Tutorial "Emerging Nanoscientific Developments"

A special  tutorial "Emerging Nanoscientific Developments" will be presented by  key lecturers, and corresponding certificate will be given to MS and PhD students attended.

Axel HOFFMANN
Institut für Festkörperphusik, TU Berlin, Germany
Towards Single Photon Sources at Room Temperatures for Quantum Cryptography Application

Sergey GAPONENKO
Laboratory of Nano-optics, Stepanov Institute of Physics, Russia
Enhanced light-matter interaction in plasmonic nanostuctures


Akhlesh LAKHTAKIA
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA
Surface Multiplasmonics

Philippe LAMBIN
University of Namur, Belgium
Elasticity at the nanoscopic scale

Olga SHENDEROVA
International Technological Center, USA
Nanodiamond and Carbon Onion Composites: Optical and Electronic Applications

Gregory SLEPYAN
Institute for Nuclear Problems, Belarus State University, Belarus
Concept of photonic density of states in nanoelectromagnetics: theory and applications

Christian THOMSEN
Institut für Festkörperphusik, TU Berlin, Germany
Plasmonic effects in semiconductor  nanostructures

Valery TUCHIN
University Of Oulu, Finland
Local subcellular thermal effects at interaction of laser beams with plasmonic nanoparticles

Gintaras VALUSIS
Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Lithuania
Solid state based room temperature terahertz imaging systems

INVITED  SPEAKERS:

Mikhail ARTEMIEV
Institute of Physical Chemical Problems, Belarusian State University, Belarus

Peter BELOBROV
Siberian Federal University & Institute of Biophisycs SB RAS, Russia

Nikolai GAPONIK

Physikalische Chemie Technische Universitat Dresden, Germany

George HANSON
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

Pawan Kumar KHANNA
Applied Chemistry and Nanoscience, India

Antonio MAFFUCCI
Università degli Studi di Cassino, Italy

Mikhail PORTNOI
School of Physics University of Exeter, United Kingdom

Ivan SHELYKH
Science Institute, University of Iceland, Iceland

Sergei MINGALEEV
VPI Development Center, Belarus High Tech Park, Belarus