15-22 September, 2010

Confirmed Lectures

  • Prof. Andrey Varlamov, University of Rome II, Theory of fluctuations

  • Prof. Yuriy Rubo, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Vortices in multicomponent fluids

  • Prof. Igor Lukyanchuk, Universite d'Amiens, Dirac fermions in graphene and graphite

  • Prof. Michail Portnoi, University of Exeter, Carbon nanotubes and quantum donuts

  • Prof. Nikolay Gippius, Universite Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, Bistability and multistability in microcavities

  • Prof. Kirill Kavokin, Ioffe Institute, Spin dynamics of optical excitations in semiconductors

  • Prof. Alexey Kavokin, University of Southampton, Collective effects in Bose-Fermi systems

  • Prof. Igor Bondarev, North Carolina Central University, Surface electromagnetic phenomena in pristine and atomically doped carbon nanotubes

  • Prof. Alberto Bramati, University of Paris VI, Quantum effects and spin dynamics with microcavity-polaritons: from superfluidity to spin switches

  • Prof. Ivan Shelykh, University of Iceland, One dimensional transport

  • Prof. Jeremy Baumberg, University of cambridge, Plasmon-enhanced photovoltaics

  • Prof. Sergey Gurevich, Ioffe Institute, Si-based photovoltaics: new structures and approaches

  • Dr. Masha Vladimirova, Universite Montpellier II, Dynamics of collective spin excitations in diluted magnetic quantum wells

  • Prof. Andrey Akimov, University of Nottingham, The application of ultrafast acoustics to nanophotonics

  • Prof. Mike Kaliteevskii, University of Durham, Negative refraction of light in photonic crystals

  • Prof. Boris Altshuler, Columbia University New York, Many body localisation

  • Dr. Nika Akopian, Delft University of Technology, Quantum opto-electronics with nanowires and quantum dots

  • Dr. Olivia Pulci, University of Rome II, Tackling real systems by ab-initio methods: electronic and optical properties of 0-3D systems within many-body perturbation theory

  • Mr. Benjamin Hoeffling, Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Jena, Band discontinuities at Si / transparent conducting oxide interfaces from ab-initio quasiparticle calculations

  • Prof. Aldo Di Carlo, University of Rome II, New technologies for organic photovoltaics

  • Prof. Zhosef Panosyan, SEUA, Armenia, A new Si-based photovoltaics with nanocomposite carbon films

  • Prof. Eduard Kazaryan, Armenian-Russian University, Yerevan, Armenia, Ellipsoidal quantum dots

  • Prof. Zhanghai Chen, Fudan University, Shanghai, Quantum chaos and its control in solid state environment

  • Dr. Yoan Leger, EPFL, Lausanne, Probing the excitations of a coherent polariton gas

  • Prof. Leonid Butov, University of California at San Diego, Cold excitons

  • Dr. Marzena Szymanska, University of Warwick, Novel superfluid phenomena in semiconductor microcavities