Advanced materials and technologies 2019

21-st International Conference – School 

19 – 23 August, 2019, Palanga, Lithuania

 

About Conference

21-st International Conference – School

ADVANCED MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES

August 19 – 23, 2019, Palanga, Lithuania

The Conference – School is intended for young scientists and PhD students interested in Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics.

This year the Conference – School is devoted to biophotonics, plasmonics, polymeric materials, metal-oxide ferrimagnetics, graphene/carbon based multilayers and metasurfaces, nanomaterials characterization, cationic polymerization, supercapacitors, etc.

The lectures and poster presentations will be organized.

Place

Hotel “Gabija”
Vytauto Str. 40, Palanga, Lithuania

  • Methods of Surface Analysis
  • Surface Engineering and Nanostructures
  • Electronic and Optical Materials
  • Ceramics
  • Polymers and Composites
  • Advanced Engineering Materials
  • Materials for Energy
Before 12th of June After 12th of June
Students 50 EUR 60 EUR
Other participants 75 EUR 90 EUR
Accompanying person 30 EUR 30 EUR

The registration fee includes book of abstracts, participation in all sessions and Conference events (coffee breaks, conference welcome party). Accompanying person fee includes conference welcome party.

The registration fee does not include accommodation costs.

To make money transfer please use bank information presented below:

Bank-correspondent: DRESDNER BANK
SWIFT DRES DE FF
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Beneficiary’s Bank: AB SEB Bankas
SWIFT CBVI LT 2X
Bank address: Gedimino pr.12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania
Beneficiary’s account: LT38 7044 0600 0310 4481
Name and Address of Beneficiary: Kauno technologijos universitetas
K. Donelaicio str. 73, LT-44029 Kaunas, Lithuania
Details of payment: KO 036 (Registration fee, participant’s name)

After the money transfer, please, send a copy of the transaction document to the secretary of the conference by e-mail: amt@ktu.lt

Billing information

If you make money transfer of registration fee from your own account and you need the invoice, please provide the following information:

– Your personal address;
– Your personal code;

The information should be sent to the conference secretary via e-mail: amt@ktu.lt

The book of Abstracts in printed version will be distributed during the Conference. The participants, giving oral or poster presentations, are kindly asked to submit the abstract (up to one A5 page) in electronic form.

The manuscripts should be prepared following the requirements:

  • manuscripts should be typed with single spacing using Microsoft Word processor, font – Arial;
  • paper size A5, margins: top – 18 mm; bottom – 18 mm; left – 17 mm; right – 17 mm;
  • template of the abstracts can be found here.
Font size, pt Font style Alignment
Title 11 Bold Centered
Authors 9 Bold Centered
Institution 9 Italic Centered
Main text 9 Regular Justify
References 8 Regular Justify
Keywords 9 Italic Justify
  • Abstract may include tables or figures, if necessary.
  • References, if necessary, should be numbered in square brackets ([1]) and listed at the end of the abstract.
  • Abstract must be submitted as a MS Word file. Rename the file as follows:
    AMT_Corresponding_author’s_name_surname.docx (example: AMT_john_smith.docx).

The abstracts can be uploaded or (if there are any problems) sent by e-mail: amt@ktu.lt.

Poster Presentations

A poster session is a graphic presentation of an author’s research. Authors illustrate their study findings by displaying graphs, photos, diagrams, and a small amount of text on poster boards. A good format to follow is: Title and author(s); a brief introduction; experimental details, if novel; results and conclusion.

We recommend A1 size poster in portrait. Organizers will provide participants with all the necessary equipment to hang the posters.

Oral Presentations

The lecturers are kindly asked to deliver material of the lecture (electronic version) to the Organising committee during registration. The materials of oral presentations will be distributed to all the participants after the conference.

Full papers after review can be published in journal “Materials Science – Medžiagotyra” (indexed in Clarivate Analytics Web of Science, impact factor 0.45  (2017), 5 – year impact factor 0.563 (Journal Citation Reports Web of Science)). The papers prepared according to the requirements of the journal should be submitted using Open Journal System of “Materials Science-Medžiagotyra” and printed copy of the paper should be handed during the conference to the secretary of the organizing committee. The submission should be done before 12th of August 2019. Information for authors in English.

12 May 2019, Extended until 21 May Deadline for the registration and abstract submission​​. Registration Has Been Extended Until the 21st of May!
12 June 2019 Deadline for the reduced registration fee
29 June 2019 Final announcement (including a Conference programme)
19 August 2019 Beginning of the Conference

On-site registration starts on 19th of August at 12 am.
Lectures will be organized from 20th to 23rd of August.
The poster session is planned for 22nd of August.
Departure is planned on the afternoon of 23rd of August.

Conference will be held at Hotel “Gabija”
Conference venue is Vytauto str. 40, Palanga, Lithuania.

By plane

Palanga airport

Palanga airport is situated only 7 kilometres off the city. The regular flights from Palanga airport are operated to Copenhagen (Denmark), Oslo (Norway) and Riga (Latvia) year-round. Relating to good connecting flights from Palanga with SAS it is easy to reach a lot of other cities in Europe via Copenhagen. For connecting flights please contact the travel agency or check the airline web pages: SAS, AirBaltic.
The city can be reached by bus or by taxi. The buses on route Airport-Palanga-Airport are going approximately every two/three hours every day. The time table is available on Autobusu bilietai (Departure from: “Palanga (oro uostas)”; Arrival to: “Palanga”). Taxi is available in front of Airport Terminal. A trip to Palanga city takes 10 min and costs about 15 EUR.

Vilnius airport

Also one can come via Vilnius Airport. The airport is located on a plateau in the south of Vilnius. It is only 7 km, or 15 minutes drive by car from the centre of the capital. The regular flights are operated to Brussel (Belgium), Stockholm (Sweden), Copenhagen (Denmark), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Moscow (Russia), Kiev (Ukraine), Warsaw (Poland), Frankfurt (Germany), Riga (Latvia), etc. More information can be found on Vilnius airport website.
The city centre can be easily reached using city train or bus. There is a special train between the Railway Station and the Airport. Located close to the passenger terminal, a train stop has staircase and elevator for passengers, lighting as well as a video supervision system for security of passengers. The needs of disabled passengers and passengers with reduced mobility have also been considered. Pedestrian path leading to the Airport is Sheltered and lightened during dark period of a day. The timetable can be found at Lietuvos gelezinkeliai.
Bus stop is situated just outside the airport. Bus No. 1 goes to the train/bus station and the buses No. 2 goes to the city centre. The timetable can be found at Vilnius Routes and Timetables.

