Professor Dr. Christoph Lienau

Professor Dr. Christoph Lienau
Professor of Experimental Physics Institute of Physics, University of Oldenburg, Germany

Christoph Lienau, studied physics and received a PhD in physical chemistry from the University of Göttingen, Germany. After two years as a Research Fellow in the group of Ahmed H. Zewail at Caltech, USA, he moved to Berlin, Germany, to become a member of the scientific staff of the newly founded Max-Born-Institut. Here, he initiated a research activity in "ultrafast nanooptics". In 2006, he became a full professor in physics at the University of Oldenburg, Germany. From 2009-2013, he served as the director of the Institute of Physics and from 2017-2019 as Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences in Oldenburg. He acted as chair of the Semiconductor Physics division of the German Physical Society and is a Fellow of the Optical Society of America. He has published more than 200 papers in refereed journals and holds several patents. His research interest is to probe the motion of charges, spins and nuclei in solid state and biological nanostructures on ultrasmall length and ultrashort time scales. For this, his my group develops, implements and applies spectroscoscopic techniques providing nanometer spatial and atto- to femtosecond temporal resolution.
Lecture: Coherent ultrafast charge and energy transfer processes in nanostructures

Prof. Mingmei Wu

Prof. Mingmei Wu
Professor in School of Chemistry, Sun Yat-Sen University, P. R. China

Prof. Mingmei Wu obtained Ph.D. degree in 1993 from Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He spent two years in the Department of Chemistry of Jilin University as a postdoctor associate from 1993 to 1995. In April 1995, he became an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry, Sun Yat-sen University. He was promoted to a full-time professor in 2000 and qualified as a doctoral supervisor in 2003. From October 1997 to April 2005, he was a visiting scholar at the Department of Chemistry of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (3-4 months per year). From March 2003 to March 2004, he was a visiting professor in the United States. His research interest is focusing on Inorganic Materials Chemistry, including Hydrothermal Synthesis, Nanostructured Materials, and Advanced Phosphors for their applications in LED devices. He has published more than 200 peer-review articles with H-index over 40. In the last two years, he was regarded as one of the most highly cited authors in the Materials portfolio of RSC journals.
Lecture: Controlled growth and applications of titania nanoparticles and nanoarrays

Dr. HdR Julien Cardin

Dr. HdR Julien Cardin
Team leader from NIMPH at Research Center on Ions, Materials and Photonics (CIMAP), Laboratory, France

Dr. Julien CARDIN (CIMAP) studied physics and received a PhD in Solid state physics (highest honors) from University of Nantes, France (2004).and Habilitation from University of Caen Normandy, France (2015).
First work was on the development and characterization of perovskite PZT thin films ferroelectric for optical applications with an original development of prism spectroscopy technique (M-lines) through the determination of optical losses and the analysis of two and three-layer system. In 2005, he joined the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm (Sweden) in the laboratory of Photonics and Microwave (MAP IMF) as research associate for two years contract. He contributed to the development of hybrid applications based on photonic crystals silicon/silica and electro-optic polymer materials. He achieved numerical modeling of hybrid silicon/silica/polymer waveguide tunable directional coupler and the development of deposition and characterization of organic electro-optic materials. In 2007, he joined the NIMPH (Nanomaterials, Ions and Metamaterials for Photonics) team from CIMAP (Center for Research on Ions, Materials and Photonics) laboratory at the University of Caen Normandy. He developed the optical materials characterizations (m-lines, PL, Abs…) of rare earth (erbium, neodymium, ytterbium…) doped materials such as silicon rich silicon oxide, Ga2O3, HfO2 or the ZnO. He also developed characterization of dielectric composite media/metal with plasmonic properties. More recently, he develops methods of optical modeling of light-matter interactions in different configurations reflecting the applications developed at CIMAP laboratory. These modeling methods (ADE-FDTD, transfer matrix, discrete dipole approximation ...) are applied to the study of devices such as rare earth and silicon Nano grains based optical waveguide amplifier, study of plasmonic properties of deformed metal metallic nanoparticles by irradiation and more recently thin Films for frequency conversion for photovoltaics application.
Julien Cardin is the co-author of more than 97 papers (articles, proc. ), he presented 17 national and international oral conference, has one patent, and participated in over 10 national and international research projects.
Lecture: First rare earth ions doped Si based down converter layers integration in an industrial Si solar cell

Prof. Dr. Anatoli Popov

Prof. Dr. Anatoli Popov
Leading research scientist, Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia

