Program of the Symposium
Program of the
XXth International Symposium on Non-Oxide and New Optical Glasses
Grand hotel OKA, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, August 21-26, 2016
|Sunday 21st||Monday, August, 22nd||Tuesday, August, 23rd||Wednesday, August, 24th||Thursday, August, 25th|
|8:00 – 9:00||Registration|
|poster Session||Session V-2
Optical Linear and Non-Linear Properties of Glasses and Fibers.
|9:50-10:00||Plenary Talk||Session I-2
High-Purity Glasses, Special Glasses and Low-Loss Fibers
|10:00 – 10:10|
|10:10 – 10:20|
|10:20 – 10:30|
|10:30 – 10:40|
|10:40 – 10:50||Coffee break||Excursion Tour to old Russian town Gorodets|
|10:50 – 11:10||Coffee break and poster Session||Coffee break|
|11:10 - 11:20||Plenary Talk|
|11:20 – 11:30||Session I-2
Glass-Ceramics and Optical Ceramics
|11:30 – 11:40|
|11:40 – 11:50|
|11:50 – 12:00|
|12:00 – 12:10||inv|
|12:10 – 12:20|
|12:20 – 12:30|
|12:30 – 12:40|
|12:40 – 12:50|
|12:50 – 13:00|
|13:00 – 14:00||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch|
|14-00-14:10||Session I-1: Synthesis, Melting and
Processing of Glasses and Glass - Ceramics.
Modeling of Glass Structure; Glass,
Surface and Interfaces; Structure and Properties.
Hall Standard 1
Luminescent Glasses, Optical Waveguides and Glass-Ceramics for active applications.
Optical Thin Films
Phase Change Materials and Photo-Induced Effects
Hall Standard 1
|14:10 – 14:20|
|14:20 - 14:30|
|14:30 - 14:40|
|14:40 - 14:50|
|14:50 - 15:00|
|15:00 – 15:10|
|15:10 – 15:20|
|15:20 – 15:30|
|15:30 – 15:40|
|15:40 – 15:50|
|15:50 – 16:00|
|16:00 – 16:10||Coffee break||Coffee break and poster Session|
|16:10 – 16:20|
|16:20 – 16:30|
|16:30 - 16:40||Session I-1
Glasses for Medicine, Biotechnology, Sensors, Energy applications
Hall Standard 1
|Session V-1||Session II
Glass Transition, Relaxation in Glasses and Glass-forming Liquids, Mechanical Properties.
|16:40 - 16:50|
|16:50 - 17:00|
|17:00 – 17:10|
|17:10 – 17:20|
|17:20 – 17:30|
|17:30 – 17:40|
|17:40 - 17:50|
|17:50 - 18:00|
|18:00 – 18:10||Registration and
|18:10 – 18:20|
|18:30 – 18:40|
|19:00 – 2100||Conference Dinner|
|Sunday, August 21st|
|18:00-21:00||Registration and Welcome party|
|Monday, August 22nd|
|9:00-9:50||Opening Ceremony Lux Hall|
Mid-Infrared Photonics: A Hot Topic! Professor Seddon A., George Green Institute for Electromagnetics Research, University of Nottingham, UK
Down-shifting and Up-conversion to enhance the efficiency of solar cells Professor Ribeiro S., Sao Paulo State University – UNESP, Brazil
Structural, thermal and optical properties of a new antimony-phosphate germanate glasses inv 1
Novel ways to prepare chalcogenide glasses and non linear glass-ceramics Inv 2
|Session||Session I-1: Synthesis, Melting and Processing of Glasses and Glass - Ceramics. Business Hall Chairman: Tver’yanovich Yu.||Session III:
Modeling of Glass Structure; Glass, Surface and Interfaces; Structure and Properties. Hall Standard 1 Chairman : Wagner T.
|14:00-14:30||Dorofeev V. High-Purity Tellurite Glasses for Fiber Optics
Local Modification of Glass Structure: from Nanogratings to Crystalline Waveguides
|14:30-15:00||Brekhovskikh M. Modified Fluoride ZBLAN Glasses
Structure and Properties of Telluride Glasses by means of Molecular Dynamics and Solid-State NMRIII O-1
Optical Properties of Tantalum Germanate Glasses, Glass-ceramics and Planar WaveguidesI-1 O-1
Quasiparticle formulation of thermo-dynamic functions of glasses and meltsIII O-2
Bonding and Structure of Oxofluoroniobate-based Glasses: ZnNbOF5–BaF2 and ZnNbOF5–InF3–BaF2 SystemsIII O-3
Chemical Processes in the Batch and in the Melt to Produce Binary and Multicomponent Tellurite-Molybdate GlassesI-1 O-2
Structure-Property Relations in Silver Ion Conducting Homogeneous Ag-Ga-Ge-Selenide GlassesIII O-4
Adhesion mechanism of contamination of optical glassy arsenic sulfides by SiO2 particlesI-1 O-3
Synthesis, Melting and Processing of Glasses and Glass - Ceramics Business Hall Chairman: Messaddeq Y.
Glasses for Medicine, Biotechnology, Sensors, Energy applications Hall Standard 1 Chairman : Bufetov I.
Fluorophosphate glass fiber for transmission in the uv I-1 O-4
|16:30-17:00||Arbuzov V. Russian Neodymium Phosphate Glasses for the Laser Controlled Fusion Research: Technology and Limit Properties VIII -inv 1|
Research on Far-IR Suspended-core Fiber with Te-based Chalcogenide GlassI-1 O-5
|17:00-17:20||Parnell H. Chalcogenide glass fibre-optics for the in-vivo mid-infrared optical biopsy VIII O-1|
|17:10-17:30||Velmuzhov А. Glasses of Ge – S – I and Ge – Se – I Systems for Infrared Fiber Optics I-1 O-6||17:20-17:40||Jayasuriya D.
Fabrication of high and low numerical aperture optical fibre for sensing, mapping and imagingVIII O-2
The influence of PbO on spectra and thermo-optical properties of Nd3+-doped phosphate laser glassI-1 O-7
|17:40-18:00||Tver’yanovich Yu. Nano-layered solid electrolyte prepared by laser ablation VIII O-3|
Broadening of NIR Emission from Bismuth Doped Germanium Glass Melting in a Controlled Reducing AtmosphereI-1 O-8
Bipolar resistive switching in capacitor-like structures based on ionic and covalent oxide dielectricsVIII O-4
Nitrogen Rich Glasses in the La-Si-O-N SystemI-1 O-9
AlF3-based glasses as promising material for mid-IR solid state lasersVIII O-5
|Tuesday, August 23rd|
High-Purity Glasses, Special Glasses and Low-Loss Fibers Business Hall Chairmen : Seddon A., Ribeiro S.
Bismuth-doped glass optical fibers: a new breakthtough in laser media Professor Dianov E., Fiber Optics Research Center of RAS, Russia
|9:50:10:20||Dai S. Fabrication and characterization of novel multi-material chalcogenide glass fibers and fiber tapers for Mid-infrared SC generation I-2-inv 1|
Hollow-Core Revolver Optical FibersI-2-inv 2
|10:50-11:20||Coffee break and poster Session|
Mid InfraRed Fiber Optics – Review of Technologies and Key ApplicationsI-2-inv 3
Recent advances and trends in development of chalcogenide glasses for passive and active fiber optics I-2-inv 4
|12:20-12:40||Skripachev I. Towards Chalcogenide Glass Fibers with Intrinsic Optical Losses I-2-inv 5|
|12:40-13:00||Plotnichenko V. Specifics of spectral loss measurement in IR fibers I-2 O-1|
Luminescent Glasses, Optical Waveguides and Glass-Ceramics for active applications Business Hall Chairmen : Artyushenko V., Sigaev V.
