- Physical properties of biomolecular nanosystems.
- Interactions of biomolecules with nanoparticles and nanostructured surfaces.
- Enhancement of optical processes in biomolecules by nanostructured metal surfaces.
- Biomolecules, hybrids of biomolecules with carbon nanostrucrures (graphene, nanotubes, fullerenes, and other carbon nanoparticles).
- Theory and computer modeling of nanoscopic biological systems;
- BioNano-materials, -composites and their applications.
- Special sessions on the progress of collaborative projects:
- HORIZON 2020 project “Asymmetry of biological membrane: theoretical, experimental and applied aspects” (690853 — assymcurv — H2020-MSCA-RISE-2015)
- NATO SPS project 985291 “Detection of biohazards by means of spectroscopy of biological membranes”
Prof. Baiba Berzina "Luminescent nanoparticles for optical imaging of biological materials";
Dr. Francesca Cecchet "Shedding light on nanoparticles/membranes interactions through vibrational second order nonlinear optical spectroscopy";
Prof. Alexander P. Demchenko "Carbonic nanostructures as efficient instruments in molecular and cellular research";
Prof. Galyna Dovbeshko "Role mitochondrion and its vibration markers";
Prof. Arvi Freiberg "New Insights into Photosynthetic Excitations Achieved by High-pressure Perturbation";
Dr. hab. Dariusz Hreniak "Near-infrared persistent luminescence nanoparticles for optical imaging of biological tissues";
Dr. Alexander Krivchikov "Hybridization between optic and acouctic modes in amorphouse solids";
Prof. Eugene Kryachko "Does the complete description of mutations in the A-T pair of DNA matter?";
Dr. hab. Anna Lukowiak "Luminescent bioactive glasses and composites";
Prof. Ago Rinken "Characterization of interactions between proteins with their ligands using TIRF microscopy";
Prof. Wieslaw Strek "Laser stimulated lighting of graphene materials".
(the list of invited lectures will be updated) …