Invited Speakers

A number of distinguished scientists from all over the world have been invited to present talks on recent progress in various key areas of nanostructure physics and technology. While the invitation process is still in progress, a list of speakers who have accepted the invitation will be timely updated.

Yurii Latyshev, Vladimir Volkov
Kotelnikov Institute of Radio-engineering and Electronics of RAS, Moscow, Russia
Dirac fermions in the nano-perforated graphene
Michael Shur
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Deep ultraviolet LEDs: device physics and applications
Evgeny Chekhovich
University of Sheffield, UK
Magnetic resonance in self-assembled quantum dots: applications in structural analysis and quantum information technologies
Mikhail Khodorkovskii
Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia
Single-molecule studies of DNA-protein interactions
Vladimir Strocov
Swiss Light Source Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
Soft-X-ray ARPES at swiss light source: k-resolved electronic structure of 3D materials, buried interfaces and impurities
Alex Zunger
University of Colorado, USA
Nanostructures as a design problem: Find the configuration/structure with a target property
Valentin Jmerik
Ioffe Institute, Russia
Plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy of AlGaN-nanoheterostructures for ultraviolet optoelectronics
Tobias Nowozin
TU Berlin, Germany
Quantum dot-based memories
Mark Fernee
Université Bordeaux, France
Coherence and spin relaxation in colloidal quantum dots
Richard De La Rue
Photonics Research Centre, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, University of Glasgow, UK
Graphene oxide (GO) based waveguide polariser
Anton Egorov
Academic University, Russia
Diluted nitrides and integration of III-V alloys and silicon technology
Alexei Efros
University of Utah, USA
Dark and photo-conductivity in ordered array of nanocrystals
Holger Schmeckebier
Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Quantum dot based semiconductor optical amplifiers
Mathieu Munsch
University of Basel, Switzerland
Manipulation of the nuclear spin ensemble in a quantum dot with chirped magnetic resonance pulses
Gregory Timp
University of Notre Dame, USA
Regulation and detection of gene expression in a single cell with single molecule resolution using a nanopore
Richard Hogg
University of Sheffield, UK
Epitaxially re-grown photonic crystal surface emitting lasers
Sergey Deyev
M.M. Shemyakin and Yu.A. Ovchinnikov Institute of bioorganic chemistry of the RAS, Russia
Barnase-barstar module as nanoconstruct platform for bioimaging and therapy
Loic Lanco
University Paris 7 / LPN-CNRS, France
Resonant excitation in a quantum dot/pillar cavity device: interfacing light and matter down to the single-photon level
Alexander Andronov
Institute for Physics Microstructures, RAS, Russia
THz emissions from simple superlattice in high quality resonator: the Bloch oscillation emission and Wannier-Stark lasing
Sergei Gurevich
Ioffe Institute, RAS, Russia
Amorphous metal nanoparticles: physical and chemical properties
Vladislav Panchenko
The Institute on Laser and Information Technologies RAS, Russia
Title will be announced later

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