International Conference

Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region

14 – 16 June 2017

Santaka Valley, Kaunas, Lithuania
National Innovations and Entrepreneurship Centre
K. Baršausko Str. 59, Kaunas, Lithuania


About Conference

What is NIBS?

The NIBS conference is organized by the Mads Clausen Institute at University of Southern Denmark, the North German Initiative Nanotechnology Schleswig-Holstein e.V.  (NINa SH eV) network, led by Kiel University, Germany, Kaunas University of Technology and Lithuanian Materials Research Society, Lithuania.

Conference will take place on 14-16 June 2017, in Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania.

Attendees from industry, academia and politics are invited to enter in a dialogue about the potential for interdisciplinary applications and new products from nanotechnology.

NIBS offers:
– state-of-the-art and stimulating presentations
– matchmaking events
– a dialogue platform between experienced and young researchers from industry and academia

NIBS provides presentations from companies and research institutions on current trends in the field of nanotechnology. Companies have the opportunity to communicate their success stories and the newest developments in-house. Young scientists present their work and find entrepreneurial opportunities.


In contrast to national conferences, NIBS brings together researchers and business stakeholders from the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) as well as parties involved in the cooperation with the BSR partners to share latest achievements in research, innovative solutions and applications in the field of nanotechnology. In contrast to large scale international conferences, NIBS focuses on the BSR, where the innovation potential from newest technologies is utmost high.

What’s in it for me? Why participate?

The NIBS conference offers an ideal opportunity to increase your visibility as a scientist, company or other stakeholder in the field of nanotechnology within the Baltic Sea Region. You can benefit from an active regional nanotechnology network and get a perfect stage to initiate new projects or start-ups and find new partners and customers, respectively.


Santaka Valley, Kaunas, Lithuania
National Innovations and Entrepreneurship Centre

  • Thin Films, Coatings and Nanomaterials
  • Photonics and Nanotechnology
  • Nanomedicine

Matchmaking session is dedicated to foster communication and exchange of business ideas. You can be noticed even before the actual event. Register yourself, insert your profile describing your areas of expertise and add your topics of interest. Search for matching profiles and request for the meetings, what will be held during the NIBS Conference.

Registration to Matchmaking session

Before 22nd of May After 22nd of May
Industry 300 EUR 350 EUR
Research and study institutions 200 EUR 250 EUR
Students 50 EUR 50 EUR
Accompanying person 30 EUR 30 EUR

The registration fee includes book of abstracts, participation in all sessions and Conference events (Welcome reception, coffee breaks, Conference dinner).

The registration fee for accompanying person includes Welcome reception and Conference dinner. Accompanying person fee does not include Conference materials.

The registration fee does not include accommodation costs.

To make money transfer please use bank information presented below:

Bank-correspondent: DRESDNER BANK
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Beneficiary’s Bank: AB SEB Bankas
Bank address: Gedimino pr.12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania
Beneficiary’s account: LT38 7044 0600 0310 4481
Name and Address of Beneficiary: Kauno technologijos universitetas
K. Donelaicio str. 73, LT-44029 Kaunas, Lithuania
Details of payment: KO 063 (Registration fee, participant’s name)

Billing information

If you make money transfer of registration fee from your own account and you need the invoice, please provide the following information:
– Your personal address;
– Your personal code;
– Registration fee amount.

If an organization pays the registration fee and the invoice is needed, please indicate:
– Organization name;
– Address and postcode;
– Organization code;
– Organization VAT code;
– Registration fee amount.

After the money transfer, please send a copy of the transaction document by email

The registration is not complete until the participant makes proof of the registration fee payment (a scanned document of the payment) – to be submitted by e-mail Please do not send any payments (bank transfers) without your Registration number included in the payment details. Such payments cannot be identified.

An electronic version of the Book of Abstracts.

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 8th of May, 2017.

