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1 Preliminary Scientific Program IWASOM2015 Sunday, July 19, 2015 Time Event 15:00 20:00 Registration Monday, July 20, 2015 Time Event 08:45 09:00 Opening ceremony Session: Progress in phosphors for luminescence lamps I Session chair: Ph. Goldner, K. Toda 09:00 09:45 KL1 S. Tanabe 09:45 10:15 IL1 R. S. Liu 10:15 10:45 IL2 10:45 11:15 Coffee break Spectroscopy of rare-earth doped phosphors for white LED Setsuhisa Tanabe Cation-Anion Lattice Strain and Nanosegregation Controlled Luminescence of Phosphors for LEDs Ru-Shi Liu and Shu-Fen Hu Session: Transition metals and rare earths spectroscopy I Session chair: R. S. Liu, A. Suchocki 11:15 11:45 IL3 M. Bettinelli 11:45 12:00 O1 K. Anders 12:00 12:45 O2 X. Wang 12:15 12:30 O3 M. Malinowski 12:30 14:00 Lunch Energy transfer in Terbium-based phosphates and silicates doped with Eu 3+ M. Bettinelli, I. Carrasco Ruiz, F. Piccinelli, K. Bartosiewicz Upconversion phenomena in oxide and fluoride glasses doped with erbium Krzysztof Anders, Paweł Andrejuk, Emil Siejak, Artem Bercha, Witold A. Trzeciakowski, Dawid Piątkowski and Ryszard Piramidowicz Effects of encaged ions on upconverted emissions in Er 3+ doped C12A7 Li Ma, Cater Layfield, Yuxue Liu and Xiaojun Wang Laser site-selective spectroscopy of Eu 3+ ions doped Y 4Al 2O 9 M. Kaczkan, S. Turczyński, D.A. Pawlak, M. Malinowski 1

2 Session: Recent progress in scintillators, lasers and phosphors Session chair : A. Kamińska, M. Malinowski 14:00 14:30 IL4 W. Drozdowski 14:30 15:00 L1 Y. Zorenko 15:00 15:15 O4 E. Elsts 15:15 15:30 O5 V. Gorbenko 15:30 15:45 O6 A. Popov 15:45 16:00 O7 K. Brylew 16:00 16:30 Coffee break Effect of Lu to Y Ratio and Mo Coactivation on Scintillation Properties of LuYAG:Pr and LuAG:Pr,Mo Crystals Winicjusz Drozdowski, Kamil Brylew, Marcin E. Witkowski, Anna Drewniak, Zuzanna Masewicz, Andrzej J. Wojtowicz, Jarosław Kisielewski and Marek Świrkowicz High-performance scintillating screens based on the single crystalline films of multicomponent garnets Y. Zorenko, V. Gorbenko, T. Zorenko, K. Paprocki, L. Mosińska, O. Sidletskiy, A. Fedorov Rare earth doped glass-ceramics containing NaLaF 4 nanocrystals for scintillator applications E. Elsts, G. Krieke, U. Rogulis, K. Smits, A. Zolotarjovs, J. Jansons, A. Sarakovskis and K. Kundzins Growth, scintillation properties and energy transfer processes in Lu 3-xTb xal 5-yGa yo 12:Ce single crystalline films Yu. Zorenko, V. Gorbenko, T. Zorenko, K. Paprocki, O. Sidletskiy, Ya. Gerasymov, A. Fedorov, J.A. Mares, M. Nikl, P. Bilski, A. Twardak Photostimulable storage phosphors and image-plate development for neutron imaging A.I. Popov and G.J.McIntyre Investigation of the Role of Charge Traps in the Scintillation Mechanism of YAP:Ce, LuAP:Ce and BaF 2:Ce Crystals by Double- Beam Probing Kamil Brylew, Winicjusz Drozdowski, Andrzej J. Wojtowicz Session: Theory and modeling I Session chair: L. Seijo, J.-P. Wells 16:30 17:00 IL5 M. Brik 17:00 17:15 O8 C.-G. Ma 17:15 17:30 O9 A. Suchocki Impurities and hosts: systematic studies of their optical and structural properties M.G. Brik First-principles calculations of structural, elastic, vibrational and bonding properties of 4f-element compounds: the 4f-in-core point of view Chong-Geng Ma, Dong-Xu Liu, Ya tian, M.G. Brik High pressure and infrared spectroscopies of Ce 3+ doped yttrium gallium garnet A. Wittlin, H. Przybylińska, M. Berkowski, A. Kamińska, P. Nowakowski, P. Sybilski, Chong-Geng Ma, M.G. Brik and A. Suchocki 2

