Invited speakers


Dr.Rotraut MerkleMax-Planck Institute, GermanyMechanistic insight into oxygen exchange on mixed conducting oxides from experiments and theory


Prof.Claes-Goran GranqvistUppsala University, SwedenGreen nanotechnologies forenergy efficient buildings: A sketch
Prof.Cristina LeonelliDepartment of Materials and Environmental Engineering, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, ItalyIndustrial scale microwave-assisted production of nanoparticles
Prof.Eugene KotominMax Planck Institute, GermanyComputer modeling of oxygen incorporation into permeation membranes and SOCF cathode
Prof.Juras BanysFaculty of Physics, Vilnius University, LithuaniaTwo dimensional distribution of the relaxation times
Prof.Kurt SchwartzGSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research, GermanySwift heavy ion tracks in dielectrics and their possible applications for nanotechnologhy
Prof.Niels E.ChristensenInstitute of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, Denmark

Band-gap “design” of semiconducting nitride alloys

Prof.Robert EvarestovSt. Petersburg State university, Chemistry Department, RussiaSymmetry and Structure of SrTiO3 Nanotubes
Prof.Saulius JursenasInstitute of Applied Research, LithuaniaTailoring the photopysical properties of multifunctional molecular systems
Prof.Svetlana KulkovaInstitute of Strength Physics and Materials Science, RussiaHalogen Adsorption on III-V Semiconductor (001) Surface
Prof.Trepakov Vladimir Institute of Physics AS CR, Czech Republic; Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute  RAS, RussiaChromium Centers in SrTiO3: Properties, Problems and new Data
Prof.Wolfgang KleemannUniversity Duisburg-Essen, GermanySupermagnetic states of nanoparticles
Dr.Witold LojkowskiInstitute of High Pressure Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, PolandOptical oxygen nano-sensor
Dr.Regina DittmannPeter Grünberg Institute, GermanyScaling potential of local redox-processes in memristive
SrTiO3 thin film devices
Dr.Jan Petzelt Institute of Physics ASCR, Czech RepublicWide-range dielectric spectroscopy of BaTiO3-based nanoceramics and various nanocomposites
Dr.Jeorg ZimmermannInstitute of Materials- and Geo Science, Darmstadt University of Technology, GermanyRole of oxygen and the fluorine-bromine ratio in the storage mechanism of BaFBr:Eu2+
Dr.José M. SerraInstitute of Chemical Technology, SpainCatalytic Surface Activation of Oxygen Transport Membranes
Dr.Michel FreyssCEA Cadarache, FranceFirst-Principles Study of Uranium and Oxygen Diffusion in Uranium Dioxide UO2
Dr.Olgerts DumbrajsInstitute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia, LatviaEuropean gyrotrons for ITER
Dr.Peter V. HendriksenRisø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, DenmarkOxygen transport membranes – from material parameters to application oriented devices
Dr.Stéphane RolsInstitut Laue Langevin, FranceSelected examples of molecular confinement using nanocarbon hosts
Dr.Wilhelm A. MeulenbergInstitute of Energy and Climate Research, GermanyThin film mixed ionic electronic conducting membranes for oxygen separation
Dr.Yuri ZhukovskiiInstitute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia, LatviaFirst-principles simulations on initial stage of uranium nitride surface oxidation