DPC 2022 organizers would like to invite you to partner events taking place in the summer of 2022.
The 7th International Workshop on Advanced Spectroscopy and Optical Materials (IWASOM) starts on Sunday, July 10, 2022, and finishes on Friday, July 15, 2022. The Workshop will be held at the University of Gdańsk in Gdańsk-Oliwa. IWASOM will provide an international meeting for exchanging information on advanced spectral methods, optical devices, physics and chemistry of novel optical materials and related applications. The scientific program will consist of key lectures (30 min), invited lectures (30 min), oral (15 min) and poster presentations.
The IWASOM Conference will continue the tradition established by the previous six meetings organized at the University of Gdańsk.
The ICOM 2022 Conference brings together scientists and technology users who investigate or develop materials for optical applications. The conference presents the state of the art in preparation methods, optical characterization, and usage of optical materials and devices in various photonic fields. The Organizing Committee would like to invite you to the 6th International Conference on the Physics of Optical Materials and Devices (ICOM 2022) which is to be held in Igalo, Herceg Novi, Montenegro, from 29th of August to 2nd of September 2022, and is organized by the Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, University of Belgrade (Serbia), Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matiere Condensée de Paris (France), Institut de Chimie de Clermont-Ferrand (France) and the Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research Polish Academy of Sciences in Wrocław (Poland).
The conference was originally initiated as a conference on the spectroscopy method of "Persistent Spectral Hole Burning" and developed soon into a meeting of the international single-molecule spectroscopy community. This is testified by the regular participation of the two pioneers of the field W.E. Moerner (Stanford University, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014) and M. Orrit (University of Leiden, Spinoza Prize 2017), who have already agreed to attend also the conference in 2021. The conference itself is held every three years and hosts about 150 scientists from all over the world. It focuses mainly on spectroscopy rather than imaging of single quantum objects, and the topics covered include, for example, single ions and defect centres in solids, nanooptics and plasmonics, as well as the energetics and dynamics of biomolecules and quantum dots.
The upcoming conference is the 14th in its series; previous conferences were organized in Switzerland, Japan, France, Taiwan, USA, Australia, Germany, Estonia, and Russia.