We invite master and PhD students to participate in the mini-workshop on frontiers of modern physics with a focus on photonics.
You will have an opportunity to present your own research work during the poster session. For that, please submit an abstract (see Registration & Abstract Submission). Interesting presentations on all topics of physics are welcome. English is a preferable language though Ukrainian and Russian are also acceptable. Note that the abstract and presentation are not compulsory, and you can join as a listener.
The authors of the most interesting abstracts will be invited to give a 5-minute elevator speech, which implies an explantion of your research work in the plain language. Four strong presentations will be rewarded and the author of the best one will have an opportunity to visit the laboratory of magneto-optics at Uppsala University, Sweden
(travel-related cost will be covered).
- Vitaliy Goryashko (Uppsala University, Sweden)
- Alexey Nikitin (CIC Nanogune/ DIPC/ Ikerbasque, Spain)
- Vyacheslav Khardikov (V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine)
The event is supported by:
School of Radiophysics, Biomedical Electronics
and Computer Systems
Participation is free of charge. Lunch,
shacks and coffee are provided.