Kaunas airport

Kaunas airport is situated 10 kilometres off the city. At Kaunas airport regular flights are operated (by Ryanair and AirBaltic) to London, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Dublin, Knock (Ireland), Frankfurt (Germany), Oslo (Norway), etc. More information can be found on the airport website.
There is a very convenient way to reach Kaunas central bus station by bus No. 29 (Kaunas Routes and Timetables), also special buses to capital Vilnius are arranged to suite the flight timetable (more information on the airport website).

By bus from Kaunas and Vilnius

There are frequent bus connections between most parts of Lithuania. The bus schedule from Kaunas and Vilnius to Palanga can be found on the website: Autobusu bilietai.


Participants of the conference who need a visa to come to Lithuania can find useful information here.

Palanga is an international seacoast resort for active recreation and rehabilitation treatment also offering a wide range of entertainments. It became a famous resort in early XXth century and presently is one of the largest resorts and tourism centres of Lithuania. As a recreation place, it has already operated for a century and a half. People come here to escape from their daily urbanized routines and gain strength from natural resources: the sun, sea water and fresh pine-forests’ air. There also are many things to see in Palanga: from the wonderful white sand beaches and variety of remarkable landscapes to Museum of Amber, Botanical Gardens, Birutė’s hill and Church of Saint Marie. It is also a fine plan to have a great night out with your friends in one of the bars and nightclubs, of which the town now has plenty.
Palanga has its own small airport with the international flights from Latvia, Norway and Denmark. One can also use Vilnius international airport – still the most convenient way to enter Lithuania. More detailed information about Lithuania and Palanga can be found on the websites:
State Department of Tourism
Palanga Town Council
Palanga Tourism Information Center

Information about hotels in Palanga can be found here.

KTU Guest House “Politechnika” (S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno Str. 37, Palanga) offers accomodations for conference participants. Accommodation is on first come, first served basis. Number of available places is limited. Be aware, that all rooms are with a shared bathroom. Rooms may be double, triple or quarter occupancy.
For more detailed information about accommodation or if you want to book a place in the guest house, please contact the guest house directly by e-mail politechnika@ktu.lt (in the Subject line indicate – Conference “Advanced Materials and Technologies”), or by phones +370 460 53558, +370 687 90 026, +370 611 13 581.

 

Programme

Programme of the 21st International Conference-School
“Advanced Materials and Technologies 2019”

Date: 19-23 August, 2019
Venue: Hotel “Gabija” (http://www.gabija.lt/en/)
Vytauto Str. 40, LT-00160
Palanga, Lithuania

August 19, Monday
14:00 – 20:00 Arrival and registration

Programme of the 21st International Conference-School
“Advanced Materials and Technologies 2019”

Date: 19-23 August, 2019
Venue: Hotel “Gabija” (http://www.gabija.lt/en/)
Vytauto Str. 40, LT-00160
Palanga, Lithuania

August 20, Tuesday. Chairman Sigitas Tamulevičius
8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:15 Opening
9:15 – 10:00 Brant Gibson (RMIT University, Australia)
Nanoscale BioPhotonics: Using Nanomaterials and Light to Understand the Inner Workings of the Body
10:00 – 10:45 Albert G. Nasibulin (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia)
Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: from Synthesis to Applications
10:45 – 11:15 Yesong Gu (Tunghai University, Taiwan)
Fabrication of a Biocompatible and Continuous Glucose Biosensor with the Poly(3,4-Ethylenedioxythiophene) Modified Electrode
11:15 – 11:35 Coffee Break
11:35 – 12:20 Luca Gregoratti (Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste SCpA, Italy)
Nanomaterials Characterization at (Near) Ambient Pressure: Current Status and Perspectives of Scanning Photoemission Imaging
12:20 – 13:05 Tadas Paulauskas (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Lithuania)
Development of Bismide-Based Multi-Junction Solar Cells
13:05– 13:50 Simas Račkauskas (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania)
Non-Catalytic Growth of Nanowires: Insights from in-situ TEM Investigation
13:50 – 18:00 Break
18:00 – 21:00 Welcome Party

Programme of the 21st International Conference-School
“Advanced Materials and Technologies 2019”

Date: 19-23 August, 2019
Venue: Hotel “Gabija” (http://www.gabija.lt/en/)
Vytauto Str. 40, LT-00160
Palanga, Lithuania

August 21, Wednesday. Chairman Kęstutis Grigoras
8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:45 Witold Brostow (University of North Texas, USA)
Polymeric Materials and Their Applications
9:45 – 10:30 Sergei V. Kostjuk (Belarusian State University, Belarus)
Cationic Polymerization in Aqueous Media
10:30 – 11:00 Xing Xing (Northwestern Polytechnical University, China)
Device Engineering for High Performance Polymeric Electrochromism
11:00 – 11:20 Coffee Break
11:20 – 12:05 Karine Mougin (Institut de Science des Matériaux de Mulhouse, France)
Surface Color on Demand
12:05 – 12:50 Polina P. Kuzhir (Belarusian State University, Belarus)
Graphene/Carbon Based Multilayers and Metasurfaces for THz and Microwave Application
12:50 – 13:35 Linas Minkevičius (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Lithuania)
Compact Diffractive Optics for Terahertz Imaging Applications
13:35 – 16:00 Meeting of Lithuania-Latvia-Taiwan Project “2D Nanostructures of Noble Metal Nanoparticles for Biosensors Application”
16:00 – 22:00 Social Event (Including Basketball Tournament and Other Competitions)

Programme of the 21st International Conference-School
“Advanced Materials and Technologies 2019”

Date: 19-23 August, 2019
Venue: Hotel “Gabija” (http://www.gabija.lt/en/)
Vytauto Str. 40, LT-00160
Palanga, Lithuania

