2018 IEEE International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Photonics (EExPolytech-2018) is a conference that aims to bring together specialists in Electrical Engineering and Photonics. The topics cover diverse applications in technology fields such as imaging, communication, sensing, and instrumentation, as well as the sciences such as biology and medicine, chemistry and fundamental physics. The conference is designed for researchers to report on the latest findings on Electrical Engineering and Photonics and stimulate scientific exchange among researchers and engineers from industry and academia.
Second Joint International Conference on Astrophysics for Young Scientists is organized by Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University, the Russian-Armenian University and Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory. The Conference will take place in Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory, Byurakan, Armenia, September 17-21, 2018.
The conference goal is in the identification, investigation and integration of new algorithms, approaches, architectures, methods and mechanisms to enable proper and efficient operation of a next-generation IP-based wireless network. Therefore, wireless networks and their interaction with wired networks shall be widely examined and addressed throughout the conference. The proceedings will be published in LNCS, Springer (confirmed) and indexed by relevant databases.
ICLO 2018 is the traditional international event, organized in the field of laser physics, quantum electronics, photonics, and optical engineering.
ICLO 2018 technical program includes selected topic symposia, plenary, parallel and poster sessions over five days. Distinguished plenary and invited speakers will present the state-of-the-art of laser physics, photonics and optical engineering.
We invite all students, PhD students and young scientists to participate in the 5th International School and Conference 'Saint Petersburg OPEN 2018' on Optoelectronics, Photonics, Engineering and Nanotechnology, chaired by academician Zhores I. Alferov, the Nobel prize winner in physics (2000), vice-president of the Russian Academy of Sciences.