Confirmed Keynote Speakers

  • M. Barańska (Kraków, Poland)
  • Raman spectroscopy to improve patient diagnosis and prognosis

  • R. Fausto (Coimbra, Portugal)
  • Probing radical and nitrene intermediates in narrowband UV-induced photoreactions in cryogenic inert matrices.

  • M. Ferrari (Trento, Italy)
  • Glasses and Glass-ceramics for photonics: advances and perspectives

  • H.M. Heise (Dortmund, Germany)
  • Mid-infrared ATR-sensor developments based on silver halide fibers for spectrometric process analysis and applications in medical sciences and microbiology

  • K.C. Gordon (Dunedin, New Zealand)
  • Generating long-lived charge-separated excited states from blended organic, inorganic chromophore systems: a spectroscopic and computational study.

  • S. Jurga (Poznań, Poland)
  • Block copolymers in nanoscience: microscopy and spectroscopy

Confirmed Invited Speakers

  • H. Abramczyk (Łódź, Poland)
  • Nanooncology: Raman imaging and atomic force microscopy as a tool for proteomic, lipidomic, glycomic, epigenetic studies. The biochemical, nanomechanical and chemometric signatures of brain, breast and colon cancers

  • R. Antoine (Lyon, France)
  • Fascinating linear and nonlinear optical properties of atomically precise "molecular-like" metal nanoclusters

  • P. Borowski (Lublin, Poland)
  • Solvent effects on the vibrational spectra of dioxane - theory vs. experiment

  • F. D’Amico (Trieste, Italy)
  • Synchrotron-based UV resonant Raman scattering experiments: a powerful way to better investigate the structural conformation in bio-macromolecules

  • V. Dzhagan (Chemnitz, Germany)
  • Strongly 2D-confined phonons and their overtones in colloidal nanoplatelets

  • E. Gałuskin (Sosnowiec, Poland)
  • New minerals as potential prototypes for advanced materials: Raman investigation of hexagonal broken antiperovskite with a modular structure derived from hatrurite

  • A. Kaczor (Kraków, Poland)
  • Raman imaging of endothelial cells – an insight into pathologies of circulatory system in in vitro model studies

  • M. Kubicki (Poznań, Poland)
  • Different cationic forms of (-)cytisinium in the crystal structures of its simple salts

  • Ł. Kurpaska (Otwock-Świerk, Poland)
  • Implementation of GIXRD analysis and nanoindenation technique to study functional properties of materials – ODS case study

  • Z. Latajka (Wrocław, Poland)
  • Advanced theoretical modelling of selected model nanosystems

  • T. Łojewski (Kraków, Poland)
  • Towards a new reference material for microfading spectrometry of art objects

  • J. Łojewska (Kraków, Poland)
  • Coupled AFM/Raman microscopic systems for analysis of solid surfaces

  • M. Malinowski (Warszawa, Poland)
  • Multisite luminescence of rare earth ions doped Y4Al2O9 (YAM) crystals

  • M. Mazur (Warszawa, Poland)
  • Hybrid colloidal particles

  • T. Mori (Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Terahertz-band spectroscopy investigation of boson peak in glassy glucose

  • K. Nakagawa (Hirosaki, Japan)
  • X-band EPR imaging characterization of psoriasis vulgaris skin

  • J. Pisarska (Katowice, Poland)
  • Rare earth-doped barium gallo-germanate glasses and their luminescence properties

  • J. Ryczkowski (Lublin, Poland)
  • IR photoacoustic spectroscopy – a tool for catalysts characterization

  • D. Wróbel (Poznań, Poland)
  • Donor-acceptor systems of porphyrin-like chromophores with quantum dot and fullerene