Invited lectures

Confirmed tutorial lectures:

  • Damian Pociecha (Warsaw University, POLAND)
    X-ray diffraction as a tool for structural studies of liquid crystals
  • Kristiaan Neyts (Ghent University, BELGIUM)
    Interaction between light and liquid crystal
  • Jan Lagerwall (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
    Polarized Light Microscopy
  • Przemysław Kula (Military University of Technology, POLAND)
    From molecular design to real molecules - „the alchemy” of liquid crystals synthesis for non-chemists

Confirmed invited lectures:

  • Victor Reshetnyak (Taras Shevchenko University, UKRAINE)
    Tunable liquid crystal lenses
  • Akihiro Mochizuki (i-CORE Technology, USA)
    Applied electric field polarity dependent response of quasi-Smectic A phase liquid crystal
  • Marcin Trzyna (Braster S.A., POLAND)
    The use of thermotropic liquid crystals in breast cancer screening – BRASTER device
  • Piotr Kaszyński (Centre for Molecular & Macromolecular Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences, POLAND)
    Magnetic behavior of liquid crystalline derivatives of the verdazyl and benzo[e][1,2,4]triazinyl
  • Anatoliy Glushchenko (UCCS, USA)
    Science and Technology of Stressed Liquid Crystals: Non-Display Applications
  • Rajiv Manohar (University of Lucknow, India)
    Impact of Nanomaterials on Liquid crystal applications
  • Peter Kopcansky (Institute of Experimental Physics SAS, SLOVAK REPUBLIC)
    Liquid crystal doped by magnetic fluids
  • Nandor Eber (Wigner Research Centre of Physics, HUNGARY)
    Pattern formation in nematics under superposed ac and dc voltages
  • Ignacio Moreno (Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, SPAIN)
    Polarization diffraction gratings and vector beams generated with liquid crystal devices
  • Malay Kumar Das (University of North Bengal, INDIA)
    Phase transition and critical behavior in the vicinity of nematic-smectic-A and smectic-A- smectic-C from high-resolution birefringence measurements
  • Morten A. Geday (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, SPAIN)
    Detection of microbes using flowing lyotropic liquid crystals