Unifying physics and technology in light of Maxwell’s equations

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Anatoly Zayats, John Ellis and Roy Pike are the organisers of a discussion meeting on Unifying physics and technology in light of Maxwell’s equations, to be held in the Royal Society, London, UK, from 16-17 November 2015.

The unification of electric and magnetic fields about 150 years ago in what is now known as electromagnetic theory expressed in Maxwell’s Equations has enabled virtually all modern electrical, electronic, radio and photonic technologies. What new scientific breakthroughs and applications will unification with the other fields provide?

This meeting brings together high-energy, optical, quantum and solid-state physicists to discuss recent developments enabled by Maxwell’s Equations and will try to predict future innovations.

A draft programme is available to download and a recorded audio of the presentations will be available on this event’s webpage after the event.

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