3 17:30 17:45 O10 A. Kędziorski 17:45 18:00 O11 Yu. Hizhnyi 19:00 21:30 Welcome reception Ab initio calculation of the electronic structure of the Gd 2O 3:Eu 3+ Andrzej Kędziorski, Marek Krośnicki Mechanisms of the excitation energy transfer in molybdates AMoO 4 (A = Ca, Sr, Zn, Cd, Pb) Yu. Hizhnyi, S. Nedilko, T. Nikolaenko, V. Kozachenko, M. Trubitsyn, A. Tolmachev Tuesday, July 21, 2015 Session: Materials for quantum information Session chair: W. Stręk, M. Bettinelli 09:00 9:45 KL2 M. Żukowski 09:45 10:15 IL6 Ph. Goldner 10:15 10:30 O12 N. Kunkel 10:30 11:00 Coffee break Multiphoton entanglement and interferometry Marek Żukowski Magnetic and Electric Fields Control of Nuclear Spin Coherence of Rare Earth Ions in Solids Ph. Goldner, A. Arcangeli, A. Ferrier and R.M. Macfarlane Narrow homogeneous linewidths and long spectral hole lifetimes in Eu 3+ -doped highly transparent Y 2O 3 ceramics Nathalie Kunkel, Alban Ferrier, Charles W. Thiel, Mariola O. Ramírez, Luisa E. Bausá, Rufus L. Cone, Akio Ikesue and Philippe Goldner Session: Experimental methods for characterization of novel materials Session chair: I. Gryczyński, M. Peng Time Code Presentingauthor Title, authors 11:00 11:30 IL7 G. Ledoux 11:30 11:45 O13 K. Ishida 11:45 12:00 O14 D. Kasprowicz 12:00 12:15 O15 A. Kamińska Luminescent temperature nano and microprobes G. Ledoux Determination of luminescent sites of rareearth doped phosphors by transient x-ray diffraction measurement Kunio Ishida, Manabu Hoshino, Ariane Keiko Albessard, Shunsuke Nozawa, Yumi Fukuda, Masahiro Kato and Shinichi Adachi µ-raman investigations and up-conversion emission of nano-crystalline KGW powders doped with RE ions D. Kasprowicz, M. Straszewski, K. Jaroszewski, P. Głuchowski, M. Chrunik, A. Majchrowski Comparative study of pressure-induced increase of internal electric fields in nearlattice-matched GaN/AlInN and ZnO/ZnMgO 3

4 12:15 12:30 O16 K. Jaroszewski 12:30 14:00 Lunch quantum wells A. Kaminska, H. Teisseyre, T. Suski, S. Birner, J.- F.Carlin, N. Grandjean, A. Kozanecki, A. Suchocki Characterization of Bi 2ZnOB 2O 6 microcrystalline particles doped with RE ions: μ-raman and Optical Tweezers investigations K. Jaroszewski, M. S. Yousafzai, D. Cojoc, M.Chrunik, A. Majchrowski, D. Kasprowicz Session: Theory and modeling II Session chair: M. Brik, M. Krosnicki 14:00 14:30 IL8 L. Seijo 14:30 15:00 IL9 J.-P. Wells 15:00 15:30 IL10 H. J. Seo 15:30 15:45 O17 M. Grinberg 16:00 18:30 Coffee break and poster session Intervalence Charge Transfer Luminescence: The Anomalous Luminescence of Yb 2+ in Fluorites and Ce 3+ in Elpasolites Luis Seijo and Zoila Barandiarán Anomalous Emission of Ytterbium Doped Fluoride Crystals: Intervalence Charge Transfer Luminescence or Impurity Trapped Excitons? Jon-Paul R. Wells, Rosa B. Hughes-Currie, Pubudu S. Senanayake, Konstantin V. Ivanovskikh and Michael F. Reid Impurity-trapped exciton dynamics in LiBaF 3:Eu 2+ crystals Peiqing Cai, Liang Shi, Hyo Jin Seo Pressure induced Ce 3+ luminescence in Y 3Ga 5O 12:Ce 3+, Cr 3+ ceramic Marek Grinberg, Sebastian Mahlik, Agata Lazarowska, Jumpei Ueda, Setsuhisa Tanabe Wednesday, July 22, 2015 Session: Nanoscale and low dimensional optical materials I Session chair: S. Lis, H. J. Seo 09:00 09:45 KL3 I. Gryczyński 09:45 10:15 IL11 P. Petrov 10:15 10:30 O18 M. Stachowicz 10:30 11:00 Coffee break Plasmonic Effects in Fluorescence I. Gryczyński Polarization spectroscopy of A+ centers in GaAs/AlGaAs quantum wells P.V. Petrov, Yu.L. Ivanov, N.S. Averkiev Enhancement of 1.54μm emission in Er doped GaN quantum well structures M. Stachowicz, T.M. Al Tahtamouni, J. Li, Y. Lin and H.X. Jiang 4

