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Invited Speakers

Vladimir AgranovichVladimir Agranovich

Vladimir Agranovich

Institute of Spectroscopy RAS


Thibault ChervyThibault Chervy

Thibault Chervy


Polaron-Polaritons in the fractional quantum Hall regime

Hui DengHui Deng

Hui Deng

University of Michigan

When Bose-Einstein condensates have dissipations or have not bosons

Thierry GuilletThierry Guillet

Thierry Guillet

University of Montpellier

Controlled and thermalized indirect exciton fluidsin a GaN/AlGaN quantum well with electrostatic traps

Anders HagfeldtAnders Hagfeldt

Anders Hagfeldt


Perovskite Solar Cells

Sven HöflingSven Höfling

Sven Höfling

University of Würzburg
School of Physics and Astronomy University of St Andrews

Quantum dot single photon sources for quantum technologies

Ivan IorshIvan Iorsh

Ivan Iorsh

ITMO University

Strong light matter coupling of excitons in two-dimensional materials to optical bound states in the continuum

Eugene KatzEugene Katz

Eugene Katz

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Luminescence Under Sunlight Excitation And Photon Recycling: From Gaas To Perovskite Photovoltaics

Alexey KavokinAlexey Kavokin

Alexey Kavokin

Westlake University

Split-ring polariton condensates as two-level quantum systems

Pavlos LagoudakisPavlos Lagoudakis

Pavlos Lagoudakis

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

Polariton Lattice Analogue Simulators: a newcomer to problem-specific solvers

Rainer F. MahrtRainer F. Mahrt

Rainer F. Mahrt

IBM Research

Superfluorescent Emission from Cesium Lead Halide Perovskite Quantum Dot Superlattices

Guillaume MalpuechGuillaume Malpuech

Guillaume Malpuech


Exciton-Polariton based topological photonics and topological lasers

Franco NoriFranco Nori

Franco Nori

The University of Michigan

Quantum Nonlinear Optics without Photons, how to excite two or more atoms simultaneously with a single photon, and other unusual properties of ultra-strongly-coupled QED systems.

Andrea RealeAndrea Reale

Andrea Reale

University of Rome Tor Vergata

Printable Organic Photovoltaic Devices Based on CVD Graphene Transparent Electrodes

Andrey RogachAndrey Rogach

Andrey Rogach

City University of Hong Kong

Perovskite Nanocrystals in Light-Emitting Devices

Paulo V. SantosPaulo V. Santos

Paulo V. Santos

PDI Berlin

Anisotropic Dipolar Interactions in Coupled Excitonic Bilayers

Georgy ShlyapnikovGeorgy Shlyapnikov

Georgy Shlyapnikov


New trends in the physics of cold atoms

Simone StrohmairSimone Strohmair

Simone Strohmair

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Spin related carrier dynamics in CsPbI3 nanocrystals

Abstract Submission

The Program Committee of the 20th International Conference on Physics of Light-Matter Coupling in Nanostructures invites authors to submit abstracts for presentation at PLMCN-20.


All abstracts MUST use the template

Oral presentations
contributed oral presentations are 20 minutes long, including 3 minutes for questions and discussion

Poster presentations
the available board area for poster presentations is
80 cm (width) x 110 cm (height)

General Information for speakers

Oral and Poster Abstracts Submission deadline is April 28, 2019.

Notification of Acceptance of the Abstracts is May 5, 2019.

All accepted abstracts will be included within the Conference Abstract Book which will be available in printed and electronic format on the PLMCN-20 Conference website.

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July 2-6, 2019 | Moscow & Suzdal - Russia