• 9th International Conference on Optical,
    Optoelectronic and Photonic Materials and Applications
    ICOOPMA
    August 23-28, 2020 │ Pardubice, Czech Republic │ University of Pardubice

Organized by

Center of Materials and Nanotechnology
and
Department of General and Inorganic Chemistry
Faculty of Chemical Technology
University of Pardubice
Czech Republic

Faculty of Chemical Technology

In cooperation with

CONCREA, s.r.o.

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Application for pre-registration and abstract submission opens on January 1, 2019.
Registration opens on January 1, 2020.

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9th International Conference on Optical, Optoelectronic and Photonic Materials and Applications (ICOOPMA)

Dear Colleagues,

It is with pleasure that we invite to you for the 9th International Conference on Optical, Optoelectronic and Photonic Materials and Applications (ICOOPMA). ICOOPMA is an international conference series on optical, optoelectronic and photonic materials for a wide range of applications from telecommunications to photovoltaics, and optical, optoelectronic and electro-optic properties of all classes of materials and material systems.

The conference will be held on August 23-28, 2020, in the historical buildings of the University of Pardubice, Czech Republic, situated in the vicinity of hotels and student's dormitories and within a walking distance from the city center.

The city of Pardubice is located about 100 km east of Prague, the capital of Czech Republic and Kutná Hora. Both places are listed on UNESCO heritage.

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ICOOPMA is a non-profit conference that is run by scientists for scientists without any institutional constraints and restrictions.

The previous eight ICOOPMA conferences were held in Darwin, Australia (2006), London, UK (2007), Edmonton, Canada (2008), Budapest, Hungary (2010), Nara, Japan (2012), Leeds, UK (2014), Montréal, Canada (2016) and Maresias, Sao Paulo, Brazil (2018).

Complete papers presented at the conference can be submitted to a special issue of the Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics (Springer), which has an impact factor of 2.32.

Prof. Tomáš Wágner
Chairman of the ICOOPMA 2020 conference

NEWS

1st Announcement, download here.

SPEAKERS


Unusual nanostructures for photonics

Prof. Rana Biswas

Iowa State University, Ames, USA


Multicomponent glass and fiber for photonics

Prof. Dr. Shifeng Zhou

South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China


Transparent ceramic persistent phosphors: we can do what we couldn't in powder form

Prof. Setsuhisa Tanabe

Kyoto University, Japan


Role of exchange excitons in organic optoelectronic devices

Prof. Jai Singh

Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia


Optical Conductivity in Nanomaterials: THz spectroscopy

Prof. Koichi Shimakawa

Gifu University, Gifu, Japan


IR GRIN lenses

Dr. Laurent Calvez

Université de Rennes 1, France


Bioderived nanostructured polymers platform for photonics

Prof. Sidney J. L. Ribeiro

Institute of Chemistry - São Paulo State University - UNESP, Brazil


Optically active organic filed-effect transistor with photochromism

Dr. Yutaka Wakayama

International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics NIMS, Tsukuba, Japan


Infrared non linear crystals, glasses or optical fibres for supercontinuum generation in the 2-15 µm range

Prof. Frederic Smektala

University of Burgundy, Dijon, France


Photoconductivity and charge transport in composite nanostructures

Prof. Rajan Jose

Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Kuantan, Malaysia


Rare-earth doped glass based IR lasers, restorative tissue engineering and diagnostics

Prof. Animesh Jha

University of Leeds, United Kingdom


Breaking through the wavelength barrier: State-of-play on rare-earth ion, mid-infrared fiber lasers at 4-9 mm

Prof. Angela Seddon

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom


New challenges and development of novel photonic materials

Prof. Younes Messaddeq

Université Laval, Quebec City, Canada


Integrated silicon/chalcogenide glass hybrid plasmonic sensor for monitoring of temperature in nuclear facilities

Prof. Maria Mitkova

Boise State University, USA


Optimization of laser speckle imaging to enhance visualization of skin bood flow

Dr. Bin Chen

Xi'an Jiatong University, China


Optical biosensing with surface plasmons: present and future

Prof. Jiří Homola

Institute of Photonics and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic


Nanoparticles and nanovessels bearing active molecular species for biophotonic applications

Prof. Andréa Simone Stucchi de Camargo Alvarez Bernardez

University of São Paulo, São Carlos, Brazil


In-situ fabricated perovskite quantum dots for photonic and optoelectronic applications

Prof. Haizheng Zhong

Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China


Bio-inspired nano-photonics

Prof. Jean-Michel Nunzi

Queen's University, Kingston, Canada


Multi-loop model of photon avalanche enhanced by sensitizer co-doped with rare-earth ions in up-conversion photoluminescence: an interpretation based on block-diagram analysis of feedback system

Prof. Takeshi Aoki

Tokyo Polytechnic University, Japan


Low loss chalcogenide glass IR-fibers for scientific and industrial application

Prof. Mikhail Fedorovich Churbanov

Institute of Chemistry of High-Purity Substances of RAS, Nizhny Novgorod, Russian federation


Phosphors for autofluorescence-free in vivo bio-imaging

Prof. Dirk Poelman

University Ghent, Belgium


Heavy metal oxide glasses as hosts for synthesis of high luminescent and magnetic single crystals

Prof. Dr. Marcelo Nalin

São Paulo State University | UNESP, Quitandinha - Araraquara, SP, Brasil


Recent progress of the study on silver photodiffusion into amorphous chalcogenides

Dr. Yoshifumi Sakaguchi

Neutron Science and Technology, CROSS, Shirakata Tokai, Ibaraki, Japan


Defects in organic halide perovskites

Dr. Martin Ledinsky

Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic


Femtosecond laser writng of micro‐ and nanostructures in glass

Prof. Denise Krol

University of California, Davis, USA


Compositional adjustments of chalcogenide glasses for use in infrared imaging applications

Prof. Yong Gyu Choi

Korea Aerospace University, South Korea


Inorganic liquids in optical fibers: A novel material platform for integrated nonlinear photonics

Prof. Dr. Markus A. Schmidt

Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology e.V., Jena, Germany


Nanoscale engineering and functionalisation of photonic materials on demand

Prof. Richard J. Curry

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom


A toolbox for rational functionalization of 2D-materials

RNDr. Martin Kalbáč

J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, CAS, Prague, Czech Republic


Revisiting modulated photocurrent spectroscopy: measurements of transport properties in working organic solar cells

Prof. Hiroyoshi Naito

Osaka Prefecture University, Japan


Radiochromic and radiophotoluminescent organic materials based on photochromic molecules

Prof. Masanori Koshimizu

Tohoku University, Japan


Development new scintillation materials for ionizing radiation detectors

Prof. Takayuki Yanagida

Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan


Peptide based single molecule white OLED

Dr. Ramaswami Sammynaiken

University of Saskatchewan, Canada


Gap states in phase-change materials

Assoc.Prof. Tamihiro Gotoh

Gunma University, Japan


Ultrasensitive detection of lipoarabinomannan with plasmonic grating biosensors in clinical samples of HIV negative patients with tuberculosis and machine learning based fast automatic single molecule

Prof. Shubhra Gangopadhyay

University of Missouri-Columbia, USA


Amorphous transition-metal dichalcogenides: a new class of amorphous semiconductors

Prof. A.V. Kolobov

Herzen University, St. Petersburg, Russia


Halide perovskite leds : new materials to boost the performance

Prof. Hideo Hosono

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan


Lead oxide photoconductor for application in direct conversion flat panel x-ray imaging detectors

Prof. Alla Reznik

Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Canada


A study of gap states in models of the phase-change memory material, Ge2Sb2Te5, simulated using a machine-learned potential

Prof. Stephen Elliott

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

VENUE

The conference will be held in the historical building of the University of Pardubice, situated in the vicinity of hotels and student's dormitories and within a walking distance from the city center.

The city of Pardubice is located about 100 km east of Prague, the capital of Czech Republic and Kutná Hora. Both places are listed in UNESCO heritage list.