The book of Abstracts in printed version will be distributed during the Conference. The participants, wishing to give oral or poster presentations, are kindly asked to submit the abstract (up to 1 A5 page) in electronic form during the registration or by sending the email (

The abstract should be prepared using a template provided and according to the following rules:

  • Abstract should be typed with single spacing using Microsoft Word processor:
    Font size, pt Font style Alignment
    Title 11 Bold Centered
    Authors 9 Bold Centered
    Institution 9 Italic Centered
    Main text 9 Regular Justify
    References 8 Regular Justify
    Keywords 9 Italic Justify
    Font Arial
    Line spacing 1
  • Page set up: paper size A5, margins: top – 18 mm, bottom – 11 mm, left – 17 mm, right – 17 mm.
  • First line of the paragraph tabulator position – 7 mm.
  • Abstract may include tables or figures, if necessary.
  • References, if necessary, should be numbered in square brackets ([1]) and listed at the end of the abstract.
  • Abstract must be submitted as a MS Word file. Rename the file as follows:
    NIBS_Corresponding_author’s_name_surname.docx (example: NIBS_john_smith.docx).

Oral Presentations

The times allocated for oral presentations are as follows:
– Plenary lectures, 30 minutes total
– Oral presentations, 20 minutes total
Please allow up to 5 min for discussions. Participant should upload their files and/or test their presentations before the session.
Poster Presentations

A poster session is a graphic presentation of an author’s research. Authors illustrate their study findings by displaying graphs, photos, diagrams, and a small amount of text on poster boards. A good format to follow is: Title and author(s); a brief introduction; experimental details, if novel; results and conclusion.

We recommend A1 size poster in portrait. Organizers will provide participants with all the necessary equipment to hang the posters. Participants can put their posters up at the beginning of the day of their poster session or just before it.

8 May 2017 Deadline for the abstracts submission​​
10 May 2017 Abstract acceptance notification
22 May 2017 Deadline for the reduced registration fee
Final announcement (including a Conference programme)
14 June 2017 Beginning of the Conference

On-site registration starts on 14th of June at 9 am.
Lectures will be organized from 14th to 16th of June.
The poster session is planned for 15th of June.
Departure is planned on the afternoon of 16th of June.

Conference will be held at SANTAKA Valley − Integrated Science, Studies and Business Centre.
Conference venue is K. Baršausko str. 59, Kaunas, Lithuania.

By plane

Kaunas can be easily accessible by plane from two airports: Vilnius International Airport and Kaunas Airport.

Vilnius International Airport is the main international airport in Lithuania. It is located in the south of Vilnius and only 7 km from the centre of the capital. More information can be found on the Vilnius airport website.

The city centre can be easily reached using city train or bus. There is special train between the Railway Station and the Airport. A train stop is located close to the passenger terminal (timetable). Bus stop is situated just outdoor the airport. Buses No.1 and No.2 go to the train/bus station (timetable). Also it is possible to take a ride to the train/bus station by a minibus of the company TOKS (timetable).

Train and bus from Vilnius to Kaunas will take approximately 1 h 45 minutes. Taxi from Vilnius Airport to Kaunas will take about 1 h 20 minutes, and will cost around 80 Eur.

Useful links:
– Vilnius Airport destinations;
– Train schedule from Vilnius Railway Station;
– Bus schedule from Vilnius Airport.

Kaunas Airport, located about 12 km north from the centre of Kaunas, has scheduled connections to 19 destinations in summer season. More information can be found on the airport website.

Bus connections from Kaunas Airport take around 45 minutes to Kaunas city centre. There is very convenient way to reach the Kaunas central bus station by bus No.29 (transport).

Taxi from Kaunas Airport to Kaunas city centre will take about 20 minutes, and will cost around 18 Eur.

Useful links:
– Kaunas Airport destinations;
– Bus schedule from Kaunas Airport.

Kaunas Bus Station address: Vytauto ave. 24, Kaunas.

Public transport in Kaunas

You can buy a single ride ticket from drivers on a bus/trolleybus (the coins are expected) or to buy an e-ticket valid for 3 or 7 days in the newspaper stand, that are located most often next to the bus stops. The e-ticket gives access for unlimited use of a bus/trolleybus for the purchased days.

