18th International Young Scientists Conference Optics and High Technology Material Science
October 26-29, 2017
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv,
Faculty of Physics, Chair of Optics (Kyiv, UKRAINE)
TSNUK – Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan
UOC – “United Optical Community” joint student chapters associated with SPIE, OSA, EOS
►ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
STEP 1: Download abstract template from conference web-site link and prepare abstract due rules
STEP 2: Choose preferred type of your report (oral report or poster presentation)
STEP 3: Please, read carefully conference topics list and choose your work’s the most proper section
STEP 4: Please, pass submission form to add your work and registration: link
STEP 5: Check your e-mail. You will receive the letter with confirmation. After reviewing of your abstract organizers informs you about their decision.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: September 25, 2017
|Session A. Physics of condensed matter and spectroscopy||Session B. Laser physics and modern optoelectronics|
|– optics of solid state
– ellipsometry and non-destructive surface analysis;
– spectroscopic analysis and application;
|– laser techniques and quantum electronics;
– high intensity optics;
– quantum optics;
– optoelectronics devices design;
– novel IR/VIS/UV sources and detectors
– laser interferometry;
|Session C. Applied optics and engineering||Session D. Biomedical optics and sensors technology|
|– integrated optics;
– fiber optics;
– nonlinear optics and its application;
– modern cryptography;
– optics for medical applications;
– IR imaging;
– sensor technology;
– solar cells;
ORAL REPORTS SESSION*
All technical session rooms are equipped with a video projector and a computer running Microsoft Windows with Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat Reader. You should bring your presentation in a usb drive or even use your own laptop or smart device, as long as it is enabled with VGA output connection. The presenter should prepare a set of slides that illustrate clearly the main points of her/his paper, and make sure the presentation fits well within the assigned time. The length of one presentation should be no more than 15 minutes and 5 minutes for discussion. Speakers are requested to check-in with the chairperson before the start of the session. Speakers requiring special equipment should contact the organizers during applying their abstracts.
POSTER PRESENTATION SESSION*
Read carefully POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
The length of one lecture provided by Invited speaker should be no more than 30 minutes and 10 minutes for discussion. Speakers are asked kindly to check-in with the chairperson before the start of the session. Speakers requiring special equipment should contact the organizers during applying their abstracts. The full list of Invited Lecturers will be available on October 7, 2017.
*All participant of SPO 2016 conference are FREE to choose type of report’s representing by themself: oral report (lecture) OR poster presentation.
►CONFERENCE DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE
The SPO 2017 conference purpose is to bring together students, scientists and engineers involved in research and development of technologies related to optics and high technology material science. We welcome researchers involved in optics, photonics, applied physics and engineering. We hope that this Conference will permit to connect our joint effort for strengthening the role of high optical education in the modern industrial society.
Ideas on how to analyze and approach problems by combining novel optical technologies, photonics applications, electronic interfaces and principal optics technologies, either in the scope of R&D projects, engineering or network management, are welcome. Papers describing new engineering prototypes, systems and techniques for manufacturing and general survey papers indicating future directions are also welcome. Papers should describe original work in any of the areas listed below. Acceptance will be based on quality, relevance and originality. Both full research reports and work-in-progress reports are welcome. There will be both oral and poster sessions.
Special sessions dedicated to technical exhibition related to the main conference topics are also envisaged: researchers interested in organizing a special scientific/education session and researchers interested in presenting a tutorial are invited to contact the conference organizers.
For Students – discounted fee
For PhD. Students – 250 UAH (~10 USD)
Other participants – 350 UAH (~15 USD)
Should be paid at conference registration desk during check-in ONLY in cash.
O.K. Zakusylo, Vice-rector on Research TSNUK, Head of Program Committee
L.A. Bulavin, Academician of NAN of Ukraine
M.V. Makarets, Dean of Physics Faculty of TSNUK
V.Y. Sugakov, Member in Correspondence of NAN of Ukraine
S.O. Kostyukevych, SPIE Fellow 2005, Executive Director of SPIE/Ukraine Chapter
L.V. Poperenko, Head of Chair of Optics of TSNUK
S.E. Zelensky, Deputy Dean of Physics Faculty of TSNUK
M.P. Kulish, Head of Functional Materials Physics Division of TSNUK
V.I.Grygoruk (Kyiv, Ukraine),YoungPak Lee (Seul, Korea), A.Karimov (Tashkent, Uzbekistan), J.A.Woollam (Lincoln, USA), R.V.Malendevich (California, USA), Yu.V.Kudryavtsev (Kyiv, Ukraine), O.Vertsanova (Kyiv, Ukraine), M.I.Likholit (Kyiv, Ukraine), V.G.Kravets (Manchester, UK), T. Pezeril (Le Mans, France), M.F.Maitz (Dresden, Germany), Ya.V.Bobitsky (Lviv, Ukraine), P.B.Kosel (Cincinnati, USA), S.I.Lysenko (Puerto Rico, USA), H.Mimura (Hamamatsu, Japan), M.V.Vinnichenko (Rossendorf, Germany), A.F.Prokoshin (Moscow, Russia), M.I.Zakharenko (Kyiv, Ukraine), M.I.Drobnokhod (Kyiv, Ukraine), O.M. Rybak (Kyiv, Ukraine), V.G.Bespalov (St.-Peterburg, Russia), V.A.Makara (Kyiv, Ukraine), A.V.Stronski (Kyiv, Ukraine), V.A.Gnatyuk (Hamamatsu, Japan), O.D.Lavrinovich (Ohio, USA), V.K.Miloslavsky (Kharkov, Ukraine), V.V.Shinkar (Paris, France), V.G.Kolobrodov (Kyiv, Ukraine), V.P.Usenco (Chişinău, Moldova), A.A.Ryzhevich (Minsk, Belarus), S.G.Odoulov (Kyiv, Ukraine), G. von Balley (Muenster, Germany), S.L.Revo (Kyiv, Ukraine), L.O.Ageev (Kharkov, Ukraine), O.G. Ushenko (Chernivtsi, Ukraine).
If you are unsure whether you need a VISA to attend the event, please check with your local embassy or travel agent. If you do, it is essential that you begin the process as soon as possible. VISA application procedures for entering many countries have become stricter and more complex; therefore it can take much longer to process your application than anticipated. Subject to certain conditions, we can provide only a standard invitation letter to assist you with your visa application and this should be requested to the conference staff. Please notice, that we send invitation letter only by e-mail. (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine: Here you can check if you need a visa to enter Ukraine)
The conference will be hosted by Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv which is located at Kyiv (Ukraine). Established in 1834 it is the leading government university in the country. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv is today a classic university with a distinct research profile, and the leading contemporary academic and educational hub of Ukraine.
All conference sessions will take place at Faculty of Physics, TSNUK
4, Academician Hlushkov Avenue, Building 1, Kyiv, Ukraine map
|“Boryspil” International Airport
From “Boryspil” International Airport (KBP)
1. Take а Taxi car.
2. Take Sky Bus № 322 “POLIT”. Details about service you can find here link.
|“Pivdenny” Railway Station|| By train:
From “Pivdenny” Central Railway Station:
Take subway until 225 “Vystavkovyi Center Station”.
PHONE: +380 44 526-22-96
FAX: +380 44 526-45-07
SPO_ Organizing Committee
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
64 Volodymyrska Str.,
Faculty of Physics, Chair of Optics