De Gruyter | Published online: March 1, 2013

In its inaugural year, Nanophotonics has offered an authoritative and critical new voice for scholarship on the interaction of light and matter at the nanoscale, publishing highly cited articles and making them publicly available online.

In its second year, Nanophotonics continues its emphasis with review articles assembling the cross-disciplinary perspectives of world leaders, while expanding its research article focus on the state of the art. We are proud to announce that this year, Nanophotonics increases its publication rate and becomes a bimonthly scientific journal.

Under the leadership of Prof. Federico Capasso (Head of the Editorial Board) and the support of the Editorial Board, the journal is also introducing a new Associate Editorial Board. This Board is comprised of leading authorities and pioneers who will complement the existing Editorial Board. We warmly welcome our new Associate Editors and are pleased to garner their support and expertise.

Associate editorial board

Rashid Zia, Brown University, USA

Takuo Tanaka, RIKEN, Japan

Volker Sorger, George Washington University, USA

Romain Quidant, ICFO, Spain

Lev T. Perelman, Harvard Medical School, USA

Aydogan Ozcan, UCLA, USA

Evgenii Narimanov, Purdue University, USA

Michal Lipson, Cornell University, USA

Uriel Levy, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Frank Koppens, ICFO, Spain

Pierre Berini, University of Ottawa, Canada

Andrea Alu, University of Texas at Austin, USA

We welcome you to collaborate in our innovative and more ambitious second year with research article submissions following the latest in ongoing discoveries of fundamental nanomaterial properties and device applications for photonics. The year 2013 promises a bigger and bolder year for Nanophotonics, and we invite you to come aboard as an important contributor to our expanding vision.

Federico Capasso

Dennis Couwenberg

Published Online: 2013-03-01
Published in Print: 2013-02-01

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