Regular cost For students
(with ISIC card)
Single-use ticket sold in buses and trolleybuses 0.8 EUR 0.4 EUR
Single-use e-ticket 0.58 EUR 0.29 EUR + 1.74 EUR e-ticket card
E-ticket valid for 3 days 4.63 EUR + 1.74 EUR e-ticket card
E-ticket valid for 7 days 8.40 EUR 4.20 EUR + 1.74 EUR e-ticket card

The nearest bus stops to the Santaka Valley are “Breslaujos g.” and “Pašilės g.”. A ride from Kaunas city centre to Santaka Valley takes about 15 minutes.
Useful link: Kaunas public transport.

By car

Kaunas can be easily reached by car. Parking in Kaunas city centre, including Old Town area, is paid.
Useful link: Route planner.

We advise to choose in between of three following hotels that are located in downtown:

Useful link:



The conference is running on three topical days: motivation, innovation and young researcher. Topical sections include:

A: Thin Films, Coatings and Nanomaterials
B: Photonics and Nanotechnology
C: Nanomedicine

14 June 2017, Wednesday
08:30 Registration
Morning session:
Chair: Prof. Franz Faupel
09:00-10:00 Prof. Asta PundzienėVice-rector for research and innovations, KTU (Lithuania)
Prof. Sigitas TamulevičiusDirector, Institute of Materials Science, KTU (Lithuania)
Prof. Franz FaupelChair, Multicomponent Materials, CAU and NINa SH (Germany)
Prof. Horst-Günter RubahnDirector, Mads Clausen Institute, SDU (Denmark)
Keynote speeches (invited speakers)
Chair: Prof. Franz Faupel
10:00-10:30 Prof. Eckhardt Quandt / Dr. Dirk Meyners, “Love Wave Magnetic Field Sensors”, Inorganic Functional Materials, CAU (Germany)
10:30-10:50 Coffee break
10:50-11:20 Dr. Emil Højlund-Nielsen, “Nanotechnology – There’s Plenty of Room in Established Markets”, CEO Copenhagen Nanosystems (Denmark)
11:20-11:50 Prof. Arūnas Ramanavičius, “Conducting Polymers in Design of Sensors”, Vilnius University (Lithuania)
11:50-13:00 Lunch
Afternoon session:
Parallel topical forum
Forum 1 (Section A): Thin Films, Coatings and Nanomaterials
Chair: Prof. Horst-Günter Rubahn
13:00-13:30 Assoc. Prof. Frank Balzer, “Phenylene and Squaraine Organic Thin Films: Polarization Optics and Aging”, University of Southern Denmark (Denmark)
13:30-14:00 Dr. Mark Baker, “Thin Film Solar Cells for Large Area Space Applications”, University of Surrey (UK)
14:00-14:30 Dr. Cenk Aktas, “Nanostructured Surfaces for Functional Applications”, CAU (Germany)
14:30-15:00 Coffee break
15:00-15:30 J. Purans1, M. Zubkins1, K. Pudzs1, A. Vembris1, A. Belajevs2, A. Anzenovs2, “R&D multifunctional cluster tool for vacuum deposition inorganic and organic thin films”, 1Institute of Solid State Physics of University of Latvia (Latvia), 2Sidrabe Inc. (Latvia)
15:30-16:00 Prof. Väino Sammelselg, “Challenges of Nanotechnology for Metal Surfaces”, University of Tartu (Estonia)
16:00-16:30 Dr. Tarmo Tamm, “Smart Responsive Nanomaterials and Systems”, University of Tartu (Estonia)
Forum 2 (section B and C): Photonics and Nanotechnology/Nanomedicine
Chair: Prof. Sigitas Tamulevičius
13:00-13:30 Assoc. Prof. Vilma Petrikaitė, “Nanoparticles for Targeting Drug Delivery in Chemotherapy”, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (Lithuania)
13:30-14:00 Prof. Jyrki Tapio Heinämäki, “Electrospun Medicated Nanofibrous Systems”, University of Tartu (Estonia)
14:00-14:30 Assoc. Prof. Jonathan Brewer, “Nanoscopy as a Tool for Understanding Transdermal Drug Delivery”, University of Southern Denmark (Denmark)
14:30-15:00 Coffee break
15:00-15:30 Dr. Joel Henzie, “Approaching Challenges in Optics Through the Lens of Colloidal Chemistry”, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) (Japan)
15:30-16:00 Dr. Rodrigo Sato, “Observation of Optical Bistability in Noble Metals”, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) (Japan)
16:00-16:30 Regina Paszkiewicz, Bogdan Paszkiewicz, Marek Tlaczala,“AlGaN/GaN HEMT-Type Transducers for Gas- and Chem-Sensing Applications”, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
16:30 Discussion round
Chairs: Sigitas Tamulevičius, Franz Faupel, Horst-Günter Rubahn
17:30-18:00 Visit to Institute of Materials Science
18:00 Welcome reception
15 June 2017, Thursday
08:30 Registration
Morning session:
Success stories from industry (contributed speakers)
Chair: Prof. Horst-Günter Rubahn
09:00-09:20 Dr. Linas Giniūnas, “Femtosecond Lasers for Surface and Volume Nano Modifications”, Light Conversion / UAB MGF “Šviesos konversija” (Lithuania)
09:20-09:40 Dr. Ala Cojocaru, “Technolgy Transfer: from Laboratory to Industry”, FUMT R&D Functional Materials GmbH (Germany)
09:40-10:00 Dr. Jörg Wiesmann, “Innovative Products Feat. by Nanotechnology: How Ultra-Thin Multilayer Optics are Changing Modern X-ray Analytics”, Incoatec GmbH (Germany)
10:00-10:20 Dr. Artūras Mickus, “Baltic TRAM Project – the New Tool to Strengthen the Relationship between Analytical Research Institutions and Business in BSR”, Kaunas Science and Technology Park (Lithuania)
10:20-11:00 Coffee break
Chair: Prof. Franz Faupel
11:00-11:30 Prof. Mohammed Es-Souni, IMST, “Technology Aspects and Application Potentials of Supported Anisotropic Nanostructures”, University of Applied Sciences, Kiel (Germany)
11:30-11:50 Evaldas Pabrėža, “Don’t Call Me a “Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Substrate”!”, JSC Integrated Optics” (Lithuania)
11:50-12:10 Gediminas Koryzna, “Driving Innovation – We Have the Right DNA”, PE “Invest Lithuania”, (Lithuania)
12:10-12:30 Vytautas Petružis, “Breakthrough Technologies and Successful Business”, Kaunas Free Economic Zone (Lithuania)
12:30-13:30 Lunch
Afternoon session:

