22.01.2018

Plenary & Invited

Plenary speakers

William E.
Moerner
Stanford University, USA,
Professor of Chemistry
Single molecules across the decades, from low temperature, to 3D imaging and tracking in sells, to solution photodynamics

Earle K. Plyler Prize for Molecular Spectroscopy (2001),
Harry S. Mosher Professor (2003),
Professor, by courtesy, of Applied Physics (2005),
Wolf Prize in Chemistry (2008),
Irving Langmuir Award in Chemical Physics (2009),
Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award (2012),
Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry (2013),
Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2014)

Michel
Orrit
University of Leiden, Netherlands,
Professor of Spectroscopy
of molecules in condensed
matter
Looking back on 28 years of cryogenic single-molecule experiments

Hans Sigrist Prize (1998),
Gay-Lussac-Humboldt Prize (2000),
Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer lecture and medal (2007),
Physica Prize (2016),
Edison Volta Prize (2016),
Spinoza Prize (2017)
 

Invited speakers

Ilya
Akimov
Technische Universität Dortmund,
Germany
Photon echoes and coherent magnetooptical phenomena in semiconductors

Thomas
Basche
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz,
Germany
Gold Nanoparticle dimers bridged by a Chlorophyll protein: Plasmonic enhancement of the Chlorophyll emission.

Pavel
Bushev
Universität des Saarlandes,
Germany

Decoherence mechanisms of rare-earth doped crystals at ultra-low temperatures

Miroslav
Dramićanin
Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences,
Belgrade,
Serbia


Schemes for the Read-out of Temperature from Luminescence

Philippe
Goldner
Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris,
France


Long lived optical and spin coherences in rare earth doped nanomaterials

Gregory
Golzman
Moscow State Pedagogical University,
Russia


High efficient superconducting single-photon detectors for single quantum emitters in IR range

Vladimir
Hižnjakov
University of Tartu, Estonia
On the use of twisted photons for spectroscopy of impurity centers in crystals

Ryszard
Jankowiak
Kansas State University,
USA


Impact of single point mutations on the excitonic structure and dynamics in Fenna-Matthews-Olson complex

Jürgen
Köhler
University of Bayreuth,
Germany

Light controls Light: Single molecules as optical switches

Masaru
Kuno
University of Notre Dame,
USA


Single nanostructure extinction spectroscopy

Alfred J.
Meixner
Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen,
Germany
Single emitters in optical micro-resonators

Aleks
Rebane
Montana State University,
USA


Multiphoton spectroscopy: An optical window into molecular electrostatics

Vahid
Sandoghdar
Institute of Optics, Information and Photonics,
Erlangen,
Germany


Single emitters coupled with plasmonic structures*

Martin
Vacha
Tokyo Institute of Technology,
Japan


Photophysics and electroluminescence of single nanocrystals of halide perovskites and related nanomaterials

* – to be confirmed later

 

The list is under preparation.

Additional talks will be selected by the International Advisory and Program Committee upon submission of all abstracts.