Address

University of Pardubice
(building “UNIT”)
Cs. Legii sq. 565
53210 Pardubice
Czech Republic



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PROGRAMME

The conference will provide a framework for presentation and discussion of ideas and information in the developing and inspiring area of optical materials, optical properties and devices in the following fields:


Topics
  1. bioimaging
  2. biophotonics
  3. electro-optic effects
  4. energy conversion in rare earth doped materials
  5. energy transfer in materials
  6. femtosecond and terahertz spectroscopy
  7. luminescent materials and phosphors
  8. nanophotonics
  9. nanostructures including photonic crystals
  10. nanothermometry
  11. non-linear effects
  12. optical properties of all classes of materials
  13. plasmonics
  14. photoconductivity
  15. photoinduced effects
  16. photovoltaic materials
  17. photonic band gap materials
  18. photonic materials and devices
  19. quantum dots
  20. quantum wires
  21. semiconductors for optoelectronics
  22. silicon photonics
  23. waveguides


This conference is also opened to other relevant and perspective topics.

SCHEDULE

15:00 - 19:00
Registration
19:00 - 19:50
Plenary Talk 1
19:50 - 21:30
Welcome drink
9:00 - 9:15
Conference Opening
9:15 - 10:05
Plenary Lecture 2
10:05 - 10:30
Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:30
Lectures Session I
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch
13:30 - 15:30
Lectures Session II
16:00 - 18:00
Poster Session 1 with Walking Dinner
9:00 - 9:50
Plenary Lecture 3
9:50 - 10:30
Coffee Break
10:30 – 12:30
Lectures Session 3
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch
13:30 - 15:30
Lectures Session 4
16:00 – 18:00
Poster Session 2 with Walking Dinner
9:00 - 9:50
Plenary Lecture 4
09:50 – 10:20
Coffee Break
10:20 - 12:00
Lectures Session 5
12:00 - 13:00
Lunch
13:00 - 18:00
Excursion
09:00 – 09:50
Plenary Lecture 5
9:50 - 10:30
Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:30
Lectures Session 6
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch
13:30 - 15:30
Lectures Session 7
18:00 - 23:00
Conference Dinner
9:00 - 9:50
Plenary Lecture 6
9:50 - 10:20
Coffee Break
10:20 - 12:00
Lectures Session 8
12:00 – 12:30
Closing Ceremony
12:30 - 14:00
Lunch

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Application for pre-registration and abstract submission opens on January 1, 2019.
Registration opens on January 1, 2020.

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CALL FOR PAPERS

Conference Language – English

Talks (incl. discussion):

Plenary talk – 40 minutes

Invited talk – 30 minutes

Contributed talk – 15 minutes

Posters

Size - max. 841 x 1189 cm, vertical orientation


Authors instructions
(download here)

Abstract template (download here)

Publication policy

All abstracts of lectures and posters received before May 15, 2020 will appear in printed Book of Abstracts.

Complete papers presented at the conference can be submitted to a special issue of the Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics (Springer), which has an impact factor of 2.32.

Instructions to authors and download the pdf file will be announced later.

Students Award

All student contributions will be automatically included in contest for Student Award. The best student poster will be awarded by valuable price.

Students not wishing to participate are kindly asked to inform the Organising committee by registration upon arrival.

IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES

Website and on-line application opened January 1, 2019
Call for papers September 1, 2019
On-line registration opened January 1, 2020
Abstracts submission deadline January 31, 2020
Early-bird registration deadline April 30, 2020
Preliminary programme May 15, 2020
Final programme July 15, 2020
Conference August 23-28, 2020

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation is not included in the registration fee.


The conference organizers have pre-booked accommodation capacity in following hotels:

Hotel Zlatá štika ***Pardubice (http://www.zlatastika.cz/cs/show on the map)
Hotel Atrium ***Pardubice (http://www.hotelatrium.cz/en/show on the map)

The participants are kindly asked to make their reservation on their own.
By contacting the hotel reception office please notify the reception clerk of the conference ICOOPMA 2020.