Chair: Aivaras Knieža
13:30-14:45 Pitch talks from industry (1:1 talks)
This part will be organized by European Enterprise Network represented by Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts.
The idea of this event is matchmaking based on Business, Technology and Research cooperation.  In order to streamline the matchmaking process the additional platform for registration for the matchmaking will be opened.
Entrepreneurship forum
Chair: Dr. Kęstutis Morkūnas
14:45-15:00 Edgaras Leichteris, “Public Support Schemes for Effective Technology Transfer. How Enterprise Europe Network Can Help?”, Lithuanian Innovation Center (Lithuania)
15:00-15:15 Dr. Cenk Aktas, “Application Oriented Research and Technology Transfer”, CAU (Germany)
15:15-15:30 Frederik Gottlieb, “Bridging entrepreneurship and tech innovation in Denmark – Educating the tech entrepreneurs of the future”, Mads Clausen Institute, SDU (Denmark)
15:30-16:15 Discussion forum on cross border (BSR) entrepreneurship
16:15-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-18:00 Poster session
ChairAssoc. Prof. Eglė Fataraitė-Urbonienė
16:30-18:00 Workshop of Interreg Baltic Sea Region program project #R019 “Power Electronics for Green Energy Efficiency (Green PE)” organized by Kaunas Science and Technology Park
19:00-21:00 Conference dinner (best poster award)
16 June 2017, Friday
08:30 Registration
Morning session:
Chairs: Dr. Jacek Fiutowski, Dr. Tomas Tamulevičius
09:00-09:15 Elżbieta Karolina Sobolewska1, Leszek Jozefowski2, Tomasz Kawalec2, Till Leißner1, Horst-Günter Rubahn1, Jost Adam1, Jacek Fiutowski1, “Excitation of Surface Plasmon Polaritons by Fluorescent Light from Organic Nanofibers”, 1University of Southern Denmark(Denmark), 2Jagiellonian University (Poland)
09:15-09:30 Adrien Chauvin, Jean Yves Mevellec, Bernard Humbert, Pierre Yves Tessier, Abdel-Aziz El Mel, “Synthesis of Nanoporous Gold for the Detection of Small Molecules”, Université de Nantes (France)
09:30-09:45 Agnese Brangule1,2, Karlis Agris Gross1, “FTIR Spectroscopy for the Differentiation of Nanosized Calcium Phosphates”, 1Riga Technical University, 2Riga Stradiņš University (Latvia)
09:45-10:00 Ramūnas Levinas1, Natalija Tsyntsaru2, Henrikas Cesiulis1, “Electrodeposition of Molybdenum Sulfide for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Catalysis”, 1Vilnius University (Lithuania), 2Institute of Applied Physics of ASM (Moldova)
10:00-10:25 Hendrikje R. Neumann, Hannes Westerhaus, Michael Timmermann, C. Selhuber-Unkel, “Gold Nanodot Printing for Microsensor Surface Functionalization”, Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel (Germany)
10:25-10:40 Coffee break
10:40-10:55 W. Dawidowski1, B. Ściana1, I. Zborowska-Lindert1, M. Badura1, K. Bielak1, D. Radziewicz1, D. Pucicki1, K. Żelazna1, M. Mikolášek2, M. Florovič2, J. Kováčand M. Tłaczała1“Application of Dilute Nitrides in Photovoltaics”, 1Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland), 2Slovak University of Technology (Slovakia)
10:55-11:10 Mindaugas Juodėnas1, Tomas Tamulevičius1, Joel Henzie2, Dainius Virganavičius1, Svajūnas Korsakas1, Sigitas Tamulevičius1, “Laser Modification of Self-Assembled Nanocube Arrays”, 1Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), 2International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (WPI-MANA), National Institute for Materials Science (Japan)
11:10-11:25 Evelina Jaselske, Diana Adliene, “Free Standing Dose Gels: First Approach to Ionizing Radiation Based 3D Printing”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