August 22, Thursday. Chairman Gil Rosenman
8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:45 Andrei V. Malkov (Loughborough University London, United Kingdom)
Solution Processed CZTS Solar Cells: Chemistry of the Dissolution Process and Device Fabrication
9:45 – 10:30 Kęstutis Grigoras (VVT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland)
Porous Silicon Based Supercapacitors
10:30 – 10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 – 11:50 Hubert Halbritter (OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH, Germany)
The Light of the Future is Smart
11:50 – 12:35 Sebastian Rothe (CERN, Switzerland)
Engineering of Materials for Radioisotope Production at CERN-ISOLDE
12:35 – 13:20 Alexander Petrov (The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Belarus)
Sr2FeMoO6-δ Double Perovskite Metal-Oxide Ferrimagnetic as a Prospective Material for Spintronic Applications
13:20 – 15:30 Break
15:30 – 17:30 Poster Session Chairman Tomas Tamulevičius

15:30 – 16:20 Poster Session I (P1 – P61)
16:35 – 17:25 Poster Session II (P62 – P122)

17:30 – 18:00 Conference Photo, Awards and Certificates

Programme of the 21st International Conference-School
“Advanced Materials and Technologies 2019”

Date: 19-23 August, 2019
Venue: Hotel “Gabija” (http://www.gabija.lt/en/)
Vytauto Str. 40, LT-00160
Palanga, Lithuania

August 23, Friday. Chairman Simas Račkauskas
9:00 – 10:00 Ashok Vaseashta (The State University of New Jersey, USA)
Smart and Connected Unmanned Aerial Surveillance Nano-Sensor Based Platforms – Platform and Project
10:00 – 10:45 Gil Rosenman (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
Peptide Photonics: From Bioinspired Nanodots to Precise Photomedicine
10:45 – 11:15 Inga Morkvėnaitė-Vilkončienė (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania)
Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy as a Tool for the Visualization of Antigen and Antibody Interaction
11:15 – 11:45 Gil Rosenman (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
StartUP Companies: Hopes and Reality
11:45 – 12:00 Closing Remarks
12:00 – 13:00 Meeting of Project H2020-MSCA-RISE-2017 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action: Research and Innovation Staff Exchange – Grant Agreement 778308 – SPINMULTIFILM: “Physical Principles of the Creation of Novel SPINtronic Materials on the Base of MULTIlayered Metal-Oxide FILMs for Magnetic Sensors and MRAM”

Programme of the 21st International Conference-School

“Advanced Materials and Technologies 2019”

 

Date:      19-23 August, 2019

Venue:   Hotel “Gabija” (http://www.gabija.lt/en/)

Vytauto Str. 40, LT-00160

Palanga, Lithuania

 

Poster Session. August 22, Thursday, 15:30 – 17:25

 Poster Session I (P1 – P61) 15:30 – 16:20

Poster Session II (P62 – P123) 16:35 – 17:25

METHODS OF SURFACE ANALYSIS

P1

Atomic Force Microscopy and Scanning Electron Microscopy for Imaging Modified Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Cells with Polypyrrole and Carbon Nanotubes

Aura Kisieliute, Vilius Aukscionis, Antanas Zinovicius, Arunas Ramanavicius

P2

Surface Plasmon Resonance Immunosensors for Detection of Human Growth Hormone in Real-Time

Elena Dauksaite, Almira Ramanaviciene, Asta Kausaite-Minkstimiene

P3

Spectroscopic Thickness Determination of PE-CVD Graphene, Wet-Transferred on Silicon Substrate

Šarūnas Jankauskas, Rimantas Gudaitis, Erika Rajackaitė, Šarūnas Meškinis

P4

Scanning Electrochemical Impedance Microscopy for the Comparison of Healthy and Pathological Human Myocardium-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cell

Jurate Petroniene, Daiva Bironaite, Rokas Miksiunas, Kestutis Rucinskas, Vilius Janusauskas, Arunas Ramanavicius

P5

Application of MMXD and MGIXD Methods for Stress Measurements in the Mechanically Treated Surface Layer of Tungsten

Adrian Oponowicz, Marianna Marciszko, Andrzej Baczmański, Sebastian Wroński, Mirosław Wrobel, Christoph Genzel, Manuela Klaus, Chedly Braham, Habib Sidhom

SURFACE ENGINEERING AND NANOSTRUCTURES

P6

Selective Elimination of Atoms or Ions in Crystals and Molecules Produced with X-Rays

Arvydas Juozapas Janavičius, Romaldas Purlys, Ringaudas Rinkūnas, Mindaugas Viliūnas, Saulius Daugėla

P7

Electroless Deposition of Pt Using Co(II)/Co(III) Redox System

Aldona Jagminienė, Loreta Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė, Ina Stankevičienė, Eugenijus Norkus

P8

Formation of Micro Channels in PDMS via Femtosecond Laser Irradiation

Mindaugas Juodėnas, Tomas Jurkšas,Tomas Tamulevičius, Artūras Vailionis, Sigitas Tamulevičius

P9

Formation of Porous Silicon in the Cooled Electrolytes

Aliaksandra Hurbo, Vitaly Bondarenko

P10

High Yield CuO Nanowire Growth Via Thermal Oxidation Method for Application in Nanoelectromechanical Switches

Raitis Sondors, Matiss M. Ramma, Edijs Kauranens, Jelena Kosmaca, Raimonds Meija, Mikk Antsov, Donats Erts

P11

Cold Plasma Deposited FeOX – Application for the Catalytic Conversion of CO2 to CO

Jacek Balcerzak, Ryszard Kapica, Hanna Kierzkowska-Pawlak, Jacek Tyczkowski

P12

Laser Induced Changes in Nanostructure of Plasma-Deposited CoOX Films

Ryszard Kapica, Marcin Kozanecki, Jan Sielski, Jacek Tyczkowski

P13

AIII-BV QW Structures with Bi for IR Range Optoelectronic Devices

Simona Pūkienė, Mindaugas Karaliūnas, Algirdas Jasinskas, Evelina Dudutienė, Bronislovas Čechavičius, Andres Udal, Gintaras Valušis, Renata Butkutė

