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Preliminary program

  • Michael V. Davidovich (, Saratov State University (Russia)
  • Kirill A. Sayapin (, Saratov State University, 
  • Alexander N.Savin, Istok, Freyazino (Russia) 
Program Committee:
  • Alexander I. Nosich, Kharkov Institute of Radio-Engineering and Electronics, NAS Ukraine (Ukraine)Kharkov Institute of Radio-Engineering and Electronics, NAS Ukraine (Ukraine)
  • Nikita M. Ryskin, Institute of Radio-Engineering of RAS (Russia)
  • Igor S. Nefedov, Aalto University, Espoo (Finland)
  • Georgi N. Georgiev, “Sts. Cyril and Methodius”, VelikoTirnovo (Bulgaria)
  • Andrei D. Grigoriev, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University LETI (Russia)
  • Josef Modelsky, Warsaw University of Technology (Poland)
  • Alexander M. Lerer, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don (Russia)
  • Vyacheslav V. Popov, Institute of Radio-Engineering of RAS (Russia)
Program Committee:
  • Co-ChairsNikita M. Ryskin, Institute of Radioingineering and Electronics (IRE) of RAS, Saratov, Russia 
  • Vyacheslav V. Komarov, Saratov State Technical University
The main goal of the Conference is to discuss the recent developments and applications of laser, optical and electromagnetic technologies in engineering, medicine and biology, material and environmental sciences, nanotechnology, nonlinear dynamics, laser systems, laser spectroscopy and molecular modeling. The main attention will be paid to fundamentals and general approaches of description of nonlinear and nonstationary electromagnetics for optics, biomedicine, active and passive photonics and metamaterials, interactions with nonlinear media, inhomogeneous scattering media, photonic crystals, tissue phantoms, and various types of tissues in vitro and in vivo. Another trend is the nonlinear dynamic and electronics applications to various engineering and practice problems.

The scientific program will include but is not restricted to the following topic areas:

  • Antennas and propagation
  • General electromagnetic field theory
  • Nonstationary electromagnetics, pulse generation and propagation
  • Nonlinear electromagnetics and electronics
  • Diffraction and scattering of waves
  • Resonators, waveguides, transmission line discontinuities and units
  • Microwave, millimeter, sub-millimeter and optical wave radio physics and electronics
  • Electromagnetic methods in optics
  • Electromagnetics in biomedical applications
  • Electromagnetics for condensed and artificial media, metamaterials, photonic crystals, left-handed materials
  • Nonlinear dynamics
  • Sensors and measurements