11:25-11:40 Bartlomiej K. Paszkiewicz, Andrzej Dziedzic, Bogdan Paszkiewicz, “Analysis of the Acoustic Waves Propagation Conditions in High Electron Mobility Transistors”, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
11:40 Short presentations from best poster award, poster session (open end)
13:00 Excursion
P1 W. Reichstein, A. Vahl, J. Strobel, O. Polonskyi, T. Strunskus, L. Kienle, F. Faupel, “Tuning of the Optical Properties of Alloy Nanoparticles with Varied Compositions Sputtered from One Target”, Christian-Albrechts University at Kiel (Germany)
P2 Linas Samardokas, Remigijus Ivanauskas, “Formation and Optical Properties of Tl-M-Se (M = Ga, Cu, Ag) Layers on Polyamide 6”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P3 Jacob Shiby Mathew1, Liutauras Marcinauskas1, Mindaugas Milieška2, Balakumaran Thanigachalam1, Alja Kupec3, Ramūnas Česnavičius1, Romualdas Kėželis2, “Characterization of Al2O3 Ceramic Coatings Prepared by Plasma Spraying”, 1Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), 2Lithuanian Energy Institute (Lithuania), 3Laboratory for Tribology and Interface Nanotechnology (Slovenia)
P4 Darta Ubele, Karlis-Agris Gross, “Influence of α-Tricalcium Phosphate Crystallinity on Cement Formation”, Riga Technical University (Latvia)
P5 Virginija Kleivaitė, Rimvydas Milašius, “Electrospun Nanofibrous Webs an Their Structure Estimation”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P6 Anna Brudzisz, Agnieszka Brzózka, Karolina Gawlak, Grzegorz D. Sulka, “Nanowire Array Electrodes for Reduction of Chloroform”, Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland)
P7 Artūras Grabusovas, Tomas Tamulevičius, “Formation of Periodic Nanostructures Using Lloyd’s Mirror Interferometer”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P8 Lina Grinevičiūtė1, Rytis Buzelis1, Andrius Melninkaitis2 and Tomas Tolenis1, “Highly Resistant UV Waveplates Based on Nano-Structured Anisotropic Coatings”, 1State research institute Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (Lithuania), 2Vilnius University, Laser Research Center (Lithuania)
P9 Tomas Tolenis1, Lina Grinevičiūtė1, Andrius Melninkaitis2, Rytis Buzelis1, Lina Mažulė2 and Ramutis Drazdys1, “All-Silica Based Optical Coatings Produced by Tailoring the Porosity in Thin Films”, 1State research institute Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (Lithuania), 2Vilnius University, Laser Research Center (Lithuania)
P10 N. G. Kovalchuk1, T. Tamulevicius2, K. A. Nigerish1, O. Ulcinas2, M. Juodenas2, S. Tamulevicius2, I. V. Komissarov1, S. L. Prischepa1, “Structuring of CVD Grown Graphene by Femtosecond Laser”,1Belarussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (Belarus), 2Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P11 D. Peckus1, T. Matulaitis1, T. Tamulevičius1, J. Simokaitienė1, V. Mimaitė1, D. Volyniuk1, M. Franckevičius2, V. Gulbinas2, S. Tamulevičius1, J. V. Gražulevičius1, “Ultrafast Dynamical Electrooptical Properties of New Dendritic Molecules Comprising Various Coresand Triphenylamine-Based Arms”, 1Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), 2Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (Lithuania)
P12 Brigita Abakevičienė1, Mantas Lukauskas1, Dalius Jucius1,  Algirdas Lazauskas1, Viktoras Grigaliūnas1, Mindaugas Gedvilas2, Mantas Gaidys2, Gediminas Račiukaitis2, “Structural Properties of Temperature-UV Affected Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene Film”, 1Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), 2Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (Lithuania)