P14

Comparison of SERS-Activity of Silicon Nanowires Coated with Silver Using Wet and Dry Processes

Arseni Klimenka, Sergey Zavatski, Nikita Grevtsov, Hurbo Aliaksandra, Viktar Khaliava, Hannah Bandarenka, Vitaly Bondarenko

P15

Application of Variable Thickness Anodic Alumina as Evaporation Masks for Production of Nanostructured Plasmonic Films and Nanoparticle Arrays

Daniels Jevdokimovs, Raimonds Poplausks, Juris Prikulis, Uldis Malinovskis, Mindaugas Juodėnas, Donats Erts

P16

Decoration of ZnO Nanorod Arrays with Gold Nanoparticles Using Dip-Coating Method

Margarita Baitimirova, Uldis Malinovskis, Asta Tamulevičienė, Juris Prikulis, Donats Erts

P17

The Influence of Strong Magnetic Field to Ice-Iron Sliding Properties

Ivars Driķis

P18

Investigation of Structured Thin Film Growth by Optical Monitoring

Gabija Petrauskaitė, Lina Grinevičiūtė, Lukas Ramalis, Tomas Tolenis

P19

Analysis of Silver Nanoparticle Size Distribution in DLC Matrix Before and After fs-Laser Irradiation

Gerda Klimaitė, Aušrinė Jurkevičiūtė, Tomas Tamulevičius, Sigitas Tamulevičius

P20

Photoluminescence and Plasmonic Scattering Studies of Zinc Oxide Nanorods with Noble Metal Nanoparticles

Dilafruz Kulmatova, Margarita Baitimirova, Uldis Malinovskis, Tomas Tamulevičius, Yuliya Harmaza, Donats Erts, Juris Prikulis

P21

Electrical Properties of Single and Multilayer Silicon Nitride Dielectric for Applications in Nanocapacitors

Liga Avotina, Marina Romanova, Elina Pajuste, Gennady Enichek, Aleksandrs Zaslavskis, Jurijs Dehtjars, Gunta Kizane

P22

Fabrication of Bimetallic Fe/Cu Catalyst for Heterogenous Fenton Process Catalysis

Aliona Nicolenco, Modestas Vainoris, Francisco Alcaide, Natalia Tsyntsaru, Henrikas Cesiulis

P23

New Approach to Fabrication of SERS-Active Substrates Based on Colloidal Nanoparticles

Nadzeya Khinevich, Sigitas Tamulevicius, Asta Tamuleviciene, Hanna Bandarenka, Sergey Zavatski

P24

Production of High-Density Au Nanoparticle Arrays on Nanoporous Anodic Alumina from Colloidal Solutions

Uldis Malinovskis, Raimonds Poplausks, Aušrinė Jurkevičiūtė, Juris Prikulis, Donats Erts

P25

Investigation of Directionality of Chitosan/Polyethylene Oxide Nanofibers

Sandra Varnaitė-Žuravliova, Natalja Savest, Julija Baltušnikaitė-Guzaitienė, Aušra Abraitienė, Andres Krumme

P26

Modeling of Diffusion Process in Oxygen Mobility Experiment in CexZr1–xO2 Catalysts: Kinetic Model

Muhammad Usman, Arvaidas Galdikas

P27

Optically Transparent Fluorine Doped Tin Oxide Application for Phospholipid Membrane Formation

Inga Gabriunaite, Margarita Poderyte, Aušra Valiūnienė

P28
Luminescence of Rare Earth Ions in Magnesium Coatings Prepared by Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation

Krisjanis Auzins, Krisjanis Smits, Aleksejs Zolotarjovs, Ivita Bite, Carsten Blawert

P29

NEM Switch Operating Voltage Reduction and a Combined Lithography-Dielectrophoresis Method for NEM Switch Production

Raimonds Meija, Liga Jasulaneca, Jelena Kosmaca, Jana Andzane, Matiss M. Ramma, Edijs Kauranens, Donats Erts

P30

UV Sensing with ZnO Nanotetrapods

Rasa Mardosaitė, Agnė Šulčiūtė, Mindaugas Ilickas, Paulius Laurikėnas, Simas Račkauskas

P31

High Diffraction Efficiency Periodic Micro Structures

Andrius Žutautas, Tomas, Tamulevičius, Sigitas Tamulevičius

P32

Synthesis of Silver Nanostructures and Their Modification with Ultrashort Laser Pulses

Mantas Mikalkevičius, Mindaugas Juodėnas, Tomas Tamulevičius, Till Leißner, Asta Tamulevičienė

P33

Single Particle Self-Assembly proved by Surface Lattice Resonance

Mindaugas Juodėnas, Tomas Tamulevičius, Joel Henzie, Donats Erts, Sigitas Tamulevičius

P34

Electroless Deposition of Cu-Zn Alloys Using Co(III)/Co(II) Redox Couple as a Reducing Agent

Ina Stankevičienė, Aldona Jagminienė, Jūratė Vaičiūnienė, Eugenijus Norkus

P35

Mechanically Polished Titanium Surface For Tethered Bilayer Lipid Formation

Tomas Sabirovas, Aušra Valiūnienė

P36

Electroless Deposition of Cobalt-Nickel-Boron Coatings

Jūratė Vaičiūnienė, Zita Sukackienė, Ugnė Narkevičiūtė, Loreta Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė, Eugenijus Norkus

P37

Evaluation of Electrospun Nanofiber Structure

Virginija Kleivaitė, Rimvydas Milašius

P38

Refractive Index Optical Fiber Sensors Applying Doped Diamond Films

Monika Kosowska, Daria Majchrowicz, Małgorzata Szczerska

ELECTRONIC AND OPTICAL MATERIALS

P39

Effect of the Film Morphology on Charge Trapping and Opto-Electronic Device Performance of Hybrid Perovskite Films

Andrey Kadashchuk, Alexander Vakhnin, Weiming Qiu

P40

Spectral Characterization of Native Defects in AlN Bulk and Nanopowder

Rihards Ruska, Janis Cipa, Baiba Berzina, Laima Trinkler

P41

GeSn Characterization by Nondestructive Optical Techniques

Tomas Jurgutis, Saulius Nargelas, Patrik Ščajev, Pavels Onufrijevs, Arturs Medvids, Hung Hsiang Cheng

