This year's event brought together leading scientists from Armenia, Germany, Italy, Iran, Mongolia, Poland, Russia, France, and Ukraine.
On January 15-19, the IX International Symposium “Optics and its Applications 2022” was held in Armenia, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Eduard Ghazaryan, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, Chief Scientific Consultant of the RAU. On the symposium opening day, the presentation of the book “The Path and Fate” by Roland Avetisyan dedicated to the hero of the day was held in the library in the new building of RAU.
The geography of the participants of the symposium “Optics and its Applications" spans many countries. This year's event brought together leading scientists from Armenia, Germany, Italy, Iran, Mongolia, Poland, Russia, France, and Ukraine. The topics of the presented reports covered a wide range of issues of photonics, nanostructure optics, quantum optics, laser spectroscopy, etc.
Within the framework of the IX International Symposium “Optics and its Applications”, plenary sessions were held, during which leading scientists from Russia, Italy, Armenia, Poland and Germany delivered speeches, as well as special sessions of invited SPIE lecturers, and scientists from the USA and France. A special session dedicated to the popularization of science was held by Andrey Varlamov, Professor of the University of Tor Vergata.
The IX International Symposium ‘Optics and its Applications” was aimed at exchanging advanced ideas, scientific achievements and experience between well-known scientists and young specialists, as well as discussing the latest developments in this field. The Symposium provided a unique opportunity for scientists from industrial enterprises, academic and research institutions to establish mutually beneficial cooperation and scientific collaboration.
The organizers of the International Symposium were the University of Wroclaw, Russian-Armenian University, Institute of Physical Research of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, LT-Pyrkal, A. Alikhanyan National Laboratory, etc.
Translated by Eugenia Dolunc
(Master's Program in Translation & Interpretation)