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1 Program and presentations

2 Poster size

3 The Workbook of extended abstracts

4 Proceedings

5 Invited Talks

6 Program commitee

7 Advisory Board

Invited Talks

A. Alexandrov

Loughborough University UK

Theory of High Temperature Superconductivity in Cuprates and Other Doped Polar Insulators

A. Bianconi

University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy

Lattice complexity and shape resonances in multigap superconductors common to chalcogenides, pnictides, diborides and cuprates

А. Boris

MPI,  Stuttgart, Germany

Superconductivity-induced optical anomalies in iron arsenides

L.N. Bulaevskii

Los Alamos National Lab, USA

The role of vortex tunneling in dark and photon counts in single nano-scale photon detectors.


Institut Universitaire de France and University Bordeaux, France

Vortex molecules in thin films of layered superconductors

G.N. Gol'tsman

Moscow State Pedagogical University & CJSC "Superconducting nanotechnology"

IR  single-photon  receiver  based  on  ultrathin NbN superconducting film

M. Kagan

Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems, Moscow

Superconductivity in low-density electron systems with repulsive interaction

A. Kordyuk

IFW-Dresden, Germany

Electronic structure of ferro-pnictides from ARPES experiment.

A. Koshelev

Argonne Nat. Lab., USA

Probing fluctuating pancake vortices in layered superconductors with Josephson vortex lattice

Yu. Latyshev,

Institute of Radioelectronics, Russian Academy of Science

Collective Responses of Intrinsic Josephson Junctions to External Microwaves under Magnetic Field Oriented Across the Layers

G. Logvenov,

MPI,  Stuttgart, Germany

High Temperature Interface Superconductivity

A. Melnikov

N. Novgorod – Institute for physics of microstructures

Topological electronic transitions in vortex cores in type-II superconductors

S.G. Ovchinnikov

Kirenskii Institute of Physics, Krasnoyarsk

Normal and superconducting properties of cuprates in multielectron theory

N. Plakida

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna

Theory of spin-excitation spectrum and mechanisms of superconductivity in cuprates


Institute of Electrophysics RAS, Ekaterinburg

Electronic structure of iron based superconductors: pnictides versus chalcogenides.

M. Tanatar 

Iowa State University, Ames Lab., USA

Anisotropy of Normal and Superconducting State in Fe-based superconductors

G.E. Volovik

Aalto University, Finland

Flat band in topological matter: possible route to room-temperature

N. Zhigadlo

ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Crystal growth, structure and physical properties of LnFeAsO (Ln = rare earth) oxypnictide superconductors

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