P42

Anisotropic Thin Film Based Polarizing Coatings for High Power Lasers

Lukas Ramalis, Lina Grinevičiūtė, Rytis Buzelis, Tomas Tolenis

P43

Two-Dimensional Electron Gas Properties of GaN-Based High Electron Mobility Transistor Structures

Nerijus Armakavicius, Philipp Kühne, Jr-Tai Chen, Vallery Stanishev, Plamen P. Paskov, Sean Knight, Tino Hofmann, Olle Kordina, Vanya Darakchieva

P44

Effect of Molecular Beam Epitaxy Growth Conditions for Terahertz Sensing InGaAs Diodes

Domas Jokubauskis, Renata Butkutė, Linas Minkevičius

P45

Tunneling Luminescence Process Contribution in Afterglow of Strontium Aluminate Phosphors

Agnese Spustaka, Virgīnija Vītola, Donats Millers, Ivita Bite

P46

Investigation of Cerium Doped LSO and LYSO Crystals by Optical Pump and Probe Technique

Augustas Vaitkevičius, Saulius Nargelas, Andrey Fedorov, Vitaly Mechinsky, Mikhail Korjik, Gintautas Tamulaitis

P47

Investigation of Chrome Doped Lead Ferrite Thin Films Synthesized by Reactive Magnetron Sputtering

Benas Beklešovas, Vytautas Stankus

P48

Preparation of Titanium Nitride Nanoparticles Via Gas Aggregation Source (GAS)

Syeda Fatima Bukhari, Oleksandr Polonskyi, Jonas Drewes, Thomas Strunskus,  Franz Faupel

P49

Plasmonic Activity of Platforms Including Carbon Nanostructures

Domantas Žitkauskas, Justina Gaidukevič, Jurgis Barkauskas, Gediminas Niaura

P50

Fabrication of Electrochromic Urea Biosensor Based on Prussian Blue

Giedrė Medvikytė, Aušra Valiūnienė, Povilas Virbickas

P51

Spectral Analysis of Pyroelectric Luminescence in LiGaO2 Single Crystal

Janis Cipa, Laima Trinkler, Rihards Ruska, Baiba Berzina

P52

Enhancing Photocatalytic Performance of TiO2 Thin Films by Metallic Nanoparticles and Hybrid Oxide Nanostructures

Salih Veziroglu, Josiah N. Shondo, Alexander Vahl, Oleksandr Polonskyi, Thomas Strunskus, Franz Faupel, Oral Cenk Aktas

P53

MOCVD Epitaxy of GaN via Graphene

Kazimieras Badokas, Arūnas Kadys, Ilja Ignatjev, Giedrius Juška, Jūras Mickevičius, Patrik Ščajev, Tadas Malinauskas

P54

Analysis of Diffractive Structures Produced by Laser Interference Lithography

Mindaugas Andrulevičius, Linas Puodžiukynas, Asta Guobienė

P55

Influence of Alkali Metals on the Optical Properties of Glassy Silicon Dioxide

Madara Leimane, Linards Skuja, Krisjanis Smits, Ivita Bite, Katrina Laganovska, Krisjanis Roze

P56

Investigation of Reactive Magnetron Sputtering of Aluminium Oxynitride Films and Their Applications for Optical Coatings

Naglis Kyžas, Alexandr Belosludtsev

P57

Modelling Semiconductors Alloys Using Special Quasi-Random Structures

Rokas Silkinis, Audrius Alkauskas

P58

Graphite Based Diffractive Optical Elements for Terahertz Frequency Range

Rusnė Ivaškevičiūtė, Linas Minkevičius, Andžėj Urbanovič, Lukas Laurinavičius, Rasa Pauliukaitė, Gintaras Valušis

P59

An Algorithm for Designing True Color Dot-Matrix Holograms

Tomas Klinavičius, Tomas Tamulevičius

P60

Modelling the Interactions between Point and Dislocation Defects in Hexagonal Boron Nitride Using Force Fields

Vytautas Žalandauskas, Audrius Alkauskas

P61

The Effect of MBE Growth Parameters on Properties of GaAsBi Quantum Well Structures

Algirdas Jasinskas, Sandra Stanionytė, Martynas Skapas, Bronislovas Čechavičius, Evelina Dudutienė, Renata Butkutė

P62

THz Pulse Emission from Germanium Crystals

Ričardas Norkus, Ignas Nevinskas, Arūnas Krotkus

P63

Properties of Ultrafast Relaxation Dynamics of Plasmonic Aluminum Nanoparticles

Domantas Peckus, Joel Henzie, Tomas Tamulevičius, Mindaugas Andrulevičius, Algirdas Lazauskas, Erika Rajackaitė, Šarūnas Meškinis, Sigitas Tamulevičius

P64

Usability of Chrome Doped Alumina in Dosimetry

Ernests Einbergs, Aleksejs Zolotarjovs, Ivita Bite, Krisjanis Smits

P65

Transfer of Optical Vortices in Coherently Prepared Media

Hamid Reza Hamedi, Julius Ruseckas, Emmanuel Paspalakis, Gediminas Juzeliūnas

P66

Influence of Indium Concentration on Morphology and Physical Properties of In-Doped ZnO Nanostructures

Juliana Kepente, Ivita Bite, Larisa Grigorjeva, Agnese Spustaka, Krisjanis Smits, Anzelms Zukuls

P67

Microwave-Assisted Synthesis and Properties of Non-Doped and Ga-Doped ZnO Nanoparticles

Mareks Seņko, Ivita Bite, Agnese Spustaka, Anzelms Zukuls, Larisa Grigorjeva, Krišjānis Šmits

P68

New Substituted Triphenylamine Derivatives as Hole Transporting Materials for Red PHOLEDs

Dovydas Blazevicius, Gintare Krucaite, Marius Eidimtas, Dmytro Volyniuk, Jurate Simokaitiene, Saulius Grigalevicius

P69

Investigation of Properties of Triphenylamine Derivatives Containing Quaternary Ammonium Groups

