S3IC 2020


Wassie Mersha Takele, NaMeS PhD student, attended the Single-Molecule Sensors and nanoSystems International Conference 2020 (S3IC 2020), which was held online from November 09-11, 2020. The conference has covered broad topics in single-molecule spectroscopy, organic photophysics, and sensors. S3IC 2020 gathered high-profile experts from all over the world to deliver oral talks and poster presentations. Wassie has presented a contributed talk at this conference, and the title of his talk was ‘‘Controlling the Optical Properties of Molecules by the Vacuum Electromagnetic Fields of a Microcavity’’. This conference gave him an excellent opportunity to discuss his results with many world-class scientists working in the field of single-molecule science and sensors. Through this interaction, Wassie got many constructive comments, which would be helpful for his future research.

Generally, at this conference, Wassie got a lot of scientific information, research materials, and networking opportunities with scientists working on different topics of light-matter interaction and coupling.


9-11 November, 2020




Wassie Mersha Takele

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 711859.