Keynote Lectures

 

Anatolii Belous


Vernadsky Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Ukraine


Ferromagnetic Nanomaterials: Synthesis and Properties

Ulrich Bismayer


Mineralogical Petrographic Institute, Hamburg University, Germany


Hard tissue implant material

Pablo Esquinazi


Felix-Bloch Institute for Solid State Physics, Universität Leipzig, Germany


Defect induced magnetism in ZnO: a first device application

Marek Godlewski


Department of Technology of Oxide Nanostructures, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Science, Poland


New generation of fluorescent markers for application in Medicine

Roman Golovchak


Department of Physics and Astronomy, Austin Peay State University, USA


Glasses for bioscaffold applications

Yuri Grin


Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, , Germany


Spark-Plasma-Sintering for preparation of oxidic and ceramic materials

Sergey Istomin


Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University, Russia


Tuning the high-temperature properties of perovskite-related oxides for electrochemical applications

Agata Kamińska


Department of High-Pressure Spectroscopy, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Science, Poland


Study of luminescence properties of Yb3+-doped oxides using high hydrostatic pressure

Aivaras Kareiva


Vilnius University, Lithuania


Sol-gel synthesis of layered double hydroxides Mg3/Al1

Miroslav Kučera


Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Czech Republic


Thin-film oxide scintillators

Matteo Leoni


University of Trento; International Centre for DIffraction Data (ICDD), USA (Chair)


Life after Scherrer formula: modern methods of nanostructure analysis using diffraction

Vasily Lutsyk


Chemical Department, Buryat State University, Russia


Assembled Phase Diagram as a Novel Tool of Materials Science

Wojciech Paszkowicz


Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland


Diversity of nanocrystal shape and morphology: а brief review

Anatoli Popov


Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia, Latvia


Basic properties of point defects in wide-band gap metal halides and oxides and perovskites

Tatiana Prikhna


V. Bakul Institute for Superhard Materials of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine


Effect of oxygen distribution in the structure of magnesium diboride-based materials on their superconducting characteristics

Sergey Sholom


Oklahoma Center for Radiation Physics, Oklahoma State University, USA


Emergency OSL/TL dosimetry with components of mobile phones and other personal items

Valdas Sirutkaitis


Laser Research Center, Vilnius University, Lithuania


Last trends in micromachining of transparent materials with femtosecond laser pulses

Anatoliy Senyshyn


Research Neutron Source Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II), Technical University of Munich, Germany


Lithium diffusion pathways in modern solid state electrolytes

Alexander Serga


State Research Centrum OPTIMAS, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany


Bose-Einstein magnon condensation and bottleneck accumulation of magneto-elastic bosons in yttrium-iron-garnet films

Mykhailo Shatruk


Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Florida State University, USA


Core-shell nanoparticles with strong magnetic anisotropy as potential building blocks for permanent magnets

Gunnar Suchaneck


Institute for Solid State Electronics, TU Dresden, Germany


A new application of relaxor ferroelectrics: Electrocaloric cooling

Mikhail Trubitsyn


Department of Solid State Physics and Optoelectronics, Oles Honchar Dnipro National University, Ukraine


Ionic conductance in multiphase lithium-germanium oxides

Mário Valerio


Physics Department, Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil


How computer modelling can aid materials processing and defect driven effects