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ORAL TALKS:
Plenary: 45 min;    Invited: 20 min;    Oral: 15-20 min.

Abdiche Ahmed, University ibn Khaldoun Tiaret, Algeria,

AlGaAsP optical properties via first principle study

Kramer Akli, The Ohio State University, USA,

Interaction of intense light with micro- and Nano-engineered materials

(Invited)

Andres Aldana, Newcastle University, UK 

DNA-based Semiconductor Nanowires

Arafa Aly,   Beni-Suef University, Egypt, 

How we can save the energy by using photonic crystals? (Invited)

Noureddine Aouzale, Université Cadi Ayyad, Morocco, 

Ultrasonic characterization of default in an immersed plate

Bouchra Asbani, University Cadi Ayad, Morocco, University of Picardie, France,

Electrocaloric effect in Ba-Ca-(ZrxTi1-x)O3 ceramics

Jamal Belhadi, University of Picardie, LPMC, France, 

A comparative study of the BaTiO3 thin film and the BaTiO3/BaZrO3 superlattices using X-ray diffraction and Raman spectroscopy

Feres Benabdallah, Université de Sfax, Tunisia, 

Structure-microstructure-property relationships in lead-free BCTZ piezoceramics processed by conventional sintering and spark plasma sintering

Yury Berdnikov, St. Petersburg Academic University, Russia,

Growth regime of self-catalysed nanowires with narrowing radius distribution

Annette Bussmann-Holder, Max-Planck-Institute , Germany, 

Tiny cause with huge impact: polar instability through strong magneto-electric-elastic coupling in bulk EuTiO3

Abhishek Chandramohan, Durham University, UK, 

Large-scale fabrication of stamps bearing size-tuneable nanostructures

Nicolas Chauvin, Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology, France, 

III-V nanowires on silicon for light emission in the telecom band   (Invited)

George Cirlin, St.Petersburg Academic University Russia, 

Arsenide Based Coherent Nanowires on Silicon Substrates: MBE Growth And Properties    (Invited)

Mohamed Dammak, Faculté des Sciences de Sfax,Tunisia, 

Optical center identification of Yb3+ doped CaF2 ceramics

Adrian Diaz Alvarez, IEMN, France,

Scanning tuneling microscopy of core-shell GaAs/LT-GaAs Nanowires

Catherine Dubourdieu, CNRS, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France, 

Towards complex  oxide electronics on semiconductors    (Plenary)

Anton Egorov, Ioffe Institute, Russia,

Diluted nitride semiconductors: Physics and Applications    (Invited)

Hamid Ez-Zahraouy, University Mohammed V, Morocco, 

Theoretical investigation of Electronic, Optical and Magnetic properties of Oxyde semi-conductor materials doped TM in bulk and thin films    (Invited)

David Andres Fernández Benavides, Centro de investigación y de estudios avanzados , Mexico, 

BNT-BKT-BT Solid-State Process Parameters Optimization for the Production of Ferroelectric Ceramics by Means of the Design of Experiments

Marc Fontana, University of Lorraine-Metz, France, 

Lithium niobate, a versatile material for many applications in optoelectronics: recent developments     (Invited)

Yaovi Gagou, University of Picardie, France, 

Resistive switching behavior in TTB type structure

Andrew Gallant, Durham University, UK, 

Micro- and Nanoengineering of Plasmonic Terahertz Devices    (Plenary)

Frank Glas, CNRS, France, 

Joint modelling of the kinetics and statistics of self-catalyzed nanowire growth    (Invited)

Yurij Grecenkov, St. Petersburg Academic University, Russia,

Modelling of growth of Au-catalysed In-Ga-As nanowires

Azat Gubaydullin, St. Petersburg Academic University, Russia,

Enhancement of spontaneous emission in metal-dielectric multilayer structures

Hana Kaddoussi, University of Picardie, France, University of Sfax - Tunisie

Electrocaloric effect in Ba-Ca-(ZrxTi1-x)O3 ceramics

Mikhail Kaliteevski, ITMO University, Russia, 

InAs - monolayer–based Bragg structures    (Invited)

Stanislav Kamba, Institute of Physics, Czech Republic,

Electromagnons in  multiferroics and magnon spintronics    (Invited)

Peter Karlsen,

University of Exeter, UK,

Terahertz Photo-Response of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Films

