Attendees at a Glance


  • Hiromichi Adachi, Shinshu University, Japan
    The possibility of generating an patterned x-ray beam using magnetic crystals
  • Noriko Akutsu, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan
    Faceting diagram: anomaly in surface tension and formation of the macrostep caused by step-step attraction
  • Dmitri V. Alexandrov, Ural Federal University, Russia
    Thermo-solutal and kinetic regimes of dendritic growth in the presence of forced convective flow
  • Pavel Boldyrevskii, Nizhny Novgorod Lobachevsky State University, Russia
    Modeling and analysis of convective processes in gas phase during MOCVD epitaxy of semiconducting layers in reaction chamber with rotating     disk     substrate holder
  • Monica Craciun, University of Exeter, UK
    The growth of graphene single and polycrystalline films for advanced applications
  • Andrea Deak, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
    Gold(I) compounds with stimuli-responsive luminescent properties
  • Gabriele D’Avino, ICAM – I2CAM Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter, USA
    Molecular films for organic electronics applications: insights on nucleation and growth from molecular dynamics simulations
  • Amal Ali Elkordy, University of Sunderland, UK
    Implication of microcrystallisation of model hydrophobic drugs
  • Claudio Ferrari, Istituto IMEM-CNR, Italy
    Growth and characterization of epsilon phase large bandgap epitaxial Gallium Oxide
  • Francois Faure, CRPG-CNRS-Université de Lorraine, France
    Melt inclusions: macroscopic growth defect as recorder of magma history
  • Kozo Fujiwara, Tohoku University, Japan
    Melt growth mechanisms and crystal growth technology of multicrystalline Si for solar cells
  • Larisa B. Gulina, St. Petersburg State University, Russia
    Gas – solution interface technique for design and growth of the 2D inorganic nanocrystals and microtubes from them
  • Marti Gich, Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona-CSIC Campus de la UAB, Spain
    Functional epitaxial films by physical and chemical deposition. Advantages and synergies
  • Nikolay Gerasimchuk, Missouri State University, USA
    Coordination polymers of monovalent silver and thallium
  • Vardan Galstyan, University of Brescia and CNR INO, Italy
    Titania nanotubes for environmental and health monitoring
  • Henk Huinink, Techische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands
    Using hydration transitions in inorganic crystals for long term heat storage
  • John Harding, The University of Sheffield, UK
    Using computational simulation to understand biomineralisation: a problem in hetero-interfaces
  • Mitsuru Itoh, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    Oxide isomers: phase control of oxide thin films by PLD
  • Lev Kantorovitch, King’s College London, UK
    Ethylene decomposition on Ir(111): Initial path to graphene formation
  • Noriko Kurose, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
    Realization of conductive AlN buffer layer using spontaneous nano-size via-holes and its application to high power vertical AlGaN devices on Si substrate
  • Satoshi Kamiyama, Meijo University, Japan
    Growth and characterization of GaInN/GaN multi-quantum shell active layer for novel optoelectronic devices
  • Wilhelm Kossack, Universität Leipzig, Germany
    Confinement and Interface induced orientation of semi-crystalline Poly-Caprolactone
  • Christophe Labbez, University of Bourgogne, France
    Growth and Aggregation of Calcium Silicate Hydrate Nanoplatelet
  • Pietro Mandracci, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
    Effect of the titanium dioxide crystal and amorphous phases on its biological properties
  • Seigi Mizuno, Kyushu University, Japan
    Growth of Si4O5N3 single layer on SiC(0001) in vacuum
  • Takashi Matsuoka, Tohoku University, Japan
    Polarity in the growth of nitride semiconductors
  • Shingo Ono, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
    Filterless vacuum ultraviolet photodetector based on fluoride thin films
  • Andrey Prokofiev, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
    Design and Crystal Growth of Novel Thermoelectric Clathrates
  • Herbert Pfnur, Institut für Festkörperphysik, ATMOS, Germany
    Crystalline Ba silicate films: a new robust high-k dielectric material
  • Petr Pata, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
    Novel results in the domain of quality testing of optical crystals (especially calomel)
  • Stephen Pennycook, National University of Singapore, Singapore
    Innovating New Materials through Aberration-corrected Microscopy
  • Bernd Rauschenbach, IOM and University of Leipzig, Germany
    Sculptured thin films by ion beam sputtering
  • Eva Rauls, Universität Paderborn, Germany
    Structure formation of macromolecules on metal surfaces and ways to investigate them
  • Charles Renard, Université Paris-Sud, France
    High current density GaAs/Si-subtrate heterojunction by defect free epitaxial lateral overgrowth on tunnel oxide from nano-seed
  • P. Rajesh, SSN College of Engineering, India
    Development of Device Quality Direction Controlled Single Crystals by Sankaranarayanan-Ramasamy Method
  • Athena S. Sefat, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
    Preparation of iron-based pnictides, for studies of superconductivity
  • Hiroyuki Serizawa, Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), Japan
    Growth of Image Crystal in Ceramics by Helium Precipitation
  • Mandeep Sekhon, University of Victoria, Canada
    Numerical analysis of liquid phase diffusion growth of SiGe crystals under the combined influence of static magnetic field and crucible translation
  • Numan Salah, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
    Controllable Growth of Oxide Nanomaterials using the Microwave Assisted Chemical Rout
  • Tetsuro Shirasawa, University of Tokyo, Japan
    Quick characterization of epitaxial thin films by rainbow x-ray diffraction
  • Zlatko Sitar, North Carolina State University, USA
    Control of surface kinetics in AlGaN growth
  • Alexander Tonkikh, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH, Germany
    Epitaxial h-BN for Spintronic Applications
  • Sudhir B. Trived, Brimrose Technology Corporation, USA
    Mercurous Halide Crystals for Optoelectronic Applications
  • Denis V. Vyalikh, University of Technology Dresden, Germany
    Strong ferromagnetism at the silicon surface of antiferromagnets caused by buried magnetic moments
  • Shanpeng Wang, Shandong University, China
    Mid-infrared Nonlinear Optical Crystals: Bridgman Crystal Growth and Optical Properties
  • Hisao Yoshida, Kyoto University, Japan
    Semiconductor metal oxide crystals prepared by a flux method for photocatalytic reactions
  • Shouke Yan, Beijing University of Chemical Technolog, China
    Epitaxial-induced polymer crystallization: mechanism and application in multistructure control
  • You Yin, Gunma University, Japan
    Fast switching and resistance control in chalcogenide-based memory device
  • Dirk Zahn, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
    Engineering of molecular crystal polymorphs: guides from computer simulations
  • Limei Zheng, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
    (K, Na)NbO3-based lead free single crystals: growth and full tensor properties
Operating Organization



Important Dates

Abstract deadline: August 1, 2016 Registration for early birds: Before July 20, 2016