The 4-th International Conference Terahertz and Microwave Radiation: Generation, Detection and Applications
TERA-2020 conference is devoted to the discussion of fundamental and applied problems related to the generation and detection of terahertz and microwave radiation as well as its interaction with matter.
Attention! The news about Tera 2020: 1. We have oriented on on-line conference event format. 2. The preliminary Conference scientific program available here. 3. The deadline for early registration payment deadline is extended until June 15, 2020. It is the last change of this deadline! 4. Due to the on-line conference event format, we are reducing the conference fee (50% discount). The new conference fee values. 5. For non-cash payment of the registration fee from your organization please contact Yakovlev Semyon (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tomsk, Russia, August 24-26, 2020 Main topics of the conference Basic physics 1.1. THz Spectroscopy of gases 1.2. THz Spectroscopy of the solid-state 1.3. Ultrafast phenomena 1.4. High field THz generation and nonlinear physics 1.5. 2D materials Electronics 2.1. Electronic devices 2.2. Nano and quantum devices 2.3. MMW components and systems Optoelectronics 3.1. Laser-driven sources and detectors 3.2. Time-domain systems 3.3. QCL Materials 4.1. Materials properties 4.2. Metamaterials, plasmonics, and artificial materials Systems 5.1. Components 5.2. Near-field techniques and microscopy 5.3. Imaging and remote sensing: components and systems 5.4. Metrology Large facilities and high power equipment 6.1. Tubes, gyrotrons, amplifiers 6.2. FEL and synchrotrons 6.3. Plasma diagnostics and filamentation Applications 7.1. Industry 7.2. Defense and security 7.3. Biology and Medicine 7.4. Telecoms and radars Astronomy, Astrophysics and Atmospheric Science 8.1. Components and devices for mm-wave astronomy 8.2. IR &THz Monitoring the atmosphere, environment
Organizers & Commities
Tomsk State University
Lomonosov Moscow State University
V.E. Zuev Institute of Atmospheric Optics
Institute of Laser and Information Technology of RAS
Yury Kistenev, Tomsk State University Dmitry Khokhlov, Moscow State University, a Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander Shkurinov, the Institute of laser and information technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Michail Glyavin, the Institute of Applied Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences