In the framework of MPLP 2018 International school on laser physics and photonics for young scientists will be organized for young scientists (students, PhD students, PhD and others under 35 years old). The school will be held from 29 August to 31 August in Novosibirsk, in the House of Scientists and Novosibirsk State University.
Several top-ranking scientists (see a preliminary list below) will deliver invited lectures on “hot” topics of modern laser physics and applications.
Young scientists will also have an opportunity to make oral presentations within young scientists school.
The School theses will be published in proceedings of the school. In addition, a competition of reports among undergraduate students and PhD students will be held. The winners of the competition will be able to publish articles in leading journals: Laser Physics (in English) or Quantum Electronics (in Russian). Detailed information will be given later.
All participants (as listener or speaker) are welcome to free visit, but registration is required.
The topic of the report can coincide with the your poster report if you are a participant of the MPLP 2018 conference.
MPLP-2018 International school Agenda Final (view / download, pdf)
MPLP-2018 International school Program (view / download, pdf)
MPLP-2018 International school for young scientists TECHNICAL DIGEST (view / download, pdf)
Preliminary list of lectures
|Name||Organization||Title of a Lecture|
|Sergei Arakelian||Vladimir State University, Vladimir, Russia||LECTURE: «New dimensional cluster physics for the laser-induced topological nanostructure thin films on solid surface: basic principles and possible applications».|
|Nicolò Beverini||Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita' di Pisa, Italy||LECTURE: “Optical gyroscopes: application to Geodesy, Earth Science, and
|Martial Ducloy||Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers, Universite Paris-Nord, France||LECTURE: Doppler-free monitoring of electric quadrupole transitions in atomic vapours.|
|Sergei Kulik||Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia||LECTURE: Quantum Interference: Spectroscopy Applications|
|Gerd Leuchs||Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany||LECTURE: Calculating Correlation Functions from Phase Space Distributions|
|Ekkehard Peik||PTB, Braunschweig, Germany||LECTURE: Exciting nuclei with lasers.|
|Hélène Perrin||Université Paris 13, Villetaneuse, France||LECTURE: Adiabatic potentials for rf-dressed ultracold atoms|
|Igor Ryabtsev||Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Russia||LECTURE: Quantum information with single atoms and photons.