Invited Speakers

Dr. Mangirdas Malinauskas “Laser 3D Mesoscale Printing: From Renewable Organics to Crystalline Inorganics”, Vilnius University

Prof. Gerd Buntkowsky “Solid-State-NMR Characterization of functional Materials”, Technische Universität Darmstadt

Prof. Mattias Hammar “Nanostructured semiconductor optoelectronics”, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Prof. Sigitas Tamulevičius “2D Nanoparticle Based Nanostructures – Technology and Applications”, Kaunas University of Technology

Dr. Laima Trinkler “Luminescence of LiGaO2 crystal – mechanisms and potential application”, Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia

Prof. Eugenijus Norkus “Achievements in the Area of Electroless Metal Deposition”, Center for Physical sciences and technology

Prof. Robert Evarestov “First-principles study of pressure-induced insulator-to-metal transition in 2D layered compound FePS3”, Saint Petersburg State University

Prof. Qin Wang “Graphene based nanostructures and nanoparticles for sensing applications”, Research Institutes of Sweden AB (RISE)

Dr. Karol Frohlich “Preparation and performance of photoanode with thin RuO2- and IrO2-RuO2-based oxide electrocatalysts for water splitting”, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Electrical Engineering

Dr. Gunnar Nurk “Operando NAP-HT-XPS and impedance spectroscopy study of pulsed laser deposited Ni-Ce0.9Gd0.1O2-d solid oxide fuel cell electrode”, University of Tartu

Dr. Maxim Ananyev “Surface defect chemistry and ionic transport in oxides with perovskite related structure”, Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry

Prof. Gintautas Tamulaitis “Response time as the key functional property of future scintillation materials”, Vilnius University

Prof. Anders Hallen “Silicon Carbide Material Development for Semiconductor Power Devices”, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Dr. Andrei Salak “Field-assisted formed nanostructures of multifunctional 2-D anion exchangers”, University of Aveiro

Prof. Aleksandr Lushchik “Accumulation and annealing of structural defects in wide-gap metal oxides under intense radiation of different types”, University of Tartu

Prof. Jiri Kulda “What is hidden in the background of Bragg diffraction. Diffuse scattering and PDF analysis not only with neutrons”, Institut Laue-Langevin