For prices and cancellation see the hotel website.

Please be aware of the limited pre-booked accommodation capacity and book your room as soon as possible.

Participants are also free to find accommodation by themselves.

We recommend:

Hotel EURO ****Pardubice (https://www.hoteleuro.czshow on the map)
Hotel TRIMPardubice (https://hoteltrim.cz/enshow on the map)





COMMITEES AND CONTACTS

International Program Committee:

Amin Abdolvand | University of Dundee | UK

Rolindes Balda | University of the Basque Country| Spain

Dayan Ban | University of Waterloo | Canada

David Binks | University of Manchester | UK

Michael P. Bradley | University of Saskatchewan | Canada

David Cooke | McGill University | Canada

Richard J. Curry | University of Surrey | UK

Jan Dubowski | University of Sherbrooke | Canada

George Fern | Brunel University | UK

Shubhra Gangopadhyay | University of Missouri-Columbia | USA

Anderson S. L. Gomes | Federal University of Pernambuco | Brazil

Dan Hewak | University of Southampton | UK

Richard Hogg | University of Sheffield | UK

Stuart Jackson | University of Sydney | Australia

Animesh Jha | University of Leeds | UK

Gin Jose | University of Leeds | UK

Mojtaba Kahrizi | Concordia University | Canada

Raman Kashyap | Polytechnique Montréal | Canada

Anthony J. Kenyon | University College London | UK

Sandor Kokenyesi | University of Debrecen| Hungary

Jayanta Kumar Sahu | University of Southampton | UK

Paolo Laporta | Polytecnic di Milano | Italy

Byoungho Lee | Seoul National University | Korea

Hans Georg Limberger | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology | Switzerland

Kevin Macdonald | University of Southampton | UK

Krishna Mandal | University of South Carolina | USA

Christopher F. McConville | University of Warwick | UK

Younes Messaddeq | Université Laval | Canada

Hiroyoshi Naito | Osaka Prefecture University | Japan

Marcelo Nalin | UNESP Araraquara | Brazil

Yasutake Ohishi | Toyota Technological Institute| Japan

Go Okada
Kanazawa Institute of Technology | Japan

Derek Oliver | University of Manitoba | Canada

Sidney J. L. Ribeiro | Sao Paulo State University | Brazil

Jayshri Sabarinathan | Western University | Canada

Jayanta Kumar Sahu | University of Southampton | UK

Peyman Servati | University of British Columbia | Canada

Ishiang Shih | McGill University | Canada

Carlos Silva | Université de Montréal | Canada

Frederic Smektala University of Burgundy, Dijon | France

Stephen Sweeney | University of Surrey | UK

Setsuhisa Tanabe | Kyoto University | Japan

James R. Taylor |  Imperial College London | UK

Fiorenzo Vetrone | INRS | Canada

Furong Zhu | Hong Kong Baptist University | Hong Kong

International Advisory committee:

John Ballato | Clemson University | USA

David Binks | University of Manchester | UK

Mikhail Brik | University of Tartu | Estonia

Ray DeCorby | University of Alberta | Canada

Michael Fokine | KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm | Sweden

