讲 座 人：Sergey Maksimenko教授 所长，白俄罗斯国立大学(BSU)
讲座1：Current Trends and New Challenges in Applied Electromagnetics（应用电磁学的当前趋势和新挑战）
讲座2：Nanostructured Materials: Fabrication and Characterization（纳米结构材料的制备和表征）
讲座3：Physical Properties and Electromagnetic Response of Nanocarbons（纳米碳管的物理性质和电磁响应）
讲座4：Graphene-polymer Nanocomposite with Improved Mechanical Electrical and Dielectric Properties for 3D Printing Application（应用于3D打印具有改进机械和介电性能的石墨烯-聚合物纳米复合材料）
Sergey Maksimenko received the M.S. degree in physics of heat and mass transfer and Ph.D. degree in theoretical physics from Belarusian State University (BSU), Minsk, Belarus, in 1976 and 1988, respectively, and the Doctor of Science degree in theoretical physics from the Institute of Physics, Belarus National Academy of Science, Minsk, in 1996. Since 1992, he was the Head of the Laboratory of Electrodynamics of Nonhomogeneous Media, Research Institute for Nuclear Problems, BSU, and is currently the Director. He also teaches at the BSU Physical Department.
His current research interests include electromagnetic wave theory and electromagnetic processes in quasi-1-D and 0-D nanostructures in condensed matter and nanocomposites with a focus on nanocarbon; fundamental and applied nanoelectromagnetics and nanotechnology with focus on nanocarbon-based radiation protective and shielding materials. He has authored or coauthored more than 180 papers in international journals and conference proceedings, and book chapters.
He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Nanophotonics. Prof. Maksimenko is an SPIE Fellow and the Co-chair of several international conferences. Dr. Maksimenko co-chaired conferences “Nanotubes and nanowires,” “Nanomodelling” and “Nanomodelling II” as parts of SPIE’s 48th and 49th Annual Meetings, and SPIE’s Optics & Photonics, in 2003, 2004, and 2006, respectively. He is the Chair of the International conference “Fundamental and Applied Nanoelectromagnetics,” Minsk, May 2012. He was a coordinator of EU FP7 project FP7-226529 BYNANOERA and currently is a Leader of the Belarus team in the GRAPHENE FLAGSHIP project FP7-604391.