Research interests of Prof. Dr. Anatoli Popov are Radiation damage of insulators, Point defects, Optical properties of insulators, Luminescence; VUV, IR and FTIR spectroscopy; Synchrotron radiation spectroscopy (VUV, XD, XAS, EXAFS, FTIR); Neutron imaging and spectroscopy, Scintillators, Storage phosphors, Dosimetry and radiation imaging, Superionics, Nanomaterials.
Author of the more than 145 journal papers (Web of Science, more than 1800 citations; H-index = 25), More than 350 conference presentations
Lecture: Point defect aggregation and metallic nanocolloid formation in ionic solids

Prof. Andrzej Suchocki

Prof. Andrzej Suchocki
Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, Poland and at the Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Research interests of Prof. Andrzej Suchocki covers Experimental Solid State Physics: optical linear and nonlinear properties of transition metal and rare earth ions in crystals and glasses, Optical and transport properties of semiconductors, Properties of solid state laser materials, Spectral and spatial energy transfer of the excitation energy in solid state, Exciton dynamics in crystals, Optical properties of low-dimensional semiconductor structures and thin films, Photorefractive materials, High pressure spectroscopy of solids, Photo-induced water splitting.
Lecture: “Near-Infrared Limit of Mn2+ Emission in Solids”

Prof. Alexander Nosich

Prof. Alexander Nosich
Principal Scientist and Head, Laboratory of Micro and Nano Optics, Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics NAS of Ukraine

Research professional with over 35 years of work in analytical treatment and computer simulation of electromagnetic wave propagation, scattering, and emission. IEEE Fellow (2004). OSA Senior Member (2012). DHC from Universite de Rennes 1 (2015). Winner of ICO Galileo Galilei Medal and National Prize of Ukraine (both 2017) and Solomon Pekar Award of NASU for the Solid State Physics Theory (2018). Elected member of the Academic Board of National Research Foundation of Ukraine (2019-2022). H-index = 34 by Scopus. Has experience of long-stay research work in Turkey, Japan, Italy, France, and the UK and teaching in English at undergraduate, graduate and mostly postgraduate levels. Organizer of and speaker at international conferences. Ukraine's delegate at the major European professional associations related to electromagnetics. Long-term IEEE volunteer. Research interests include computational electromagnetics and photonics, methods of integral equations, scattering of waves in open configurations, electromagnetic modeling of micro and nano lasers on threshold, and the history of microwaves.
Lecture: Lasing on the nanoscale: electromagnetic engineering of microcavity lasers and plasmonic nanolasers on threshold

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Yilmaz

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Yilmaz
Selcuk University, Department of Chemistry,Turkey.

Prof. Dr. Mustafa Yilmaz had participated in the 7 international projects and published more than 220 peer-review articles in international journals and this publications have been cited more than 5400 times so far (H-index = 49). He has been invited as plenary talk and keynote lecture speaker several times in national and international conferences. In 2019, He was given The Scientist Honor Award of the year by Selcuk University.
Research Interests: Synthesis of nanobasket, calixarene-based compounds, calixarene immobilized iron oxide nanoparticles and use in different fields. Iron oxide nanoparticles as an organocatalyst. Iron oxide nanoparticles in the biological application. Gold nanoparticles in the anti-tumur application.
Lecture: Nanobasket, Calixarenes: in Biocatalysis Studies

Prof. Christophe Labbé

Prof. Christophe Labbé
CIMAP Lab (Research Center on Ions, Materials and Photonics) at Caen in the engineering school ENSICAEN and University of Caen Normandy (UNICAEN), France

Dr. Christophe Labbé was a group member of material characterizations in the Laboratory of Optical Functions for Telecommunications (FOTON Lab) at Insa of Rennes and was specialized in the study of optical and electronic properties of the semiconductors III-V’s nano-structures. He based his research on saturable absorbers and became an expert in the self-assembled quantum dot structures in the III-V materials for 1.55 µm wavelength laser applications. He was included in the European network of excellence SANDIE (Self-Assembled semiconductor Nanostructures for new Devices In photonics and Electronics).
Since 2008, he has joined the CIMAP laboratory to work in NIMPH (Nanomaterials, Ions and Metamaterials for Photonics) team. This is a spectroscopic characterization group for semiconductor based on silicon doped rare earth. His research areas are based on optical spectroscopy in linear and non-linear nano-structures on semiconductors, the electroluminescence effect and the energy transfert nano-structures/rare earth in semiconductor for light emission. His on-going research focuses on photon sources for telecommunications or visible light applications and on photovoltaic cells. He is currently involved in different research projects for the National Agency of Research (ANR) and for the CNRS (National Scientific Research Centre).
Lecture: Rare earth doped semiconducting nanofilms for Si-based light-emitting devices


