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  • II International Young Scientists Conference on "Low Temperature Physics” (Jun 6-10, 2011)

    General Information

     

       
     

     
     

    The 2-nd International conference for young scientists "Low Temperature Physics” was held traditionally at the Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (ILTPE NASU). The main goals of the conference, as a previous years, were to help young scientists and students from different research institutes and universities to get in touch with each other, to listen to review talks on hot topics presented by leading scientists, and to try their own skills in scientific presentations. This second international conference ICYS-LTP-2011 gathered near 150 young scientists. Most of them were from different parts of Ukraine, 20 from FSU and European Countries as well as Czech Republic, Germany, Russia etc.

    As usual, session on Optics and Photonics (OP) was held due to the support of OSA/SPIE Joint Chapter of Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics. In addition, conference was supported by IEEE Magnetics and IEEE MTT-S Student Chapters.

     

     Preliminary program of the OP Session included:

    Invited Lecturer from OSA: Dr. Charles W. Clark, Joint Quantum institute, National Institute of Standards and technology and the University of Maryland, USA, "Next generation Atomtronics”

    Invited Lecturer from IEEE Magnetic: Dr. Axel Hoffman, Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, USA, "PURE SPIN CURRENTS: DISCHARGING SPINTRONICS”

    Invited Lecturer: Prof. Longin N. Lisetski, Institute for Scintillation Materials STC "Institute for Single Crystals” NAS of Ukraine, "DISPERSIONS OF CARBON NANOTUBES IN LIQUID CRYSTALS AS A NEW CLASS OF COMPOSITE NANOMATERIALS”



     
     
    Opening ceremony. Director of Institute speach with translation.

     

    Invited lecture by Prof. Rogacki Krzysztof at Plenary session. And Invited lecture by
    Prof. Peter Lemmens 


    Poster sessions 
     



     

     
     
     
     
    Optics and Photonics session

    Invited talks

    This year we had great opportunity to listen 3 outstanding lectures in frame of invited lecturer programs from SPIE, OSA and IEEE. All of lectures were devoted to hot topics at modern science and were very interesting and useful for all participants of Conference. Some photo from these lections you can see below.

    Invited lecturer from IEEE Magnetic – Dr. Axel Hoffman, "PURE SPIN CURRENTS: DISCHARGING SPINTRONICS”. In this lecture, Axel discussed different approaches for generating pure spin currents, such as non-local electrical injection from a ferromagnet, charge-to-spin current conversion via spin Hall effects, and spin pumping from ferromagnetic resonance.



    Invited lecturer from OSA – Dr. Charles W. Clark, lecture "NEXT GENERATION ATOMTRONICS”. Lecture was devoted to multifunctional materials in which control of one physical characteristic induces changes in another, quite different property. And ultracold atomic systems which can overcome many physical limitations of real materials by exploiting flexible control of interatomic forces, flexible control of optical lattice structure and of lattice-atom interactions, and of sample preparation techniques which skirt the constraints of bulk thermodynamics.



     

    Invited talk – Prof. Longin N. Lisetski presented lecture named "DISPERSIONS OF CARBON NANOTUBES IN LIQUID CRYSTALS AS A NEW CLASS OF COMPOSITE NANOMATERIALS”. This lecture describes dispersions of carbon nanotubes in liquid crystals as an example of new materials emerging in the course of extensive studies in the fields of nanophysics and nanotechnology.







    Participants

     

     

    Special Coffee-break from OSA & SPIE


     
    Young Scientist Workshop

     




    Now it is a good tradition to hold Young Scientist Workshop in frame of each International Conference for Young Scientists "Low Temperature Physics”.  This time Young Scientist Workshop was being held during two days
    . First part of Workshop was devoted to professional development of conference participants. Due to the SPIE Traveling Lecturer Program the participants of the conference were able to hear a very useful lecture of Dr. Jean-luc Duomont, Founding partner Principiae, Belgium "STRUCTURING YOUR SCIENTIFIC REPORT”. This lecture was read at 7-th June. It was amazing lecture, so bright and clear. All scientists, especially young, got a possibility to supplement their experience in very important field – writing articles and other scientific papers. This lecture was immediately translated by our leading scientist Prof. Mikhail Strzhemechny to Russian language for much better understanding. You can see photos from this lecture bellow. 

    Invited lecturer from SPIE - Dr. Jean-luc Doumont , 
    "STRUCTURING YOUR SCIENTIFIC PAPER” 


     

    Next part of Workshop was taking place at 9-th June. This part of Workshops pursues one's object – show students their perspectives and possibilities in their professional life. With that point in view there are two lections have been held. In these lections Axel Hoffman and Charles W. Clark told us about IEEE and OSA and possibilities for students in these societies. Both of reports were very interesting and informative for our young scientists. And some photos from Young Scientist Workshop you can see below:

    Dr. Charles W. Clark, "Optical Society of America – benefits for students and scientists”

     
    Ph.D Hoffmann Axel - "About IEEE Magnetics Society and its work”

    Workshop participants
     
    Social Program: Welcome PartY!!!!!

     

    Invited talk – Prof. Longin N. Lisetski presented lecture named "DISPERSIONS OF CARBON NANOTUBES IN LIQUID CRYSTALS AS A NEW CLASS OF COMPOSITE NANOMATERIALS”. This lecture describes dispersions of carbon nanotubes in liquid crystals as an example of new materials emerging in the course of extensive studies in the fields of nanophysics and nanotechnology.

    Friendly air and good mood…


    Conference Group Photos!!!

     

     

     
    Closing and awardees

     




    4. The contest on the Best Young Scientist Presentation in Optics and Photonics Award ( 8 June 2010 )

     

    In frame of Optics and Photonics session at I International Conference for Young Scientist "Low Temperature Physics –2010” was held the Contest on the best Young Scientist presentation in Optics and Photonics field. During the Optic and Photonic session 2 best reports was chosen. The lead scientist of Institute in Optics field was invited as Independent judges. Our Joint IRE OSA & SPIE Student Chapter prepared special prizes for winners. It was Special certificate, Flash-discs and money prize: 150$ for 1-st place and 100$ for 2-nd place. And, of course, for Optics and Photonic session participants from the other city were organized a travel grants.




    I place – Viktor Zoryanskiy

    II place - Denis Zloba

    Symphony concert

     
     
    OSA Advertising materials
    Book of Abstract, Notebook and Calendar with OSA logo

    Thanks OSA
    for support!!!

     
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