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2010

Excited States of Transitions Elements (ESTE 2010), Wroclaw & Piechowice, 04 - 09 September 2010

Organized jointly by:

  • Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wroclaw
  • Faculty of Chemistry, Wroclaw Univeristy, Wroclaw, Poland
  • Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland
  • Wroclaw University of Economics, Wroclaw, Poland
  • Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+, Wroclaw, Poland

The ESTE 2010 conference combined with the Workshop on Luminescence will be held in Piechowice located just at the edge of Szklarska Poręba, a well known resort of Poland. The event will take place in September 04-09, 2010. The conference is devoted to all aspects of luminescence and luminescent materials. Novel fabrication technologies and techniques, studies of broadly understood optical properties of materials – single crystals, powders, sintered ceramics, nanostructures, glasses, amorphous systems – will be covered. State of the art of theoretical fundamental and applied research will be presented. The contributions will be divided into plenary lectures oral and poster presentations. The conference will be combined with a Workshop on Luminescence within which the leading scientists in the field will give lectures on fundamental aspects of the luminescence phenomena.

Conference Topics

  • Phosphors' synthesis
  • Single crystals, powders, ceramics, glasses, amorphous materials, nanosize luminescence materials/compounds/systems
  • Luminescence phenomena
  • Characterization techniques of luminescence materials and compounds
  • Theory of luminescence
  • Radiative and nonradiative processes
  • Persistent luminescence, storage phosphors
  • Synchrotron radiation in the research of luminescence processes

http://este2010.chem.uni.wroc.pl/

 


2008


Karpacz, Poland
21-26 September 2008

Organized jointly by:

  • The Conference is devoted to the different aspects of novel rare earth materials. In particular the scope of conference includes the technology of fabrication of rare earth materials and the studies of their fundamental optical, electric and magnetic properties in view of their applications. The Conference is a continuation of our earlier conferences subjected to rare earth materials – ESTE (Excited States of Transition Elements) and SSRES (Structure and Spectroscopy of Rare Earth Systems).
    The conference aims to provide by plenary lectures a broad overview of the current state of the art in the theory and practical applications of physical phenomena in the rare earth and transition metal elements. Contributed lectures will emphasize the most recent developments. There will be poster sessions directed towards problems still in the course of solution.

    http://apollo.int.pan.wroc.pl/remat2008/

     


    2006

    6th International Conference on f-elements

    4-9th September 2006, Wrocla

    Organized jointly by:

    • Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wroclaw
    • Faculty of Chemistry, Wroclaw Univeristy, Wroclaw, Poland
    • Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland
    • Wroclaw University of Economics, Wroclaw, Poland
    • Marshal's Office of Lower Silesian Voivodship, Wroclaw, Poland
    International Conference on f-elements (IC fe) is backed by the European Rare Earth and Actinide Society, a non-profit association founded in 1989 in Lausanne. The scope of the conference covers research in the fundamental and applied aspects of physics and chemistry of both 4f and 5f elements. Previous events were held in Leuven (1990), Helsinki (1994), Paris (1997), Madrid (2000) and Geneva (2003). This conference is held every three years in close coordination with other international conferences on rare earths (Rare Earths 2004, Nara; Rare Earth Research Conference, Keystone, 2005). The 6th International Conference on f-elements will be held in Wrocław, one of the oldest and most beautiful towns in Poland.

    The conference sessions will run in parallel following each plenary lecture. Plenary lectures will present their views on exciting new topics. There are eight sessions planned:

    • Modern Materials in Biomedical Applications (Session chairs : I.Hemmilä, D.Parker and J.P.Riehl)
    • Spectroscopy, Lasers, Optics, Nonlinear Effects (Session chairs : G.Boulon, A.A.Kaminskii and A.Suchocki)
    • Synthesis, Structure, Defects and Ionic Liquids/Liquid Crystals (Session chairs: A. Meijerink, K.Binnemans and Z.Ciunik)
    • Coordination, Organic and Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis (Session chairs: J.-C.G.Bünzli and P.Roesky)
    • Magnetism (Session chairs : D.Gatteschi, R.Troc and W.Suski)
    • Nano-technology and New Applications (Session chairs : M.Bettinelli and E.Zych)
    • Solid State Chemistry, Intermetallic Compounds and Fuel Cells (Session chairs : G.Meyer and I.Kosacki)
    • Theory and Molecular Modelling (Session chairs : O.Malta, M.Reid and L.Smentek)

     


    2003

    2nd International Conference on Sol-Gel Materials Research, Technology, Applications.