5 Session: Nanoscale and low dimensional optical materials II Session chair: S. Ray, P. Dereń 11:00 11:30 IL12 L. Bausá 11:30 12:00 IL13 R. Reisfeld 12:00 18:00 Lunch and excursion 19:00 22:00 Bonfire Interaction between localized surface plasmons and nonlinear solid state gain media L. E. Bausá Intensification of luminescence of Europium-EDTA complex in polyvinyl pyrrolidone films by copper nanoparticles Renata Reisfeld, Viktoria Levchenko, Agata Lazarowska, Sebastian Mahlik, Marek Grinberg Thursday, July 23, 2015 Session: Transition metals and rare earths spectroscopy II Session chair: W. Drozdowski, P. Petrov 09:00 09:30 IL14 W. Stręk 09:30 09:45 O19 B. Padlyak 09:45 10:00 O20 K. Lemański 10:00 10:15 O21 M. Piasecki 10:15 10:30 O22 P. Sobierajska 10:30 11:00 Coffee break Broadband anti-stokes white emission from Sr 2CeO 4 nanocrystals W. Strek, L. Marciniak, R. Tomala, M. Stefanski, D.Hreniak Spectroscopy of the CaB 4O 7:Cr and LiCaBO 3:Cr glasses B.V. Padlyak, V.O. Protsiuk, A. Drzewiecki Luminescent properties of GdZnPO polycrystals doped with Nd 3+ ions K. Lemański, M. Babij, P. J. Dereń Spectroscopic studies of the influence Yb 3+ doping on the optical properties K 5Nd(MoO 4) 4, RbNd(WO 4) 2, NdAl 3(BO 3) 4 and NdGaO 3 crystals M. Piasecki, M.G.Brik, I.V.Kityk, K. Dorywalski, B. Andriyevsky Effect of lithium on the structure and optical properties of nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite doped with Eu 3+ ion P. Sobierajska, Ł. Marciniak, R. Pązik, K. Marycz and R. J. Wiglusz 5

6 Session: Transition metals and rare earths spectroscopy III Session chair: A. Wojtowicz, G. Ledoux 11:00 11:30 IL15 E. Zych 11:30 11:45 O23 R. Miedziński 11:45 12:00 O24 12:00 12:15 O25 Marek Godlewski 12:15 12:30 O26 A. Jusza 12:30 14:00 Lunch SrS:Ce an Old Phosphor with New Functionalities D. Kulesza and E. Zych Nonlinear optical properties of TeO 2-P 2O 5- ZnO-LiNbO 3 glass doped by Er 2O 3. R.Miedzinski, I. Fuks-Janczarek, L. Vallee, El Sayed Yousef Ra dioluminescence as a Function of Temperature and Low Temperature Thermoluminescence of BaY 2F 8:Ce and BaY 2F 8:Nd Crystals Z. Kowalski, S.M. Kaczmarek, K. Brylew, W. Drozdowski Optical properties of ZnO doped with selected transition metal ions V.Yu. Ivanov and M. Godlewski UV and VIS emission properties of Tm 3+ +Yb 3+ doped LaAlO 3 and YF 3 nanocrystals A. Jusza, L. Lipińska, A. Bercha, W. Trzeciakowski and R. Piramidowicz Session: Progress in phosphors for luminescence lamps II Session chair: L. Bausa, Marek Godlewski 14:00 14:30 IL16 K. Toda 14:30 15:00 IL17 M. Sopicka-Lizer 15:00 15:30 IL18 W.-R. Liu 15:30 15:45 O27 P. Dereń 15:45 16:00 O28 A. Watras 16:00 16:30 Coffee break Morphology control of phosphor materials by novel soft chemical synthesis methods Kenji Toda On preparation and characterization of Ca- -sialon:eu 2+ phosphors Malgorzata Sopicka-Lizer, Tomasz Pawlik, Daniel Michalik, R. Lisiecki Color-tunable luminescence and energy transfer properties of Eu 2+ and Mn 2+ - activated BaCa 2MgSi 2O 8 phosphor for ultraviolet light-emitting diodes Wei-Ren Liu, Zheng Yang, Pin-Chun Lin and Chong- Feng Guo New phosphors for white LED and for improvement of solar cell efficiency P. J. Dereń, B. Bondzior, K. Lemański, D. Rudnicka, W. Walerczyk, A. Watras The influence of alkali earth ion on spectroscopic properties of Ca 9ZMg(PO 4) 7: Eu 2+, where Z = Li, Na, K Adam Watras, Robert Pązik, Przemysław J. Dereń 6