PhD student Marta Goliszek

Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (Poland)

«Modification and application of lignin in the synthesis of polymer materials»


Dr. Kira Kalinichenko

Institute of BioColloidal Chemistry named after F. D. Ovcharenko NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Nanocomposites on the base of biosolid for plant development»


Dr. Maksym Barabashko

B. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Calorimetric studies of MWCNTs at low temperatures»


Dr. Georgii Vasyliev

National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute» (Ukraine)

«Green synthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticles using Grape pomace aqueous extract»


PhD student Volodymyr Tereshchuk

National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute» (Ukraine)

«Dynamics of anisotropic break-up in nanowires of FCC lattice structure»


PhD student Mariia Stupchuk

Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Effect of intravenous treatment of silver nanoparticles on oocytes and cells of their follicular environment under conditions of experimental glomerulonephritis»


Prof. Dr. Sergey Volkov

Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Blocking DNA activity on the nano-scale in ion beam therapy of cancer cells»


Dr. Nadtoka Oksana

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)

«Hydrogel-Silver Nanoparticle Composites and Their Antibacterial Efficacy»


Prof. Dr. Oleksandr Bediukh

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)

«Anomalously large absorption of electromagnetic radiation by nanometer gold film in the band 26÷37.5 GHz»


Prof. Dr. Anatoly Veklich

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)

«Regulation of biological processes with complexions of metals produced by underwater spark discharge»


Prof. Dr. Serhii G. Nedilko

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)

«Oxide nanostructured glass – ceramics luminescent composites for WLEDs»


Prof. Dr. Sergiy Kurta

Precarpathian National Vasyl Stefanyk University (Ukraine)

«Nanostructural properties of extracts of the flavors and aromas substances natural coffee»


Prof. Dr. Eugene Ya. Glushko

Institute of Semiconductor Physics NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Resonant Metallic Quenching of Electromagnetic Field in Photonic Crystals: Physics and Applications»


Prof. Dr. Erol Pehlivan

Konya Technical University (Turkey)

«Cr (VI)-contaminated water cleanup using biochar supported nanoscale zerovalent iron particles»


PhD student Nikita Liedienov

International Center of Future Science of Jilin University (China)

«Magnetotransport and dielectric properties of nonstoichiometric compositions of bismuth-containing rare-earth manganites with perovskite structure»


Dr. Viktor Ivashko

Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University (Ukraine)

«Monte Carlo modeling of spin crossover nanomaterial within Ising-like model»


PhD student Oleh Ohiienko

Oles Honchar Dnipro National University (Ukraine)

«Luminescent properties of Europium (III) acetate monohydrate in the pores of synthetic opal»


PhD student Oleksandr Artykulnyi

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)
Institute for Nuclear Research (Russia)

«Structure analysis of anionic surfactant – poly (ethylene glycol) micellar aggregates by neutron scattering»


Research fellow Andrii Semenov

Odesa National I.I. Mechnikov University (Ukraine)

«Hard-core–penetrable-shell model for effective electric parameters of random particulate systems»


PhD student Khrystyna Levchenko

Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland)

«Complementary techniques for characterization of various (Ga,Mn)(Bi,As) DMS thin layers»


PhD student Malgorzata Nadolska

Gdańsk University of Technology (Poland)

«Synthesis and physicochemical properties of nanodiamonds with phosphonic groups»


PhD Student N. Burak Kiremitler

Erciyes University (Turkey)

«Directed Assembly of Colloid Nanocrystals by Unique Uses of Electrospun Nanofibers and Their Electronic, Optoelectronic, Plasmonic Applications»


PhD student Ekaterina Vagapova

Institute of Physics, University of Tartu (Estonia)

«Laser spectroscopy of bi-phasic calcium phosphate powders doped by the Nd3+ ions»


Prof. Dr. Vyacheslav Gorshkov

National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute» (Ukraine)

«Dynamics of anisotropic break-up in nanowires of FCC lattice structure»


Dr. Andrii Panko

F.D.Ovcharenko Institute of biocolloid chemistry NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Catastrophic phenomena on marine slopes and artificial dams in presence of nanostructured iron aluminosilicates»


Dr. Elena Zhitlukhina

Dоnetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering named after O.O.Galkin of the NAS of Ukraine and Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University (Ukraine)

