[:en]Laser Physics and Optoelectronics[:]

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General information

The invention of the laser is one of the greatest achievements of the twentieth century. Lasers have found now a wide range of practical applications. Modern optoelectronics, with the laser physics as a basis, creates the systems of transmitting, receiving, storing, processing and displaying information that are based on the synthesis of optical and electrical methods.
This opens up new possibilities for the methods of encoding, storage and transformation of the information, and provides the advanced functionality that cannot be achieved by traditional technical means, such as:

  1. Laser communication system.
  2. Fiber optic communication lines for the transmission of large amounts of information
  3. New possibilities of realizing nanodevices, laser nanopinsers
  4. Photonic crystals as metamaterials with unique parameters, and the creation on their basis of
    fundamentally new devices
  5. Photonic computers.
  6. Optoelectronics for biomedical applications.

Traditional participants in the conference are scientists from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, from specialized institutes of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Institute of Physics, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Institute of Semiconductor Physics and others), from leading Ukrainian universities (Kharkiv, Lviv and others), and from foreign universities (Krakov, Bratislava and others).

Scientific program

  1. Laser physics.
  2. Lasers in applied physics research.
  3. New laser-optical devices and technologies.
  4. Laser and optoelectronic systems for transferring information.
  5. Methods of optical processing and transformation of information.
  6. New materials in the laser physics and optoelectronics.
  7. Optoelectronics of multilayer media, photonic crystals, nanooptics.
  8. Semiconductor optoelectronics.
  9. Non-linear and quantum optics.
  10. Acoustooptics, controlling of light flows.

Organizing Committee

  1. V.I. Grygoruk, Dr. Sci. (Phys.–Math.), Prof.
  2. P.A. Korotkov, Dr. Sci. (Phys.–Math.), Prof.
  3. V.V. Obukhovsky, Dr. Sci. (Phys.–Math.), Prof.
  4. V.S. Ovechko, Dr. Sci. (Phys.–Math.), Prof.
  5. S.M. Savenkov, Ph.D. (Phys.–Math.), Assoc. prof.
  6. Yu.O. Pervak, Dr. Sci. (Phys.–Math.), Prof.
  7. V.I. Kyslenko, Ph.D. (Phys.–Math.), Assoc. prof.
  8. Ye.M. Smyrnov, Ph.D. (Phys.–Math.), Assoc. prof.

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