Optical Thin Films Session IV:
Phase Change Materials and Photo-Induced Effects Hall Standard 1 Chairmen : Arbuzov V., Kozyukhin S.
|14:00-14:30||Heo J. Glasses containing chalcogenide quantum dots V-1 -inv 1||14:00-14:30||Wagner T. Chalcogenide glass films FOR Nanoscale memories VI -inv 1|
|14:30-15:00||Ledemi Y. Recent progress in the development of ittrbium-doped oxyfluoride glass-ceramics for laser cooling application V-1 -inv 2||14:30-15:00||Kozyukhin S. Investigation of crystallization mechanism and kinetics for amorphous thin films of phase change memory materials VI -inv 2|
Photoluminescence properties of Er3+ doped phosphate tungstate glass containing Ag-nanoparticlesV-1 O-1
Microstructure Formation In Chalcogenide Thin Films Assisted By LaserVI -inv 3
|15:20-15:40||Karaksina E. Preparation and characterization of high purity Pr3+-doped Ga(In)-Ge-As(Sb)-Se glasses V-1 O-2||15:30-15:50||Qasmi A. Photoinduced changes of optical and structural properties in As- based thin films glassy doped with copper VI O-1|
Local Environment Dependence on the Luminescence of Rare Earth Doped Chalcohalide Glasses and Glass CeramicsV-1 O-3
|15:50-16:10||Shen X. Physical Properties and Crystallization Behaviours in GexTe1-x films VI O-2|
|16:00-16:30||Coffee break and poster Session|
Luminescent Glasses, Optical Waveguides and Glass-Ceramics for active applications Business Hall Chairman : Romanova E.
|Session II: Glass Transition, Relaxation in Glasses and Glass-forming Liquids, Mechanical Properties Hall Standard 1 Chairman : Wen Lei|
Studies of various praseodymium additives doped chalcogenide Se-based fibresV-1 O-4
|16:30-16:50||Brandova D. Crystallization and relaxation behavior of Ge11Ga11Te78 infrared glass II-O-1|
Design of Photonic Crystals to Enhance the Fluorescence Emission in Rare-earth Doped Chalcogenide GlassV-1 O-5
|16:50-17:10||Fraenkl M. Study of ionic properties by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and radioactive tracer diffusion II-O-2|
|17:10-17:30||Bentouila O. Spectroscopic analysis of Tm3+/Yb+3/Ho+3 tri-doped fluorophosphates glasses V-1 O-6||17:10-17:30||Kostal P. Viscous Behavior of Chalcogenide Materials II-O-3|
Spectral Properties of Er3+-doped High-Purity Tellurite GlassesV-1 O-7
Nanocrystallization of RE – doped Tellurite GlassesII-O-4
Visible and near-infrared luminescence of Pb-active centers in silica glassV-1 O-8
|17:50-18:10||Pynenkov A.A. The effect of crystallization on the luminescent properties of bismuth-doped barium gallium germanate glasses II-O-5|
The Study of the State of Bismuth Ions in Bi-doped GeSx (1<x<2) and Ge-As- S GlassesV-1 O-9
|Wednesday, August 24th|
|10:40-17:30||Excursion Tour to old Russian town Gorodets
|19:00-21:00||Conference Dinner: “Royal” restaurant of OKA Grand Hotel|
|Thursday, August 25th|
Optical Linear and Non-Linear Properties of Glasses and Fibers. Business Hall Chairmen : Shiryaev V., Dai S.
Linear and nonlinear optical properties of chalcogenide glasses within Ge-Sn-Se system V-2 O-1
Study on the magneto-optical properties of Ga2S3 -GeS2- based chalcohalide glassesV-2 O-2
Accurate Measurement of the Nonlinear Optical Constants of Chalcogenide Glasses V-2 O-3
Optical and Thermal Properties of Monoisotopic Glasses on the Basis of Arsenic Sulfide, Germanium Sulfide and Arsenic Selenide V-2 O-4
A portable luminescent thermometer based on green up-conversion emission of Er3+/Yb3+ co-doped tellurite glassV-2 O-5
Glass-Ceramics and Optical Ceramics Business Hall Chairman: Calvez L.