7 Session: Novel hybrid organic and inorganic materials Session chair: M. Sopicka-Lizer, F. Wang 16:30 17:00 IL19 Michał Godlewski 17:00 17:30 IL20 S. Lis 17:30 18:00 IL21 A. Bednarkiewicz 18:00 18:15 O29 F. Piccinelli Trafficking of the rare-earth doped nanocrystals through the tissue barriers in the living organism Michał M. Godlewski, Anna Słońska, Anna Szal, Jarosław Kaszewski, Paula Kiełbik, Jarosław Olszewski, Waldemar Lipiński, Monika Dobrzyniecka, Małgorzata A. Domino, Zdzisław Gajewski, Marek Godlewski Inorganic luminescent nanomaterials doped with lanthanide ions: from synthesis to applications Stefan Lis, Tomasz Grzyb, Marcin Runowski, Agata Szczeszak, Andrii Shyichuk, Szymon Goderski, Dominika Przybylska, Mohammad Zarad, Artur Tymiński The impact of architecture on luminescent properties of Yb 3+ and Ho 3+ co-doped up-converting - NaYF 4 colloidal nanoparticles A. Pilch, M. Keiser, D. Wawrzyńczyk, M. Kurnatowska, K. Prorok, Christian Würth, M. Samoć, W.Strek, Ute Resch-Genger, A. Bednarkiewicz New Eu(III) complexes for anion sensing in acetonitrile solution Fabio Piccinelli, Marco Leonzio, Marco Bettinelli, Andrea Melchior, Cristian Grazioli and Marilena Tolazzi Friday, July 24, 2015 Session: Nanoscale and low dimensional optical materials III Session chair: E. Zych, A. Bednarkiewicz 09:00 09:30 IL22 D. Nelson 09:30 10:00 IL23 F. Wang 10:15 10:30 O30 S. Nedilko 10:30 10:45 O31 O. Chukova 10:45 11:15 Coffe break 7 Photoluminescence of mesosized carbogenic quantum dots D.K. Nelson, B.S. Razbirin, A.N. Starukhin, D.A. Eurov, D.A. Kurdyukov, E.Yu. Stovpiaga, V.G. Golubev Shaping lanthanide luminescence in coreshell nanoparticles Feng Wang Optical properties of some carbon micro/nanosized materials S. Nedilko Heavy doped La 1-xRE xvo 4 luminescent nanoparticles with enhanced emission intensity Oksana Chukova, Sergiy G. Nedilko, Sergiy A. Nedilko, Tatiana Voitenko

8 Session: Progress in phosphors for luminescence lamps III Session chair: S. Nedilko, W. R. Liu 11:15 11:45 IL24 H.-Ch. Wu 11:45 12:00 O32 W. Walerczyk 12:00 12:15 O33 J. Kaszewski 12:15 12:30 Closing ceremony 12:30 14:00 Lunch Low temperature synthesis and luminescent properties of Ba-SiAlON Wiktoria Walerczyk, Przemysław Dereń Microwave hydrothermal c-eu 2O 3: growth and luminescence Jarosław Kaszewski, Bartłomiej Witkowski, Łukasz Wachnicki, Hanka Przybylińska, Bolesław Kozankiewicz, Marek Godlewski 8

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