Matas Steponaitis, Regimantas Komskis, Egidijus Kamarauskas, Tadas Malinauskas, Saulius Jursenas, Vytautas Getautis

 CERAMICS

P70

Effect of Spherical Al2O3 Microceramics on Hardness and Wear Resistance of Composite Ni-based Coatings

Aleksandr Lebedev, Jelena Škamat, Olegas Černašėjus

P71

Influence of Ba2+-Doping on the Structural and Thermal Properties of La2Mo2O9 Ceramic

Giedrė Gaidamavičienė, Artūras Žalga

P72

Sol-Gel Synthesis of Yttrium, Terbium Iron Perovskites and Yttrium Iron Garnet

Justinas Januškevičius, Živilė Stankevičiūtė, Inga Grigoravičiūtė-Puronienė, Aivaras Kareiva

P73

Bioactivity Research of the Bioglass-Calcium Phosphates Composites in SBF

Laurynas Alinauskas, Zivile Stankeviciute, Gabija Zarembaite, Aleksej Zarkov, Lauryna Sinusaite, Aivaras Kareiva, Edita Garskaite

P74

Study of Transition Metal Substitution Effects in Sol-Gel Derived Mg3-xMx/Al1 (M = Mn, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn) Layered Double Hydroxides

Ligita Valeikiene, Inga Grigoraviciute-Puroniene, Aivaras Kareiva

P75

The Porous Mullite Ceramics Observed by Slip Casting Method

Ludmila Mahnicka-Goremikina, Ruta Svinka, Visvaldis Svinka, Vadims Goremikins

P76

Characterisation of Ceria Based Electrolytes Prepared by Glycine-nitrate Combustion and Co-precipitation Synthesis Routes

Fariza Kalyk,  Brigita Abakevičienė

POLYMERS AND COMPOSITES

P77

Investigation of Pyrrole Adsorbtion and Electrochemical Polymerization on Gold Surface

Linas Sinkevičius, Deivis Plaušinaitis

P78

Optical Properties of CuxS Thin Films Deposited on Polypropylene by Sorption-Diffusion Method

Kamilė Vonžodaitė, Eglė Balčiūnaitė, Rasa Alaburdaitė, Edita Paluckienė

P79

Optical Properties of Cu-Doped Tin Selenide Films

Aistė Kunciūtė, Remigijus Ivanauskas, Algimantas Ivanauskas

P80

4D Printing for Programmable Materials

Donatas Valiulis, Eugenijus Jurkonis

P81

Modification of Polyamide Films by Copper Selenide Layers

Gediminas Jakubauskas, Neringa Petrašauskienė

P82

Study of Morphological Properties of MWCNTs/PDMS Polymer Nanocomposites

Iryna Sulym, Katarzyna Jankowska, Jakub Zdarta, Dariusz Sternik, Yuriy Sementsov, Anna Derylo-Marczewska, Filip Ciesielczyk, Teofil Jesionowski

P83

Enhancement of Polypropylene–Epoxy Bond Adhesion by Gliding Arc Discharge with Cross Flow Gas Inlets

Kateřina Polášková, Petr Jelínek, Filip Jeník, Lukáš Dostál, Lenka Zajíčková

P84

Cathodic Electrodeposition and Optical Properties of Ni-Doped ZnO Films

Konstantin Yanushkevich, Eugene Chubenko

P85

Polymer Based Nanocomposites Modified with CNT/Bi2Se3 and CNT/Sb2Te3 Heterostructures for Thermoelectric Applications

Krisjanis Buks, Jana Andzane, Juris Bitenieks, Janis Zicans, Donats Erts

P86

Porous Hybrid Polyvinyl Alcohol Acetals Nanocomposites with Magnetic Laponite for Efficient Dyes Adsorption

Olena Goncharuk, Yuriy Samchenko, Natalia Pasmurtseva, Lyudmila Kernosenko, Tetyana Poltoratsʹka

P87

Cholesterol Adsorption on Partially Hydrophobic Silica Nanoparticles from Solutions of Bile Salts

Olga Kazakova, Nataliya Vlasova, Lyudmila Golovkova

P88

Manufacturing of Continuous Carbon Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites Using FDM Technology

Tomas Kuncius, Marius Rimašauskas

P89

Study of Sensitivity to Glyphosate. Comparison of Differently Coated Gold Surfaces by Using ESPR Method

Domas Balčiūnas, Deivis Plaušinaitis

P90

Influence of Melting Temperature on Mechanical Properties of Melt Spun Polypropylene and Polyethylene Terephthalate Fibers

Evaldas Bolskis, Erika Adomavičiūtė

P91

Sulfonated Poly(Ether Ether Ketone) Membranes and its Composite with Activated Carbon for Potential Application in CO2 Electrochemical Reduction Cells

Deniss Fedorenko, Guntars Vaivars

P92

Influence of Betulin Doped on Bacteriostatic and Antiinflammatory Properties of Polycarbonates

Mateusz Przybyła, Tomasz Flak, Jadwiga Gabor, Klaudia Kubik, Andrzej S. Swinarew

P9

Formation and Optical Properties of Zinc Oxide/Copper Composites

Nikita Tkachenok, Eugene Chubenko

ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATERIALS

P94

The Control of Quality of Graphene Layers Based on Their Ultrafast Relaxation Properties

Erika Rajackaitė, Domantas Peckus, Rimantas Gudaitis, Tomas Tamulevičius, Mindaugas Andrulevičius, Šarūnas Meškinis, Sigitas Tamulevičius

P95

Influence of Parameters of Gridirons on the Cotton Fibres Cleaning and Yarns Quality

Sharof Shukhratov, Rimvydas Milašius

P96

Alternative Sources of Plant Nutrients

Austėja Mikolaitienė, Rasa Šlinkšienė

P97

Dependence of Woven Fabric Tearing on Weave Construction

Brigita Legaudienė, Rimvydas Milašius

P98

Synthesis of Well-Ordered Nano Structure of Anodic Alumium Oxide Using Different Electrolytes

Chiung Fen Chang, Nhat Huy Luan, Yesong Gu

P99

Penetration of Esters, Derived from Vegetable Oils, into Anodized Coating for Friction Reduction