Synthesis, Structure and Optical Properties of Transparent Glass-Ceramics with Nanocrystals of Rare-Earth Niobates VII O-1
Effect of LiF Sintering Aid on the Properties of MgAl2O4 Ceramics.VII O-2
Fabrication of Fe2+:ZnSe Polycrystalline Samples with Different Geometry of Doping and Investigation of Generation Characteristics of Synthesized Materials VII O-3
Luminescent Glass-ceramics Containing Fluoride, Aluminate and Borate Subphases for WLED Application VII O-4
|14:00-15:00||Closing Ceremony Business Hall|
Program of poster session
|P1||Preparation of tellurite-molybdate glasses containing of lanthanum oxide from precipitated batch
|P2||Preparation of the TeO2 ? WO3 Glasses by Using of the Batches Precipitated from Aqueous Solutions
|P3||Thermal and Crystallization Properties of Fluorozirconate-Phosphate Glasses Doped with Rare Earths
|P4||Peculiarities of structure, crystallization and luminescence in the TeO2-PbO•P2O5-PbF2:EuF3 glasses.
|P5||Synthesis and study of new in-containing oxyfluoroniobate glasses.
|P6||Fluorozirconate and fluorohafnate glasses, doped with europium.
|P7||The Use of the ICP-AES Method to Determine Matrix Components and Impurity Elements in the As-S, As-Se Chalcogenide Glass Systems
|P8||Optical, Thermal and Crystallization Properties of High-Purity TeO2-ZnO-La2O3-Na2O glasses
|P9||Methodology to evaluate the stability of crystallization tellurite glasses by DSC methods
|P10||Removing the Defective Surface Layer by Magnetorheological Treatment.
|P11||Is the Term “Polyamorphism” Correct for Noncrystalline Substance?
|P12||Structural characterization and electrical condactivities of highly Ion-conducting glasses and glass ceramics in the system
Santagneli S. H.
|P13||Effect of Silver and Sodium Ions on Optical Properties and Structure TeO2-WO3-La2O3 Glass
|P14||Isothermal and laser crystallization of amorphous thin films of PCM materials: comparative analysis of the two mechanisms.
|P15||Excitation induced NIR emission analysis in Pr3+ single and Pr3+, Yb3+ co-doped TZYN glasses for optical amplifiers.
|P16||Photoluminescence and Thermal Lens spectroscopic investigations of highly efficient fluorophosphates glasses doped with Nd3+ and Er3+
Goncalves T. S.
|P17||Luminescent Lead Tungsten Fluorophosphate Glasses and Glass-Ceramics
|P18||Superposition Spectra and Interionic Energy Migration in Fluorophosphate:Ho3+/Er3+ Glass
|P19||Up-conversion detection of 1.908 micron radiation of Tm: YLF in the glass composition TeO2-PbF2-Ho2O3-Yb2O3
|P20||Study of Magnetooptic Properties of High-Purity Tellurium Dioxide Based Glasses
|P21||Thermal and Optical Properties of Niobium Phosphate Glasses and Glass-Ceramics
|P22||NMR Spectroscopy of the Fluoride Glasses in the BiF3?Rb(Cs)F?ZrF4 Systems
|P23||Investigation of heterophase inclusions as a source of optical losses in high-purity chalcogenide and tellurite glasses for fiber optics.
|P24||A study of glasses in the TeO2 -P2O5PbO-PbF2-MF3(М-Er, Eu, Nd) system by light nonelastic scattering method.
|P25||Nonlinear Optical Properties of High-Purity Tellurite Glasses
|P26||Glass Formation Region and Optical Properties of TeO2-MoO3-Bi2O3 System.
|P27||Optical absorption of d-elements in the tellurite-molybdate glasses
|P28||Electrical, dielectric, and optical properties of PbO-Ga2O3-Bi2O3 glasses
|P29||Planar waveguides based on tungsten-tellurite glass.
|P30||Effect of visible light on Ag doped GST thin films.
|P31||Hot Pressing of Transparent Ceramics of Tb2O3-Y2O3 Solid Solutions.
|P32||Effect of CoO Addition on the Structure and Optical Properties of Transparent Glass-Ceramics based on ZnO and Zn2SiO4 nanocrystals.
|P33||Evanescent Wave Analysis of a Multimode Chalcogenide Fiber Embedded into a Crude Oil.
|P34||Whispering Gallery Modes of Optical Microresonators Made of Chalcogenide Glass.
|P35||Chalcogenide fused fiber couplers development and characterization
|P36||On the Possibility of Mid-IR Supercontinuum Generation in Dispersion Engineered Chalcogenide Fibers with All-Fiber Femtosecond Pump Source