Andreas K. Klein, Durham University, UK, 

Stacked Metamaterials as Bragg Reflectors for THz Frequencies

Svitlana Kondovych, University of Picardie, France, 

Properties of in-plane polarized ferroelectric films with domains

Peter Krogstrup, University of Copenhagen - Niels Bohr Institute, NBI, Danmark, 

Semiconductor-superconductor nanowire epitaxy    (Invited)

Arunas Krotkus and Vaidas Pačebutas, Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology, Lithuania, 

Dilute bismide technology for optoelectronic devices     (Invited)

Feodor Kusmartsev, Department of Physics, Loughborough University, UK, 

New photovoltaic materials based on graphene-P3HT hybrids    (Invited)

Petr Kuzel, Institute of Physics, ASCR, Czech Republic, 

Ultrafast Terahertz Conductivity in Nanoscaled Systems     (Invited)

Abdelilah Lahmar, University of Picardie - UPJV, Laboratory of Condensed Matter Physics - LPMC, France, 

Analysis of the Structural, Magnetic and Luminescence Properties of K3Sr2EuNb10O30 Single Crystal Grown Fibers

Karoum Limame, Centre Régional des Metiers de l’Education et de la Formation de Fès, Morocco, 

Conduction behaviour, and electric Modulus properties of La-modified Lead Titanate Relaxor ceramics fabricated by sol-gel process

Igor Lukyanchuk, University of Picardie - UPJV, Laboratory of Condensed Matter Physics - LPMC, France,

Resonance Terahertz Electrodynamics of Domain Walls in Thin Ferroelectric Films: Effect of Negative Capacitance

Skender Morina, Nanyang Technological University & University of Iceland, Iceland, 

Control of the transport properties of two-dimensional systems by a high-frequency dressing field

Vladimir Neplokh, University Paris-Sud, France, 

EBIC measurements of GaN nanowires on Si substrate

Daniele Palaferri, University of Paris Diderot VII, France, 

Patch antenna terahertz photodetectors: recent advances and perspectives

Giacomo Priante, CNRS-Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures, France, 

GaP/GaAs axial heterostructures in self-catalyzed nanowires

Anna Razumnaya, University of Picardie, France, 

Raman spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction studies of compositionally tailored barium-strontium-titanate ferroelectric superlattice

Benaissa Rhouta, Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco,

Innovative multifunctional materials based on clays for wastewater treatment by photocatalysis and for the inhibition of metallic corrosion    (Invited)

Fatiha Rogti, Laboratoire de développement des matériaux semi-conducteur et matériaux diélectrique, Algeria,

Interfacial charge behavior in multi-layer insulation under the effect of temperature

Imen Saidi, University of Monastir, Tunisia, 

Theoretical study of the kink effect in AlGaN/GaN/SiC High Electron Mobility

Vasil Saroka, University of Exeter, UK, 

Terahertz emission from narrow-gap carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoribbons

Mohammed Shabat, Islamic University of Gaza; Palestine, 

Wide-angle and wavelength-independent perfect absorption at metamaterial surfaces     (Invited)

Vanik Shahnazaryan, University of Iceland, Iceland, 

Adiabatic preparation of a cold exciton condensate

Stella Skiadopoulou, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic, 

Magnetoelectric excitations in multiferroic Ni3TeO6

Amina Tachafine, Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale, France, 

Ferroelectric materials for frequency tunable capacitors

Lin Tian, IMM-CNR, Italy,

Growth of Si NWs on flexible organic substrates

Giorgio Tiburzi, University of Durham, UK,

Integration of nanowires in AFM probes

Mouna Triki, University Tunis Elmanar, Tunisia, 

Optical transitions of InAs/GaAs quantum rings and quantum dots under annealing process

Valerii Vinokur, Argonne National Laboratory, USA,

Vortex Mott transitions: experiment and theory     (Plenary)

Kader Zaidat, University of Grenoble Alpes, France, 

High Temperature Chemical Vapor Deposition of silicon on steels for the development of inexpensive solar cells : material design and stability    (Invited)

Moneim Zannen, University of Sfax, Tunisia, 

Toward Opto-electrocaloric Lead-free Materials

Dagou Zeze, Durham University, UK, 
Nanostructured Materials & Devices    (Plenary)



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