Invited Speakers


Klaus-Peter Dinse (Zavoisky Awardee 2020)
(Free University Berlin, Berlin, Germany) 

"From high power to low power –
recipes for a successful scientific life!"

Roman Babunts
(Ioffe Institute, Russia) 

"EPR/ODMR instrument complex and its application
for the study of wide band gap materials"

Elena Bagryanskaya
(N. N. Vorozhtsov Novosibirsk Institute of Organic Chemistry
SB RAS, Russia) 

"EPR study of intristically disordered protein in cell"

Antonio Barbon
(Italy, Padova)

"New insights from the study of triplet states"

Bernhard Blümich
(RWTH Aachen University, Germany)

"Advances and adventures with compact magnetic

Bela Bode 
(University of St. Andrews, UK) 

"Enhancing coordination-based copper(II) spin labelling for accurate distances at sub-micromolar concentrations"

Michael Bowman
(University of Alabama, USA) 

"New angles on pulsed hyperfine spectroscopy: making
ESEEM sing"

Gerd Buntkowsky 
(TU Darmstadt, Germany)

"DNP enhanced solid-state NMR spectroscopy of
functional materials"

Vladimir I. Chizhik 
(Saint Petersburg State University, Russia)

"Molecular mobility in ionic liquids and their mixtures with
water as studied by pulsed NM"

Sergey Demishev
(Prokhorov General Physics Institute, RAS, Russia)

"New concept of magnetism of topological Kondo
insulator SmB6 on the basis of electron spin resonance experiments"

Philip Hemmer 
(Texas A&M University, USA)

"Color centers in diamond for biological sensing
and quantum information"

Vladislav Kataev 
(Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research
IFW Dresden)

"Interplay of magnetism and topological electronic
structure in  magnetic Van Der Waals compounds"

Olesya Krumkacheva 
(International Tomography Center SB RAS, Russia)

"Photoexcited triplet states as spin labels: the study
of complexes of photosensitizers with biopolymers"

Gerd Likhtenshtein
(Department of Chemistry, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev,

"Spin label spin probe approach. 50 years of history
and recent developments"

Wolfgang  Lubitz
(Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion,

"Unravelling the mechanism of water splitting in photosynthesis by advanced  magnetic resonance technique"

Toshikazu Nakamura
(Institute for Molecular Science, Japan) 

"ESR investigation of functional molecular magnetic materials"

Hitoshi Ohta
(Kobe University, Japan) 

"Multi-extreme THz ESR: present and future"

Murat Tagirov
(KFU, Russia) 

"Experimental features of  Enhanced Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (ENMR) in Van Vleck paramagnets"

Sergey Veber 
(International Tomography Center SB RAS, Russia)

"EPR at the Novosibirsk Free Electron Laser facility:
application of high-power THz radiation in the field of molecular magnetism"

Jianzhang Zhao
(Dalian, China)

"Application of time-resolved EPR in study of charge-recombination Induced intersystem crossing in compact electron donor/acceptor dyads"

Quan Li
(The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

"Diamond quantum sensing of cell mechanics and cell dynamics" 

Milos Nesladek
(Hasselt University, Belgium)

"Single nuclear spin detection using electrical spin state NV readout"

Victor Acosta
(Center for High Technology Materials, USA)

"Picoliter NMR spectroscopy with diamond NV centers"

Ashok Ajoy
(UC Berkeley, USA)

"Optically hyperpolarized nanodiamonds: applications in accelerated NMR and sensing"

Olga Kocharovskaya
(Texas A&M University, USA)

"EIT – like nonabsorption resonances and quantum memories in diamond"

Christoph Becher
(Saarland University, Germany)

"Prospects of tin vacancy centers in diamond for quantum sensing and information"

Igor Aharonovich
(University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

"Quantum Photonics with hBN – from fundamental studies to emerging applications"

Alexey Akimov
(Texas A&M University, USA)

"Photonic crystal cavities for Ge/V Sn/V diamond"

Aleksei Zheltikov
(TAMU/MSU/RQC, Moscow, Russia)

"Fiber-optic diamond-based biothermometry"

Dmitry Budker
(Helmholtz Institute Mainz and UC Berkeley, Germany)

"Sensitive magnetometry in challenging environments"

Peter Maurer 
(University of Chicago, USA)

"Diamond quantum nanosensors for probing complex biological processes"