Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia
Welcome to Belgrade
You are cordially invited to participate at the International School and Conference on Photonics - PHOTONICA2015 that will take place in Belgrade (August 24 - 28, 2015). PHOTONICA2015 will include five days of plenary/tutorial talks, keynote and invited lectures, progress reports, contributed oral and poster presentations.It is conceived as a school for educating young scientists and the conference facilitating the exchange of new ideas and knowledge in cutting-edge research in Europe and beyond. It brings together not only the scientists from academic and government research institutions, but also the partners from high-tech industry. This concept proved to be very successful in the last three meetings, with participation of more than 150 eminent scientists and young researchers from the field of photonics.
This PHOTONICA2015 will include two COST Actions:
We are looking forward to seeing you at PHOTONICA2015 in August 2015!
Important: The Deadline for submission of manuscript is extended until October 14, 2015.
Important: In order to submit a manuscript please log in here and proceed. Please, strictly follow given instructions there and prepare the manuscript in LaTeX form, using the following template, or in MS Word, using the following template. Restriction on number of pages is 12 for tutorial, keynote and invited speakers and 6 for the regular participants. Deadline for submission is October 8, 2015.
Selected peer reviewed contributions will be published in a Special Issue of Optical and Quantum Electronics on the subject of Advances in the science of light.
PHOTONICA2015 Best Poster Prize Winners:
1. Sanja Radosavljevic, Photonic Research Group, Ghent University, Belgium
Efficient grating couplers for the 5um wavelength range implemented on a Ge on Si or Ge on SOI waveguide platform for midIR sensing applications
2. Stefan Stamenkovic, Center for Laser Microscopy, Institute for Physiology and Biochemestry, Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Imaging glial activation and tissue metal composition in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
3. Nataliya Berberova, Institute of Optical Materials and Technologies, Sofia, Bulgaria
Optically addressed spatial light modulator assembled by organic-inorganic hybrid structure
First awarded won 200 euros from European Physical Society (EPS) and all three winners are awarded by Nature Publishing Group with annual subscription to Nature Photonics.
Confirmed Plenary/Tutorial Speakers:
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Edik U. Rafailov
Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Vladimir Marko Stojanovic
More information on Lectures
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