Dalia Bražinskienė, Tadas Matijošius, Gedvidas Bikulčius, Svajus Asadauskas

P100

Investigation of Pilling Resistance of Linen / Silk Woven Fabrics Dyed in Light and Dark Colours

Indrė Tautkutė-Stankuvienė, Eglė Kumpikaitė

P101

The Influence of Chromium and Aluminium Ions on the Calcium Silicate Hydrates Formation

Inga Knabikaite, Kestutis Baltakys, Anatolijus Eisinas, Tadas Dambrauskas, Domante Niuniavaite

P102

Investigation of the Thermoregulation Properties of Knitted Fabrics with Fibres Containing Phase Change Materials

Laimutė Stygienė, Sigitas Krauledas, Aušra Abraitienė Sandra Varnaitė-Žuravliova, Vitalija Rubežienė

P103

Functional and Advanced Applications of Electro-Conductive Materials for Smart Textiles

Md. Reazuddin Repon, Daiva Mikučionienė

P104

Silver Plating of Polyacrylonitrile Graphite Fiber and Ball Milled Quartz for Electrically Conductive Application

Nijolė Buškuvienė, Indrė Danisevičienė

P105

Investigation of the Laser Treatment Parameters for the Creation of Reinforcing Ribs in Metal Thin Sheet Materials

Oleksandr Kapustynskyi

P106

Investigation on Influence of Antimicrobial Treatment on Structural and Psysical Properties of Textile

Jolita Kriščiūnaitė, Daiva Mikučionienė

P107

Analysis of Latvian Sheep Breed Wool Chemical Composition and Properties

Vanda Voikiva, Arturs Zarins, Gunta Kizane, Liga Avotina, Inesa Barmina, Maija Zake, Vita Rudovica

P108

Material Properties of Bend Multilayered Wood Base Materials

Inga Zotova, Edgars Kirilovs, Ilze Gutmane

P109

Development of the Smart Materials Ecosystem in Latvia

Gunars Bajars, Lauma Muižniece

MATERIALS FOR ENERGY APPLICATIONS

P110

Fabrication and Properties of Pristine/Doped Bi2Se3 Nanolaminates

Liga Britala, Krisjanis Buks, Jana Andzane, Aleksandrs Neciporenko, Malvine Nelda Strakova, Donats Erts

P111

Development of Innovative Low Density Thermal Insulation from Wet-Preserved Hemp

Edgars Kirilovs, Silvija Kukle, Hans-Jörg Gusovius, Inga Zotova

P112

Ionic Liquid Additive Significantly Increases MAPbI3 Perovskite Stability

Rokas Jasiūnas, Rui Xia, Vidmantas Gulbinas, Mohammad Khaja Nazeeruddin, Paul Joseph Dyson

P113

Efficient Catalytic Systems for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells

Adriana Marinoiu, Claudia Cobzaru, Corina Cernatescu, Elena Marin, Radu Andrei, Catalin Capris, Elena Carcadea

P114

Influence of TiO in situ Doping With Graphene Nanoparticles on Electrochemical Properties

Ainars Knoks, Liga Grinberga, Peteris Lesnicenoks, Ingars Lukosevics, Laimonis Jekabsons, Georgijs Cikvaidze

P115

Graphite Felt Modification with Lead(II) Oxide Using Lead(II) Formate for Application in Lead Acid Batteries

Arminas Ilginis, Egidijus Griškonis

P116

Cobalt-Boron Alloy Modified with Gold Nanoparticles as Electrocatalysts for Glucose Electro-Oxidation

Daina Upskuvienė, Zita Sukackienė, Aldona Balčiūnaitė, Birutė Šimkūnaitė-Stanynienė,  Loreta Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė, Eugenijus Norkus

P117

Thin Film Bismuth Selenide and Antimony Telluride Near-room Temperature Thermoelectric Generators

Edijs Kauranens, Jana Andžāne, Uldis Maļinovskis, Donats Erts

P118

XRD Studies of Tin Sulfide Layers on FTO Glass

Asta Bronušienė, Ingrida Ancutienė

P119

Electrodeposition of a Mo1-xWxS2 Material for Electrocatalysis of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction

Ramunas Levinas, Natalia Tsyntsaru, Henrikas Cesiulis

P120

Neutron Irradiation Effects on the Oxidation Process of Beryllium in Nuclear Fusion Devices

Elina Pajuste, Gunta Kizane, Liga Avotina, Arturs Zarins

P121

Overshoot Effect in Triple Cation Perovskite Solar Cells

Rokas Gegevičius, Marius Franckevičius, Jevgenij Chmeliov, Vidmantas Gulbinas

P122

Synthesis and Characterization of New V886 Analogues

Aida Drevilkauskaitė, Marytė Daškevičienė, Egidijus Kamarauskas, Vygintas Jankauskas, Vytautas Getautis

OTHER

P123

Optical Glucose Biosensor Based on Cobalt Hexacyanoferrate and Glucose Oxidase Layers

Gabija Kavaliauskaitė, Povilas Virbickas, Aušra Valiūnienė

Assoc. Prof. Sergei V. Kostjuk

Belarusian State University (Belarus)

Cationic polymerization in aqueous media

Prof. Gil Rosenman

Tel Aviv University (Israel)

Peptide Photonics: From Bioinspired Nanodots To Precise Photomedicine

Assoc. Prof. Karine Mougin

Institut de Science des Matériaux de Mulhouse (France)

Surface color on demand: chameleon effect

Prof. Witold Brostow

University of North Texas (USA)

Polymeric materials and their applications

Dr. Alexander Petrov

The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (Belarus)

Sr2FeMoO6-δ double perovskite metal-oxide ferrimagnetic as a prospective material for spintronic applications

Dr. Polina P. Kuzhir

Belarusian State University (Belarus)

Graphene/Carbon based multilayers and metasurfaces for THz and microwave application

Dr. Luca Gregoratti

Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste SCpA (Italy)

Nanomaterials characterization at (near) ambient pressure: current status and perspectives of scanning photoemission imaging

Dr. Kęstutis Grigoras

VVT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd (Finland)

Porous silicon based supercapacitors

Prof. Brant Gibson

RMIT University (Australia)

