Plenary Lectures:

Serge Lefrant (Université de Nantes)

Non-linear and resonance effects in carbon nanotube nanostructures

Marek Samoc (Wroclaw University of Technology)

Third-order nonlinear optical effects in organometallics: challenges and opportunities


List of invited speakers (continuously updated):

Chantal Andraud (Ecole Normale Superieure, Lyon)

Molecular design for biophotonic related applications

Andre-Jean Attias (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris)

Rational Design of Molecular Self-Assemblies on HOPG: Towards Applications in NanoPhotonics

Renaud Bachelot (Université de Technologie de Troyes)

Plasmon-Based nano-photopolymerization

Waclaw Bala (UKW Bydgoszcz)

Properties of polycarbonate thin films doped Alq3 and CuPc in electroluminescence and photovoltaic cells

Tadeusz Bancewicz (Adam Mickiewicz University , Poznan)

The H2-He and H2-Ar van der Waals dimers: interaction-induced electric hyperpolarizability and hyper-Rayleigh spectra

Bruno Beche (Université de Rennes 1)

Micro- and nano-photonics devices on organics materials coupled with various thin layer processes and treatments

Frederic Bolze (Institut Gilbert Laustriat, Illkirch)

New insight in boron chemistry, applications in two-photon absorption

Pierre-François Brevet (Université Lyon 1)

Rules to build the quadratic hyperpolarizability of peptides en proteins from their amino acid constituents

Hervé Cailleau (Université de Rennes 1)

Ultrafast and fast structural dynamics of photoinduced transformation in moleculatr materials

Fabrice Charra (CEA, Saclay)

Kinetics and thermodynamics of nanoporous self-assembled mo-lecular monolayers

Sebastien Chenais (University Paris 13)

New materials and device structures for organic lasers

Antoni Chyla (Wroclaw University of Technology)

Hybrid phenol biosensor based on thin ordered protein layers

Renaud Demadrille (CEA Grenoble INAC/SPrAM)

Pi-Conjugated Oligomers and Polymers for Organic Solar Cells: From (Macro)Molecules to Devices

Beata Derkowska (Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun)

Metallophthalocyanines and their third order nonlinear optical properties

David Djurado (CEA Grenoble)

Order and disorder effects on transport properties in conjugated polymers

Julien Douady (CNRS, Univ. Joseph Fourier, Grenoble)

Nonlinear optical imaging of cell membranes: new probes and applications in the field of neuronal activity

Gerald Dujardin (Université Paris-Sud)

Electronic Control of Single Nano-Objects Devices

Jean Olivier Durand (Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier)

Functionalised nanoparticles for two-photon bio-imaging of cancer cells and monophotonic photodynamic therapy

Gabriel Dutier (University Paris 13)

Molecular photo-isomerizable rotational dynamic in polymers from bulk ensemble up to the single molecule level

Jean-Luc Duvail (CNRS, University of Nantes)

Engineering nanostructuration of conjugated polymers by template strategies to improve properties

Andrzej Eilmes (Jagellonian University)

Modifying transport properties of solid polymer electrolytes by Lewis acids - theoretical modeling

Celine Fiorini-Debuisschert (CEA, SaclayCEA, Saclay)

Influence of molecular organization on light emission : from DNA labeling to the realization of nano-sized sources

Lucyna Firlej (Université Montpellier)

Hydrogen storage in carbon-based nanoporous materials

Alicja Gasecka (Institute Fresnel, Marseille)

Probing molecular disorder in lipid membranes by two photons fluorescence polarimetry

Andrzej Graja (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan)

Structure and electronic excitations of fullerene-organic chromophore dyads

Muriel Hissler (Université de Rennes 1)

Organic **pi-Conjugated Systems : The Contribution of Phosphorus Chemistry

Alain Ibanez (CNRS, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble)

Molecular nanocrystals confined in sol-gel thin films or in silicate nanoparticles for biophotonics

Elena Ishow (ENS Cachan)

Photoactive monolithic organic materials for reversible fluorescence patterning

Witold Jacak (Wroclaw University of Technology)

Plasmons in metallic nanospheres; towards efficiency enhancement of metalllic nano-modified solar cells

Boleslaw Kozankiewicz (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)

On photostability of single molecules

Bogdan Kuchta (Université de Provence, Marseille)

Hydrogen storage in carbon-based nanoporous materials

Irena Kulszewicz-Bajer (Warsaw University of Technology)

Ferromagnetic spins interaction in alternating oligo- and polyanilines

Mieczyslaw Lapkowski (Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice)

Unusual electronic properties of polycarbazole derivatives, theoretical explanation of redox behavior

Malgorzata Makowska-Janusik (Jan Dlugosz University, Czestochowa)

The influence of polymeric matrices on optical property of chromophores

Andrzej Miniewicz (Wroclaw University of Technology)

On the pump-probe experiments in azo-dye containing photochromic systems

Jaroslaw Mysliwiec (Wroclaw University of Technology)

Amplified spontaneous emission and lasing in dye-doped DNA-based materials

Marcin Nyk (Polish Academy of Sciences, Wroclaw)

Synthesis and optical characterization of ZnO quantum dots doped with europium ions

Stephane Parola (Université Claude Bernard, Lyon)

New insights in the structure of hybrid organic-inorganic materials for optical applications. How the structure and interactions at the molecular scale can influence the macroscopic properties of the material

Fabienne Pelle (Laboratoire de Chimie Appliquée de l'Etat Solide de l'ENSCP, Paris)

Rare earth doped nanoparticles for high resolution imaging

Adam Pron (CEA, Grenoble)

Molecular composites of semiconductor nanocrystals and conjugated polymers: preparation, spectroelectrochemical characterization and application in photovoltaics and optoelectronics

Jean Charles Ribierre (RIKEN Advanced Science Institute, Japan)

Laser patterning of p-n structures and CMOS logic circuits in a solution-processible organic semiconductor

Bouchta Sahraoui (Universite d'Angers)

Functionalized organic azocompounds for photonic applications

Roman Swietlik (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan)

Quasi-one-dimensional organic metals based on asymmetrical TTF derivatives studied by IR and Raman spectroscopy

Adam Tracz (Polish Academy of Sciences, Lodz)

Self-assembling and photoluminescence properties and of neat and rotaxinated poly(4,4’-diphenylenevinylene)

Ewa Weinert-Raczka (Technical University of Szczecin)

Soliton amplification in photorefractive multiple quantum well waveguides

Danuta Wrobel (Poznan University of Technology)

Covalent dyads of porphyrin-fullerene and perylene-fullerene for organic photovoltaics - spectroscopic and photocurrent studies

Malgorzata Zagorska (Warsaw University of Technology)

Synthesis of new arylene bisimides and their application in all organic field effect transistors (OFETs)