P13 Eisuke Fujiwara, Hiroshi Fukudome, Ryohei Ishige, Shinji Ando, “Pressure Induced Changes in Aggregation Structures of Polyimide Films Probed by Florescence Spectra”, 1Department of Chemical Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
P14 Erika Rajackaitė, Rimantas Gudaitis, Sigitas Tamulevičius, “Synthesis of Graphene by Microwave Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P15 Lukas Ramalis, Justas Petrauskas, Asta Guobienė2, “Formation and Analysis of Periodic Metalceramic Nanocomposite Structures”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P16 Tomas Tamulevičius1, Lukas Stankevičius1, Domantas Peckus1, Mindaugas Juodėnas1, Hongpan Rong2, Joel Henzie2, Sigitas Tamulevičius1, “Excitation of Optomechanical Resonances in Monodisperse Plasmonic Nanocubes”, 1Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), 2National Institute for Materials Science (Japan)
P17 A. V. Felsheruk, T. I. Makovskaya, A. L. Danilyuk, “Terahertz Surface Plasmons in Gated Graphene Heterostructure”, Belarussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (Belarus)
P18 Tomas Klinavičius, Linas Šimatonis, Mindaugas Juodėnas, Aušrinė Jurkevičiūtė, Andrius Pulauskas, Kęstutis Jankauskas, Rytis Maskeliūnas, Armantas Ostreika, Tomas Tamulevičius, “Human Perception-based Rendering Algorithm for Modelling of Dot-matrix Hologram Images”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P19 Mindaugas Juodėnas, Tomas Tamulevičius, Linas Šimatonis, Sigitas Tamulevičius, “Microchannel Formation in Fused Silica via Ultra-Short Pulse Laser Induced Chemical Etching”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P20 Paweł Piotr Cielecki1, Elżbieta Karolina Sobolewska1, Oksana Kostiuočenko1, Till Leißner1, Tomas Tamulevičius2, Sigitas Tamulevičius2, Horst-Günter Rubahn1, Jost Adam1, Jacek Fiutowski1, “Preservation of Plasmonic Interactions in DLC Protected Robust Organic-Plasmonic Hybrid Systems”, 1University of Southern Denmark (Denmark),2Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
P21 R.-M. Friedrich, S. Zabel, J.-M. Wagner, C. Selhuber-Unkel, F. Faupel, “How to Detect Magnetically Labeled Cells Using Magnetoelectric Sensors”, 1Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (Germany)
P22 Agnė Janonienė1, Zehua Liu2, Lina Baranauskiene1, Hongbo Zhang2, Vilma Petrikaite1,3, Hélder A. Santos2, “Modified Porous Silicon Nanoparticles for Cancer Targeting via Carbonic Anhydrase IX”, 1Institute of Biotechnology (Lithuania), 2University of Helsinky (Finland), 3Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (Lithuania)
P23 Anna Pawlik1, Marie Hubalek Kalbacova2, Grzegorz D. Sulka1, “Modified Nanoporous TiO2 Layers as Drug Delivery Systems and Scaffoldsfor Osteoblasts-Like Cells Culturing”, 1Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland), 2Charles University (Czech Republic)
P24 Akvilė Andziukevičiūtė-Jankūnienė1, Saimonas Mureika1, Aistė Lisauskaitė1, Ramunė Bobinaitė2, Dalia Urbonavičienė2, Virginija Jankauskaitė1, “The Plant Residue Particles Influenceon the Polydimethylsiloxane Properties”, 1Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), 2Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry (Lithuania)
P25 M. Skruodiene, A. Katelnikovas, R. Skaudzius, “Cr3+ and Tb3+ Co-Doped YAG: Promising Phosphors for Solid-State Lighting”, Vilnius University (Lithuania)
P26 A. Palaveniene, A. Kunciute, J. Liesiene, “Topical Semi-Solid Preparations with Powdered Cuttlebone for Treatment of Chemical Burns”, Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)