Nanoscale BioPhotonics: using nanomaterials and light to understand the inner workings of the body

Dr. Simas Račkauskas

Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)

Non-catalytic growth of nanowires: insights from in-situ TEM investigation

Dr. Linas Minkevičius

Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (Lithuania)

Compact diffractive optics for Terahertz imaging applications

Dr. Tadas Paulauskas

Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (Lithuania)

Development of bismide-based multi-junction solar cells

Prof. Albert G. Nasibulin

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Russia)

Single-walled carbon nanotubes: from synthesis to applications

Prof. Andrei V. Malkov

Loughborough University London (United Kingdom)

Solution processed CZTS solar cells: chemistry of the dissolution process and device fabrication

Dr. Hubert Halbrittet

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH (Regensburg, Germany)

The light of the future is smart

Assist. Prof. Xing Xing

Northwestern Polytechnical University (China)

Device engineering for high performance polymeric electrochromism

Assoc. Prof. Inga Morkvėnaitė-Vilkončienė

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania)

Scanning electrochemical microscopy as a tool for the vizualization of antigen and antibody interaction

Sebastian Rothe

CERN (Switzerland)

Engineering of materials for radioisotope production of CERN-ISOLDE

Prof. Yesong Gu

Tunghai University (Taiwan)

Fabrication of a biocompatible and continuous glucose biosensor with the poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) modified electrode

Prof. Ashok Vaseashta

The State University of New Jersey (USA)

Smart and Connected Unmanned Aerial Surveillance Nano-sensor Based Platforms – Platform and Project

 

Contacts

Prof. S. Tamulevičius (Kaunas University of Technology)
Assoc. Prof. L. Balaševičius  (Kaunas University of Technology)
Prof. J. V. Gražulevičius (Kaunas University of Technology)
Dr. Renata Butkutė (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology)
Prof. A. Kareiva (Vilnius University)
Prof. G. Juzeliūnas (Vilnius University)
Prof. G. Tamulaitis (Vilnius University)
Prof. D. Erts (University of Latvia)
Prof. Y. Dekhtyar (Riga Technical University)
Prof. I. Leito (University of Tartu)
Dr. R. Lohmus (University of Tartu)
Prof. H. G. Rubahn (University of Southern Denmark)
Prof. S. Tamulevičius (Kaunas University of Technology) – chairman
Dr. R. Žostautienė (Kaunas University of Technology) – secretary
Dr. E. Fataraitė-Urbonienė (Kaunas University of Technology)
Dr. A. Tamulevičienė (Kaunas University of Technology)
Dr. T. Tamulevičius (Kaunas University of Technology)
Dr. L. Puodžiukynas (Kaunas University of Technology)
PhD student A. Jurkevičiūtė (Kaunas University of Technology)
PhD student E. Rajackaitė (Kaunas University of Technology)
PhD student M. Juodėnas (Kaunas University of Technology)
PhD student A. Žutautas (Kaunas University of Technology)
V. Sinkevičienė (Kaunas University of Technology)

If you have any questions please do not hesitate and contact us:

Conference e-mail: amt@ktu.lt

Conference website: https://advancedmaterials.ktu.edu

Phone: +370 (37) 313432

Phone/Fax: +370 (37) 314423

Institute of Materials Science of Kaunas University of Technology
K. Baršausko St. 59, LT-51423 Kaunas, Lithuania

Phone: +370 (37) 313 432
Phone/fax: +370 (37) 314 423
https://materials.ktu.edu/

How to reach the venue?


Conference will be held at Hotel “Gabija”
Conference venue is Vytauto str. 40, Palanga, Lithuania.

By plane

Palanga airport

Palanga airport is situated only 7 kilometres off the city. The regular flights from Palanga airport are operated to Copenhagen (Denmark), Oslo (Norway) and Riga (Latvia) year-round. Relating to good connecting flights from Palanga with SAS it is easy to reach a lot of other cities in Europe via Copenhagen. For connecting flights please contact the travel agency or check the airline web pages: SAS, AirBaltic.
The city can be reached by bus or by taxi. The buses on route Airport-Palanga-Airport are going approximately every two/three hours every day. The time table is available on Autobusu bilietai (Departure from: “Palanga (oro uostas)”; Arrival to: “Palanga”). Taxi is available in front of Airport Terminal. A trip to Palanga city takes 10 min and costs about 15 EUR.

Vilnius airport

Also one can come via Vilnius Airport. The airport is located on a plateau in the south of Vilnius. It is only 7 km, or 15 minutes drive by car from the centre of the capital. The regular flights are operated to Brussel (Belgium), Stockholm (Sweden), Copenhagen (Denmark), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Moscow (Russia), Kiev (Ukraine), Warsaw (Poland), Frankfurt (Germany), Riga (Latvia), etc. More information can be found on Vilnius airport website.
The city centre can be easily reached using city train or bus. There is a special train between the Railway Station and the Airport. Located close to the passenger terminal, a train stop has staircase and elevator for passengers, lighting as well as a video supervision system for security of passengers. The needs of disabled passengers and passengers with reduced mobility have also been considered. Pedestrian path leading to the Airport is Sheltered and lightened during dark period of a day. The timetable can be found at Lietuvos gelezinkeliai.
Bus stop is situated just outside the airport. Bus No. 1 goes to the train/bus station and the buses No. 2 goes to the city centre. The timetable can be found at Vilnius Routes and Timetables.

Kaunas airport

Kaunas airport is situated 10 kilometres off the city. At Kaunas airport regular flights are operated (by Ryanair and AirBaltic) to London, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Dublin, Knock (Ireland), Frankfurt (Germany), Oslo (Norway), etc. More information can be found on the airport website.
There is a very convenient way to reach Kaunas central bus station by bus No. 29 (Kaunas Routes and Timetables), also special buses to capital Vilnius are arranged to suite the flight timetable (more information on the airport website).

By bus from Kaunas and Vilnius

There are frequent bus connections between most parts of Lithuania. The bus schedule from Kaunas and Vilnius to Palanga can be found on the website: Autobusu bilietai.


Participants of the conference who need a visa to come to Lithuania can find useful information here.

 

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