    Wroclaw - Szklarska Poreba, 15-20 June 2003

    Organized jointly by

    • Centre of Excellence 'Sol-Gel Materials and Nanotechnology'
    • Institute of Material Science and Applied Mechanics, Wrocław University of Technology
    • Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences in Wrocław
    SGM2003 is an interdisciplinary meeting aimed as a platform for information exchange between practically and theoretically oriented scientists interested in materials obtained by the sol-gel technique. Researchers in chemistry, physics, materials and live sciences involved in design, synthesis, evaluation and applications of sol-gel materials will have a choice of the following subjects covered by the Conference:
    • chemistry of silicate and non-silicate sol-gels
    • technology doped sol-gel materials
    • biomaterials
    • optoelectronic and laser applications
    • sensors
    • spectroscopy and electrochemistry
    • nanomaterials
    • environmental aspects

     


    2003

    4th RES 4th International Spring Workshop on Spectroscopy, Structure and Synthesis of Rare Earth Systems

    Wroclaw - Ladek Zdroj, Poland, 21-26 June 200

    Organized jointly by :

    • the Faculty of Chemistry, University of Wroclaw, F. Joliot-Curie 14, 50-383 Wroclaw, Poland (FChUWr),
    • the Institute for Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Okolna 2, 50-442 Wrocław (INTiBS PAN),
    • the Wroclaw University of Technology and the Wroclaw Academy of Economics.

    Topics:

    • structure of rare earth compounds
    • spectroscopy of rare earth doped materials
    • theoretical studies of phenomena involving rare earth ions
    • novel materials: sol-gels, glasses, nanocrystals, polymers
    • bioinorganic lanthanide compounds
    • applications
    • new laser materials
    • interfacial effects in nanostructured materials

    Special session : Judd-Ofelt theory - birthday celebration Guests of honor: Brian R. Judd and George S. Ofelt Together for the first time ever! MC: Brian G. Wybourne Hostess: Lidia Smentek

     


    2001


    5th International Conference on Excited States of Transition Elements

    6-11 June 2001
    Wroclaw - Ladek Zdroj Poland

    Organized jointly by :

    • Institute for Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław
    • Faculty of Chemistry, Wrocław University
    • Wrocław University of Technology
    • Wrocław University of Economics
    • Polish Physical Society
    The conference aims to provide by pleanary lectures a broad overview of the current state of the art in the theory and practical applications of optical phenomena in the rare earth and transition metal elements. Contributed lectures will emphasize the most recent developments. There will be poster sessions directed towards problems still in the course of solution.
    The following areas will be emphasized:
    • luminescent materials
    • nanosize structures
    • nonlinear phenomena in crystals
    • active sol-gel glasses
    • nonradiative and vibronic interactions
    • energy transfer, up- and down-conversion
    • luminescent sensors
    • activated fibers
    • scintillators
    • new laser materials
    • new applications

     


    2001

    International Conference on SOL-GEL MATERIALS Research, Technology, Applications

    13 - 16 June 2001
    Wrocław - Rokosowo, Poland

    Organized by

    • Institute of Material Sciences and Technical Mechanics, Wrocław University of Technology
    • Institute for Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences


    SGM2001 is an interdisciplinary meeting aimed as a platform for information exchange between practically and theoretically oriented scientists interested in materials obtained by the sol-gel technique. Researchers in chemistry, physics, materials and live sciences involved in design, synthesis, evaluation and applications of sol-gel materials will have a choice of the following subjects covered by the Conference:

    • chemistry of silicate and non-silicate sol-gels technology
    • doped sol-gel materials
    • biomaterials
    • optoelectronic and laser applications
    • sensors
    • spectroscopy and electrochemistry
    • nanomaterials
    • environmental aspects
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 April 2010 13:31