ITQW07 The Ninth International Conference on Intersubband Transitions in Quantum Wells
Sunday 9th-Friday 14th September 2007
Ambleside, Cumbria, U.K.

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Conference was a success.
Presentations can now be downloaded from here
A Selection of Posters are also available here

About the conference

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ITQW07 will be the key event in 2007 in the area of intersubband transitions in quantum wells and intersublevel transitions in quantum dots. It is aimed at bringing together researchers from academia, government and industrial laboratories for scientific interaction, the showcasing of new results in the fields and debate on future trends. The conference series has a history dating back to 1991 with the first meeting in Cargese, France, followed by meetings in Whistler, Canada (1993), Ginosar, Israel (1995), Tainan, Taiwan (1997), Bad Ischl, Austria (1999), Monterey, USA (2001), Evolene, Switzerland (2003) and Cape Cod, USA (2005).

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ITQW is a workshop style meeting with a mixture of oral presentations and vibrant poster sessions. A tradition of ITQW is to have plenty of opportunity to mix and network outside of the lecture theatre with planned free time and social events.

We are grateful for sponsorship from the Engineering and Physical Research Council in the U.K. which enables us to offer partial financial support to PhD students (not already funded by EPSRC) and young researchers from the U.K. as well as researchers from eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union and developing countries. Please make your case in a separate statement submitted with your abstract.

ITQW is kindly sponsored by the following
epsrc logo IOP logo IOP quantum Electronics group logo helia-photonics logo University of Leeds
U.S. Army International Technology Center-Atlantic, Research Division

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