«Perfect absorbing in quantum nanoscale networks»


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mykhailo Derhachov

Oles Honchar Dnipro National University (Ukraine)

«Impedance spectroscopy of opal–KH2PO4 nanocomposite»


Dr. Andriy Chmyrov

Institute for Biological and Medical Imaging, Helmholtz Zentrum München (Germany)

«Fluorescence super-resolution microscopy for mechanobiological studies of ultrasound-mediated cell junction interruption»


Dr. Tetiana Afanasieva

Institute of Physics NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Graphene-like BeO nanoribbons on the Mo(112) surface»


Dr. Olga Ilinskaya

Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Coulomb effects in a thermally driven magnetic shuttle»


Dr. Yuriy Azhniuk

Institute of Electron Physics NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Raman study of laser-induced formation of II–VI nanocrystals in Cd-doped As–S(Se) films»


Assist. Prof. Dr. Volodymyr Sohatsky

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)

«Ferromagnetic-piezoelectric composites for spin electronics»


PhD student Anastas Romansky

G. V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics of the NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Theoretical study of the structural changes in hydroxyapatite with the carbonate ions inclusions of A and B types»


Assoc. Prof., Dr. Ruslan Mariychuk

University of Presov (Slovakia)

«Green synthesis and properties of gold nanoprisms prepared using extract of Solidago Canadensis»


Ph.D. student Milena Prowizor

University of Lodz (Poland)

«Tribological properties of Ti-DLC coatings modified by perfluoro and alkylphosphonic acids»


Prof. Dr. Mehmet KAHRAMAN

Gaziantep University (Turkey)

«SERS-based Biosensing on Plasmonic Silver Nanodomes»


PhD student Pavlo Torchyniuk

V. I. Vernadsky Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Synthesis and degradation of organic-inorganic compounds»


Dr. Yuliia Bondar

Institute of Environmental geochemistry NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)
Invited professor of Yeungnam University (Rep. Korea)

« Synthesis of nanocomposite adsorbent based on potassium nickel ferrocyanide-loaded clinoptilolite-rich tuff for selective removal of Cs-137 from contaminated waters»


Ph.D Student Burcu TEZCAN

University of Cukurova (Turkey)

«Preparation of SBA-15 Supported Pd Nanoparticles Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Deposition Method»


Prof. Dr. Borys V. Borts

NSC «Kharkov Institute of Physics & Technology» NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Physical and technological fundamentals of the connection of dissimilar metals in the solid phase by hot rolling in vacuum»


PhD student Mateusz Pawlak

University of Warsaw (Poland)

«Helical assemblies of nanoparticles with reconfigurable structures»


PhD student Olha Skurikhina

Institute of Geotechnics SAS (Slovakia)

«Preparation, characterization and physico-chemical properties of complex oxides»


PhD, DSc, Assoc. Prof. Mariusz Pietrzak

Warsaw University of Technology (Poland)

«Advantages and limitations of application of noblemetal-based nanozymes of oxidoreductase activity»


PhD student Karolina Fila

University of Maria Curie-Skłodowska (Poland)

«Polymeric microspheres based on methacrylic thioester derivative of naphthalene and DVB - synthesis and properties»


PhD іtudent Dominika Fila

Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (Poland)

«Recovery of metal ions from spent batteries using the ion exchange method»


PhD іtudent Dariusz Chomicki

Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń (Poland)

«Influence of substituents on photo-physical properties of methacrylic polymers containing quinoline azo-dyes in side chain»


Dr. habil. Sergii Sologub

Institute of Physics NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Increasing of specularity of surface scattering of conduction electrons via adsorption-induced transformation of surface electronic structure»


Prof., Dr. Aleksander Parkhomenko

National Science Center «Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology» NAS of Ukraine, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine)

«Nano-level processes of welding the dissimilar materials in solid phase»


Prof. Dr. Myroslav Sanytsky

Lviv Polytechnic National University (Ukraine)

«Effects of nanocrystalline calcium silicate hydrates and nanosilica on the hardening of Portland composite cements»


Engineer in L.V. Pisarzhevskii Institute of Physical Chemistry of NAS of Ukraine (Ukraine)

«Oxygen reduction and hydrogen evolution on Co-N-C nanocomposite electrocatalysts, derived from poly-2,6-diaminopyridine»


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Andrii Netreba

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine)

«The multi-component relaxation combination of proton magnetization in biological tissues magnetic resonance investigations»