Senthil Ganapathy | University of Southampton | UK

Anderson S. L. Gomes | Federal University of Pernambuco | Brazil

Chris Haugen | National Institute for Nanotechnology | Canada

Jorn M. Hvam | Technical University of Denmark | Denmark

Animesh Jha | 2014)| University of Leeds | UK

Hironori Kaji | University of Kyoto | Japan

Safa Kasap | University of Saskatchewan | Canada

Raman Kashyap | Polytechnique Montréal | Canada

Tony Kenyon | University College London | UK

Sandor Kugler | Budapest University of Technology | Hungary

Roger Lewis | University of Wollongong | Australia

Marian Marciniak | National Institute of Telecommunications | Poland

Liuis Marsal | Universitat Rovira i Virgili | Spain

Maurizio Martino| Universita  del Salento | Italy

Peter Mascher | McMaster University | Canada

Patrick McNally | Dublin City University | Ireland

Younes Messaddeq | Université Laval | Canada

Steve Moffatt | Applied Materials Inc | USA

Hiroyoshi Naito | Osaka Prefecture University | Japan

Marcelo Nalin | UNESP Araraquara | Brazil

Taiichi Otsuji | Tohoku University | Japan

Aaron Peled | HAIT | Israel

Dirk Poelman | Ghen University | Belgium

Asim Ray | Brunel University | UK

Sidney José Lima Ribeiro | UNESP Araraquara | Brazil

Andrei Sazonov | University of Waterloo | Canada

Jack Silver | Brunel University | UK

Jai Singh | Charles Darwin University | Australia

Stephen Sweeney | 2014)| University of Surrey | UK

Setsuhisa Tanabe | Kyoto University | Japan

Ashok Vaseashta | Institute for Advanced Sciences Convergence and Int’l Clean Water Institute | USA

Tomas Wagner | Pardubice University | Czech Republic

Mitsuo Yamaga | Gifu University | Japan

 

Steering committee:

Animesh Jha | University of Leeds | UK

Safa Kasap | University of Saskatchewan | Canada

Raman Kashyap | Polytechnique Montréal | Canada

Sandor Kugler | Budapest University of Technology | Hungary

Hiroyoshi Naito | Osaka Prefecture University | Japan

Asim Ray | Brunel University | UK

Jai Singh | Charles Darwin University | Australia

Stephen Sweeney | University of Surrey | UK

Setsuhisa Tanabe | University of Kyoto | Japan

Younes Messaddeq | Université Laval| Québec| Canada; São Paulo State University - UNESP, Araraquara, SP | Brazil

Sidney J. L. Ribeiro | São Paulo State University - UNESP, Araraquara, SP | Brazil

Tomas Wagner | University of Pardubice | Czech Republic


Organizing Committee:

T. Wagner, P. Nemec, M. Vlcek, Z. Cernosek, J. M. Macak,
R. Svoboda, B. Frumarova, V. Zima, P. Sulcova, 
L. Benes, M. Krbal, J. Gutwirth, J. Orava, 
L. Hromadko, P. Kostal, L. Strizík, K. Palka, S. Slang
R. Priklopilova, D. Bouzkova


CONTACTS

Conference Chairman
Prof. Tomas Wagner

Department of General and Inorganic Chemistry
Faculty of Chemical Technology 
and 
Center of Materials and Nanotechnologies
University of Pardubice

Cs. Legii sq. 565,
532 10 Pardubice,
Czech Republic

phone +(420) 466 037 144, fax +(420) 466 037 311

e-mail: Tomas.Wagner@upce.cz


www.icoopma.com
info@icoopma.com


PRE-REGISTRATION AND REGISTRATION

Application for pre-registration and abstract submission opens on January 1, 2019.
Registration opens on January 1, 2020.


The registration must be performed only via the personal user account
(button: create an account/login, item "Registration").

The registration fee can be paid by bank transfer or on-line by credit card.
Both options (terms of payment in form of pro-forma invoice and/or payment gateway)
are in user account available, after completing the registration.


The conference fee includes access to the scientific sessions, conference materials, coffee breaks
and participation at all social events.


Early-bird registration
(before April 30, 2020)
CZK
Late registration
(after May 31, 2020)
CZK
Full registration fee (5 days) 13 000 16 000
Student fee (incl. PhD. students, age limitation 35 years) 9 000 12 000
Accompanying person* 4 000 5 000

∗ The conference fee includes participation at all social events (except for the scientific programme)
Fees include 21% VAT
Approximate exchange rate 1 EUR = 25,60 CZK

Cancellations and refunds

The registration fee will be refunded (with a deduction of 10 % to cover the handling costs) when participation is withdrawn in a written form before July 1, 2020. No refund will be granted after this date.


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If you would like to receive a letter of invitation, please contact us at info@icoopma.com.

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