The 4th International Conference on the Physics of Optical Materials and Devices
31st August to 4th September 2015, Budva, Montenegro

Topics & Conference program

Conference Topics

  • Luminescent materials: new luminescent materials, new synthesis techniques, new phenomena
  • Hybrid optical materials (organic/inorganic)
  • Low-dimensional systems, quantum dots, single molecule and single-particle spectroscopy
  • Characterization techniques of optical materials
  • Luminescence mechanisms and energy transfers
  • Theory and modeling of optical processes
  • Ultrafast-laser processing of materials
  • Optical sensors
  • Medical imaging and bioimaging
  • Advanced optical materials in photovoltaics and biophotonics
  • Devices: lasers and amplifiers, LED and OLED, plasmonic light sources, photovoltaics
  • Photothermal and photoacoustic spectroscopy and phenomena

Conference program

We would like to inform you that the final program for the conference is available on the following link

Pleanary Lectures


1. Otto Wolfbeis,
University of Regensburg, Germany
Title: Nanomaterial-based Fluorescent Biosensing and Imaging

2. Raymond Wai-Yeung Wong,
Hong Kong Baptist University, China
Title: Molecular materials for NLO, OLEDs and organic solar cells

3. Kishan Dholakia,
University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK, 
Title: Advanced optical manipulation exploiting materials science

Confirmed Invited Speakers

1. Alok Srivastava, 
GE Global Research, USA, 
Title: Luminescence of Bi3+ in solids

2. Georges Boulon,
Claude Bernard/Lyon1 University, France
Title: Assignment of Nd3+/Yb3+ energy levels in the C2 and C3i centers of Lu2O3 sesquioxide ceramics/crystal

3. Andries Meijerink
Utrecth University, The Netherlands
Title: Energy transfer in rare-earth doped systems

4. Luís António Dias Carlos,
University of Aveiro, Portugal,
Title: Joining heating and thermometry in single nanoplataforms

5. Claudia Wickleder
Universityof Siegen, Germany
Title: Novel Energy-Saving (Nano) Phosphors

6. Thomas Thundat,
University of Alberta, Canada,
Title: Nanomechanics of photothermal and photoacoustic spectroscopy 

7. Setsuhisa Tanabe,
Kyoto University, Japan,
Title: Novel red persistent phosphors developed by band gap engineering

8. Luis Seijo,
Universidad Autonoma Madrid, Spain,
Title: Intervalence charge transfer luminescence: Ab initio calculations and configuration coordinate diagram

9. John Capobianco
Concordia University Montreal, Canada
Title: Near infra-red Light Mediated Drug Release and Photodynamic Therapy 

10. Jean-Luc Adam,
Institut de Sciences Chimiques, Rennes, France,
Title: Optical chalcogenide glasses, fibers, and devices

11. Kazushige Ueda,
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan,
Title: Luminescence of Ln3+-doped perovskite-type oxide thin films

12. Enrico Cavalli,
University of Parma, Italy,
Title: Optical spectroscopy of fluoride and oxide host lattices activated with Dy3+

13. Marina Popova,
Institute of spectroscopy RAS, Moscow, Rusia
Title: Fascinating optical properties of the copper metaborate

14. Richard Moncorge,
CIMAP, Caen, France
Title: Rare-earth-doped fluoride laser crystals: recently explored exotic properties 

15. Mikhail Brik,
University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
Title: Spectroscopy of transition metal ions in solids - theoretical modeling

16. Andrei Naumov
Institute of Spectroscopy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Title: Fluorescence spectromicroscopy of myriad single dye molecules in solid matrices: tool for hyperspectral material nanodiagnostics

17. Malgorzata Guzik
University of Wroclaw, Poland
Title: Nd3+, Eu3+ and Yb3+ ions as structural probes in the scheelite-type cadmium molybdate with vacancies 

18. Philippe Smet
Ghent University, Belgium
Title: Cathodoluminescence in electron microscopy: from phosphor evaluation single particle analysis

19. Dariusz Hreniak
Polish Academy of Sciences in Wrocław, Poland
Title: Spectroscopic properties of Sr2CeO4 nanocrystals co-doped with rare-earth ions

20. Sandra Helena Pulcinelli
São Paulo State University, Brazil
Title: Nucleation, aggregation and growth of quantum dots prepared by sol-gel chemistry

Organized by:
Institute of Nuclear SCiences 'Vinča' Chimie ParisTech (École nationale supérieure de chimie de Paris) Institut de Chimie de Clermont-Ferrand
Institute of Nuclear Sciences "Vinča" Chimie ParisTech
(École nationale supérieure de chimie de Paris)
Institut de Chimie de Clermont-Ferrand
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