Raman scattering in materials science
Raman spectroscopy is one of the fastest growing analytical techniques in use today. The conference is focused on the recent progress in the various fields of Raman scattering spectroscopy investigation of properties of different kind of materials. It covers the wide range of frequencies (from IR through visible to X-rays) and includes the following fields of research.
Dobrowolski W, Instytut Fizyki PAN, Warszawa, Poland, Co-chairman
Dohčević – Mitrović Z, Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia, Scientific secretary
Iliev M, Texas Center for Superconductivity, USA
Kiefer W, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
Kudelski A, The Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, Poland
Liarokapis E, NTU, Athens, Greece
Loosdrecht P, University of Groningen, Groningen ,The Netherland
Lottici P. P, Physics Department - University of Parma, Parma, Italy
Raptis Y, NTU, Athens, Greece
Popović Z. V, Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia, Chairman
Sooryakumar R, Departemnt of Physics; Ohio State University , USA, Co-chairman
Stępniewski R, Institute of Physics, Warsaw University, Poland
Trodhal J, University of Welington, New Zeland
Zerbi G, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
M. Cardona, MPI-FKF, Stuttgart, Germany: Phonon Line Widths and their Dependence on Temperature and Isotopic Mass.
M. Krisch, ESRF, Grenoble, France: Lattice dynamics studies by inelastic X-ray scattering,
W. Kiefer, Uni-Würzburg, Germany: Raman-Mie scattering from spherical microparticles
H. Van der Zant, Delft University of Technology.
K. Kikoin, I Tel-Aviv University.
Rudolf Pfeiffer, Universitat Wien, Fakultat fur Physik, Austria: Materials Engineering inside carbon nanotubes.
Aneta Slodczyk, LADIR-CNRS (LADIR), Thiais, France: Raman intensity: an important tool in the study of nanomaterials and nanostructures.
Mile Ivanda, Ruđer Boković Institute, Croatia: Low frequency Raman scattering in characterization of nanostructured materials.
Jonathan E. Spanier, Drexel University, USA: Raman spectroscopy involving individual single- and multi-component semiconductor nanowires.
Guy Lucazeau, LEPMI, Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, Cedex, France: Raman study of phase transitions of amorphization process induced by high pressure on Gd(MoO4)3.
Peter Lemmens, Inst. of Condensed Matter Physics, University of Technology of Braunschweig, 38106 Braunschweig, Germany: Correlated electrons and competing interactions in Raman scatteringAndres Cantarero, University of Valencia, Valencia,Spain: Micro-Raman scattering in semiconductor nanostructures.
M. Mączka, Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław, Poland: Phonon properties and structural phase transitions in ferroelectrics - high pressure Raman scattering studies.
Adnen Mlayah, CEMES-CNRS (CEMES-CNRS )Toulouse, France: Acoustic vibrations for nanoscale metrology.
Malgorzata Makowska-Janusik, Institute of Physics, Jan Dlugosz University, Czestochowa, Poland: Numerical simulations of Raman spectra as a tool in nanometarial science.
Michele Marrocco, ENEA, Rome, Italy: Non-linear Raman spectroscopy of molecular hydrogen.
Danilo Bersani, Physics Department, University of Parma, Italy: Micro-Raman/XAS study of V2O5/WO3 nanostructured thin films for electro-chromic applications.
Andrzej Wysmolek, Institute of Experimental Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland: Magnetoplasma and impurity excitation in GaAs studied by resonant Raman scattering in high magnetic fields.
Jose Menendez, Department of Physics, Arizona State University, USA: "Raman spectra of group - IV semiconductor alloys: from basic physics to applications".
Milan Konstantinovic, Studiecentrum voor Kernenergie/Centre d’Etude de l’Energie Nucle´aire, Mol, Belgium: Raman scattering in the materials with strong electron correlations.Ludovic Bellot-Gurlet, LADIR, CNRS - Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Thiais, France: Raman studies of corrosion layers formed on archaeological irons in various media. From characterisation to imaging and quantification.
Milko Iliev Texas Center for Superconductivity, USA: Raman imaging approach to the study of ferroelectric domains and Raman spectra of multiferroic boracites.
G.A. Kourouklis-Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece: High pressure Raman spectroscopy in carbon nanotubes.
Niculina Peica, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany: Development of a new ultrahigh vacuum tip-enhanced Raman scattering experimental setup.Aron Pinczuk, Columbia University, USA: Raman Scattering by Electrons in Semiconductor Quantum Structures.
Daniel Fausti, University of Groningen, The Netherland: Phonon softening in Bi and Sb: towards the cubic Phase?
R. Sooryakumar, Ohio State University; USA, Light scattering and sound propagation in photo-tunable carbon nanosponge suspensions.
Zorana Dohčević – Mitrović, Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia, Scientific secretary
R. Sooryakumar, Department of Physics; Ohio State University , USA, Co-chairmanWitold Dobrowolski, Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw, Poland, Co-chairman
All papers will be peer reviewed and be published in
Authors may use latex template from Acta Physica Polonica B
Contributed papers should be not longer than 6 journal pages and invited lectures not longer than 12 journal pages.
Deadline for manuscript submission is the begining of the conference (September 14th) .