Welcome to the VIII International Conference for Professionals and Young Scientists “Low Temperature Physics 2017”!
The VIII International Conference for Professionals and Young Scientists “Low Temperature Physics” - ICPYS LTP 2017 was held in Kharkiv, Ukraine, during May 29 - June 2, 2017. This event was organized by B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering (ILTPE) NAS of Ukraine.
The Conference scope covered basic research in experimental and theoretical physics at low and ultralow temperatures, including solid state physics, nanophysics, biophysics, materials science, and a wide range of topics.
Young scientists from Ukraine and abroad presented 138 oral and poster reports. Also leading scientists from Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, India, Japan, Portugal, Russia, USA, and Ukraine participated in the conference as Invited Speakers. Lively debate during the oral and poster sessions contributed the participants to exchange useful information and to generate the new ideas, including possible further scientific collaboration.
In addition to rich scientific program, the organizers provided special events for nonformal communication between all scientists in the conference. In particular, participants visited the laboratories of the Institute during the Lab Tour, the traditional Young Scientists Workshop with sweets and a cup of coffee or tea, attended the Kharkiv-city walking excursion, visited the museums in Chuhuiv and had a picnic after the sessions.
The organisers thank the young participants, Invited Speakers, the Institute colleagues, and all guests for the active participation!
We hope this conference was interesting for you, and invite to visit ICPYS-LTP-2018!
The Best Presentations
During the conference all reports were listened by the Program Committee. The authors of the best presentation were chosen by the Program Committee and awarded.
Section 1 - Denys Karpov «THERMOMETRY WITH TRANSMON-RESONATOR SYSTEM»
Section 2 - Anastasiia Korniienko «Artificial Magnetic Materials: Curvature Induced One-Dimensional Magnonic Crystals»
Section 3 - Irina Ropakova «COMARATIVE STUDY OF OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF J-AGGREGATES OF BIC AND TDBC CYANINE DYES FORMED IN POLYMER FILMS»
Section 4 - Alexander Konstantinov «On the Possibility of a New Electric Effect in 2D Superfluid Systems»
Section 5 - Kirill Boldyrev «NEW GERMANIUM-VACANCY COLOUR CENTER IN DIAMONDS: OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND PROSPECTS OF APPLICATION»
Section 6 - Maksym Karachevtsev «NANOHYBRIDS FORMED BY PORPHYRIN TMPyP4 WITH GRAPHENE: DFT AND MOLECULAR DYNAMICS STUDY»
Section 7 - Kateryna Martynova «Thermoelectric properties of cold-pressed (Bi1-хSbх)2Te3 semiconductor solid solutions»
Section 8 - Olga Ilinskaya «INFLUENCE OF ELECTRON-ELECTRON CORRELATION ON FIGURE OF MERIT OF SPINTRONICAL THERMOELECTRICS CONTROLLED BY MAGNETIC FIELD»
Poster Section 1 - Marina Kolodyazhnaya «MAGNETOELASTIC PROPERTIES OF THE КDy(MoO4)2 IN THE VICINITY OF PHASE TRANSITIONS»
Poster Section 2 - Maksym Tymkovych «COMPUTER PLANNING FOR STEREOTACTIC CRYODESTRUCTION OF INTRACEREBRAL STRUCTURES»