Prof. Franz Faupel, CAU/NINa SH
Assoc. Prof. Jacek Fiutowski, SDU
Dr. Christian Ohrt, CAU/NINa SH
Prof. Asta Pundzienė, KTU
Prof. Horst-Günter Rubahn, SDU
Prof. Sigitas Tamulevičius, KTU/LT-MRS
Prof. Sigitas Tamulevičius, KTU/LT-MRS
Dr. Leonas Balaševičius, KTU
Dr. Kęstutis Morkūnas, KTU
Assoc. Prof. Bronė Narkevičienė, KTU
Dr. Tomas Tamulevičius, KTU
Dr. Eglė Fataraitė-Urbonienė, KTU/LT-MRS
PhD student Erika Rajackaitė, KTU
PhD student Elzbieta Sobolewska, SDU
Prof. Rainer Adelung, Kiel University, Germany
Dr. Petras Balkevičius, JSC “Eksma”, Lithuania
Prof. Wolfgang Beneke, Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology, Germany
Prof. Mady Elbahri, Aalto University, Finland
Prof. Donats Erts, Latvia University, Latvia
Dr. Vygintas Grinis, Kaunas Science and Technology Park, Lithuania
Dr. Joel Henzie, Tsukuba, International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, Japan
Dr. Rynno Lohmus, Tartu University, Estonia
Prof. Yi Luo, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Sweden
Prof. Silke Tegtmeier, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Prof. Marek Tlaczala, Technological University of Wroclaw, Poland
Prof. Gintaras Valušis, Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Lithuania
Prof. Horst Weller, Hamburg University, Germany

If you have any questions please do not hesitate and contact us:

Conference e-mail:

Conference website:

Dr. Eglė Fataraitė-Urbonienė

Contact Person

K. Baršausko St. 59,
phone: +370 (610) 04 824

Institute of Materials Science of Kaunas University of Technology
K. Baršausko St. 59, LT-51423 Kaunas, Lithuania

Phone: +370 (37) 313 432
Phone/fax: +370 (37) 314 423

How to reach the venue?

KTU Santaka Valley (K. Baršausko g. 59, Kaunas, Lithuania)

Google Maps:

Some options may lead you to Vilnius which sometimes is more convenient for the arrival by plane. Vilnius is just 100 km away from Kaunas. If you use public transport, your destination in Kaunas is Kaunas Bus Station (Kauno autobusų stotis) or Kaunas Train Station (Kauno geležinkelio stotis). They are situated close to each other and to the city centre.

Participants of the conference who need a visa to come to Lithuania can find useful information here.