ICOM2015- The 4th International Conference on the Physics of Optical Materials and Devices (ICOM)

Organization: Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinca

Venue: Hotel Sentido Tara

Location: Budva, Montenegro, Yugoslavia

Event Date/Time: Aug 31, 2015 End Date/Time: Sep 04, 2015
Abstract Submission Date: May 15, 2015
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The 4th International Conference on the Physics of Optical Materials and Devices, 31st August-4th September 2015, Budva, Montenegro The Organizing Committee would like to invite You to the 4th International Conference on the Physics of Optical Materials and Devices (ICOM 2015) which is to be held in Budva, Montenegro, from 31st August to 4th September 2015, and is organized by the Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, University of Belgrade (Serbia) and the Institut de Chimie de Clermont-Ferrand, Université Blaise Pascal (France) and IRCP Chimie Paristech. Previous three conferences, ICOM 2006, ICOM 2009 and ICOM 2012 hosted approximately 300 world-acknowledged scientists. ICOM conference has established itself among the renowned professors and researchers in the field of optical materials and devices, as well as managers and experts in a number of industrial and technological fields associated with optical materials. The conference presents the state of the art in preparation methods, optical characterization and usage of optical materials and devices in various photonic fields.


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Conference Speakers

1. Otto Wolfbeis,

University of Regensburg, Germany,  Title: Nanomaterial-based Fluorescent Biosensing and Imaging

2. Georges Boulon

 Claude Bernard/Lyon1 University, France Title: to be announced

3. Marco Bettinelli

University of Verona, Italy Title: Luminescence of Terbium-based oxide materials doped with Eu3+: tunable emission colour based on energy transfer processes

4. Cees Ronda

Philips Research Aachen, The Netherlands Title: to be announced

5. Alok Srivastava

GE Global Research, USA,  Title: Luminescence of Bi3+ in solids

6. Kishan Dholakia

University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK,  Title: Advanced optical manipulation exploiting materials science

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

8. Thomas Thundat, University of Alberta, Canada, Title: to be announced

9. Raymond Wai-Yeung Wong

Hong Kong Baptist University, China Title: to be announced

10. Setsuhisa Tanabe

 Kyoto University, Japan,  Title: Novel red persistent phosphors developed by band gap engineering 

11. Luis Seijo

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

12. Jean-Luc Adam

Institut de Sciences Chimiques, Rennes, France,  Title: Optical chalcogenide glasses, fibers, and devices

13. Kazushige Ueda

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

14. Enrico Cavalli

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

15. Marina Popova

Institute of spectroscopy RAS, Moscow, Rusia Title: Fascinating optical properties of the copper metaborate

16. Richard Moncorge

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

17. Mikhail Brik

University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia Title: to be announced 

18. Andries Meijerink

Utrecth University, The Netherlands Title: Energy transfer in rare doped systems  

19. 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