The 40th Scientific Conference of the ISSP UL

On March 5-7, the 40th Scientific Conference of the ISSP UL will take place as part of the 82nd Scientific Conference of the University of Latvia.

The conference will explore a variety of solid-state physics aspects, addressing a range of topics crucial for the advancement of scientific understanding and technological applications. Attendees can anticipate engaging discussions and presentations on the following key themes:

  • Optical Materials: exploration of materials influencing and influenced by light, with applications in optics, photonics, and related fields.
  • Organic Materials: investigation into the properties and applications of organic compounds, with a focus on electronic, optical, and structural characteristics.
  • Materials for Energy Applications: unveiling research on materials designed for energy generation, storage, and efficient utilization across various applications.
  • Micro and Nanofabrication: in-depth examination of techniques and advancements in the fabrication of micro and nanoscale structures, vital for modern technology.
  • Structure and Morphology: analysis of the composition, arrangement, and morphological characteristics of materials, contributing to a deeper understanding of their properties.
  • Theory and Modelling: theoretical explorations and modeling approaches to comprehend the behavior and characteristics of materials at a fundamental level.
  • Thin Films and Coatings: discussions on the development, properties, and applications of thin films and coatings in various technological domains.
  • Nanomaterials: investigation into the unique properties and applications of nanomaterials, exploring the potential for groundbreaking advancements.
  • Devices and Prototypes: showcase of innovative devices and prototypes stemming from the research, highlighting practical applications and technological breakthroughs.

This diverse array of conference topics reflects the multidisciplinary nature of research at the ISSP UL, encouraging collaboration and knowledge exchange among researchers and students. Attendees can anticipate gaining insights into the latest advancements and contributing to the collective progress of the field.