The program of the school will include:

  • tutorials with extensive lectures about fundamental issues
  • specialized talks about a particular subject of present research interest
  • poster presentations from participants
  • Q&A session on future prospects for SAW devices
  • job market situation (participants from academic and industrial sectors).
Summerschool Program
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Tentative schedule

  • 15 Tutorials (Tu): 90-minute tutorial lectures by experts
  • Symposium with four short talks (STs) on SAW exploitation/applications
  • 12 Short talks (ST): 50-minute lectures about a specialist subject
  • Poster talk: short presentation of the posters
  • Poster sessions
  • Total of 27 talks and events


Program overview



C. Caliendo (CNR, Italy)

A. Cleland (University of Chicago, USA)

P. Delsing (Chalmers University, Sweden)

W. Dietsche (Max-Planck-Institut, Germany)

A. Fainstein (CA, Bariloche, Argentina)

G. Fischerauer (University of Bayreuth, Germany)

C. Ford (University of Cambridge, UK)

G. Johannson (Chalmers University, Sweden)

A. Kent (University of Nottingham, UK)

H. Krenner (University of Augsburg, Germany)

P. Leek (Oxford University, UK)

F. Marquardt (Erlangen University, Germany)

T. Metzger (EPCOS, Germany)

T. Meunier (Institut Néel, France)

J. P. Poizat (Institut Néel, France)

W. Ruile (EPCOS, Germany)

A. Shields (Toshiba Europe, UK)

T. Sogawa (NTT-BRL, Japan)

C. Sotomayor-Torres (ICREA, Barcelona, Spain)

S. Tarucha (University of Tokyo, Japan)

M. Weiler (Walter-Schottky-Institut, Germany)

C. Westerhausen (University of Augsburg, Germany)

A. Wixforth (University of Augsburg, Germany)