21 IKSS2016: Lanthanide-doped materials: Fabrication, spectroscopy, and their applications to lasers

4 September 2016 16:00 - 10 September 2016 08:00, Piecki, Poland

1.  Rare-earth spectroscopy
2.  Single rare-earth-ion spectroscopy
3.  Spectroscopy of rare-earth-doped nano-crystals
4.  Rare-earth-doped crystals and glasses
5.  Rare-earth-doped solid-state-laser materials
6.  Fiber and waveguide fabrication
7.  Introduction to lasers and laser theory
8.  Rare-earth-doped fiber, thin-disk, and random lasers
9.  Rare-earth-doped waveguide amplifiers and lasers
The school is intended both for Ph.D. students and young researchers already active in this R&D field, as well as for those new to the field.  A number of social events will be also proposed to relax after the heavily-scheduled program, including: discotheque, bonfire, boats on Krutynia River, guided, or individual out-door activities (kayaking, trekking, bike, Nordic walking, high-class ballooning, etc.). The Local Organizing Committee cordially invites you to take part in this Summer School.
The program includes 24 Invited Lectures, Short Talk and Poster Sessions reinforced by scientific consulting sessions led by invited speakers. The registration only on-line via the IKSS2016 website. Abstracts, presentations, lecture files have to be uploaded also via the website, after the registration on-line. The payments: MAZUR-SYRENKA Conference Complex Ltd. will issue the invoice proforma to all registered participants three weeks before the payment deadline.
Travel to Krutyń: by coach from the Institute of Physical Chemistry, PAS, on September 4th
The Organizers will provide two coaches from the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Kasprzaka str., 44/52, on September 4th, at 16.00.
Sponsorship & supporting organisations
The Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences
MAZUR-SYRENKA Conference Complex

Lecture Hall, MAZUR-SYRENKA Conference Complex, Krutyn 36, Piecki, 11-710, Poland

Organised by
The Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences
School of Information and Communication Technology, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
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