field probing of the thermal radiation

Alejandro W. Rodriguez,

Princeton University, USA

Molding the flow of heat: Limits and modifications to heat transfer at the nanoscale

Sheng Shen,

Mellon University, USA

Nanostructured materials for thermal radiation control in near- and far-fields

Brahim Guizal,

University of Montpellier, France

Heat transfer and Casimir-Lifshitz interactions between diffraction gratings: numerical methods

Pramod Reddy,

University of Michigan, USA

Radiative heat transfer in nanoscale gaps

Michal Lipson,

Cornell University, USA

Enhancing near field thermal radiation using MEMS

Philippe Ben-Abdallah,

Laboratoire Charles Fabry, CNRS, France

Thermotronics: Toward the development of circuits to manage radiative heat flux

Karl Joulain,

Institut P', France

Thermal transistor in the dynamical regime and the quantum regime

Mika Prunnila,

VTT Technical Research Centre, Finland

Heat transport engineering in membranes and junctions for detectors and refrigerators

Sebastian Volz,

CNRS, EM2C Paris, France

Polariton heat conduction in ultra-small gaps and junctions

Achim Kittel,

Institut of Physics, Oldenburg, Germany

Giant heat transfer at the nanometer scale

Shanhui Fan,

Stanford University, USA

Near-field thermal energy transfer in the presence of a non-zero chemical potential for photons

Clivia Sotomayor Torres,

ICN2 Barcelona, Spain

Phonons in free-standing silicon membranes and in phononic crystals

Pierre-Olivier Chapuis,

CNRS, INSA Lyon, France

Heat conduction in 2D phononic structures

Miguel Rubi,

Facultat de Fisica, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Near-field thermal radiation energy conversion

Alexander Volokitin,

Samara State Technical University, Russia

Giant enhancement of quantum friction above threshold velocity

The contributed talks are:

Contributed Talks

Title of the talk

Susumu Komiyama,

University of Tokio, Japan

Imaging non-equilibrium phenomena with electromagnetic evanescent waves

Zhenghua An,

Fudan University Shanghai, China

Nanothermometrical study of electron transport by passive scanning nearfield infrared imaging

Raul Esquivel-Sirvent,

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico

Magnetic tuning of near field radiative heat transfer in quantum wells

Moladad Nikbakht,

University of Zanjan, Iran

Radiative heat transfer in fractal structures

Tomas Kralik,

Institute of Scientific Instruments of the ASCR, Czech Republic

Low temperature experiment on near field heat transfer between dielectrics, metals and superconductors

Ilari Maasilta,

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Near-field heat transfer at low temperatures: Recent advances

Bong Jae Lee,

KAIST, South Korea

Probing near-field thermal radiation between two parallel plates using MEMS-based platform

Levan Chotorlishvili,

Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

Electromagnetically controlled multiferroic thermal diode

Karthik Sasihithlu,

Imperial College, UK

Phonon induced heat transfer across a vacuum gap

Jose Ordonez-Miranda,

CNRS, Université de Poitiers, France

Thermal energy transport in a surface phonon-polariton crystal

Konstantinos Termentzidis,

CNRS, LEMTA Laboratory, France

Effect of amorphisation on the thermal properties of nanostructures

Fabian Menges,

IBM-Research Zurich, Switzerland

Thermometry and thermal transport measurements by scanning thermal microscopy

Igor Nefedov,

Aalto University, Finland

Lateral drag forces, caused by electromagnetic fluctuations in a slab of anisotropic absorbing material

The poster contributions are:

Contributor of the poster

Title of the poster

Georges Hamaoui, Nicolas Horny, Mihai Chirtoc, Austin Fleming, Heng Ban,

GRESPI, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France
MAE, Utah State University, USA

Measurement of thermal boundary resistance by photothermal radiometry

Adrián E. Rubio López, Fernando C. Lombardo,

Departamento de Física, FCEyN
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Physical Aspects of the Non-Equilibrium Casimir Effect

M. Garín, A. Julian, R. Fenollosa, F. Meseguer and R. Alcubilla,

Departament d'Enginyeria Electrònica
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Thermal Emission From Silicon Microspheres

WE-Heraeus This seminar is generously funded by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Stiftung
Physikzentrum Bad Honnef
Last modified: Jul 22 2015