Invited Plenary Speakers



Arunas Krotkus, Semiconductor Physics Institute, Lithuania

„Characterizing semiconductor materials with terahertz radiation pulses”


Janis Alnis, University of Latvia and Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany

„Advances in optical atomic clocks”


Simon B. Gurevich, Ioffe Institute, Russia

„Yu. N. Denisyuk, E. Leith, and J. Upatnieks - founders of volume and laser holography”.


Vyacheslavs Kashcheyevs, University of Latvia

Transport-probed spectroscopy: from phonon-assited tunnelling to adiabatic charge pumping


Igor Meglinski, Cranfield University, United Kingdom 

„The concept of a unified modelling of optical radiation propagation in complex turbid media: bio-medical applications”


Gediminas Raciukaitis, Institute of Physics, Lithuania 

„Laser structuring of conducting films on transparent substrates for electronics devices”


Ileana Rau, POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, Romania

„Nonlinear optical properties of organic thin films”


Paul Stradins, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA

Science and materials challenges in film silicon photovoltaics


Sune Svanberg, Lund University, Sweden

Gas in Scattering Media Absorption Spectroscopy


Leonas Valkunas, Institute of Physics, Lithuania

„Solvation effects and spectral dynamics of pigment molecules in proteins”