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Tentative list of presentations:

Prof. Wladyslaw Torbicz (Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland), “Microsystems for biochemical analysis - development and applications“;

Prof. Jiri Pinkas (Masaryk University of Brno, Czech Republic), “Sonochemical Synthesis and Characterization of Nanoscopic Co/Fe and Y/Fe Mixed-metal Oxides“;

Prof. Dr. Thomas Jüstel (University of Applied Sciences Muenster, Germany), “Red-emitting Luminescent Materials for Solid State Light Sources“;

Prof. Jens-Erik Jørgensen (Aarhus University, Denmark), “The use of neutron powder diffraction in structural chemistry”;

Dr. Habil. Mieczyslaw Kozlowski (Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan, Poland), “Carbon Materials and Their Catalytic Properties”;

Dr. Visvaldas Kairys (Universidade da Madeira, Portugal), “Protein-ligand docking with some applications”;

Michael Ellison (Clemson University, USA), “A Fiber-Based Non-Woven Panel System for Customized, Quality-Controlled, Energy-Efficient Residential and Commercial Construction”;

Prof. David Lukáš (Technical university of Liberec, Czech Republic),Physical principles of electrospinning;

Prof. Ivan Pelant (Institute of Physics Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic), “Silicon nanophotonics - light generation and guiding in silicon nanostructures“;

Dr. Andrei Malkov (University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK), “Developments of Greener Chiral Technologies for Fine Chemical Synthesis”;

Dr. Habil. Gediminas Juzeliūnas (Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy of Vilnius University, Lithuania), “Left-handed light in metamaterials”;

Dr. Rytis Dargis (Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany), “High-k dielectrics: properties, growth and characterization”;

Dr. Klara Lyutovich (Institut fuer Halbleitertechnik, Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany), “SiGe-based heterostructures for modern field-effect transistors”;

Dr. Gediminas Raciukaitis  (Institute of Physics, Lithuania),  “Laser-matter interaction and its use in material processing”;

Prof. Jan Linnros (Royal Institute of Technology Sweden) “Semiconductor quantum dots including single dot spectroscopy”.



Duration of the oral presentation lecture: 45 or 90 minutes