Invited speakers

Invited speakers of VMNE-YR'2017 (alphabetically):


  • Andrey Antonov, Saint Petersburg University, Russia
    Statistical approaches to the analysis of current-voltage characteristics of electronic sources based on field emission

  • Rauf Bakhtizin, Bashkir University, Russia
    Atomic-scale studies of the adsorption of fluorine fullerene molecules on the surface of solids

  • Victor Bykov, NT-MDT Spectrum Instruments, Russia
    Scanning probe methods for modern nanoelectronics

  • Flyura Djurabekova, University of Helsinki, Finland
    Computer simulation insights on behavior of metal surfaces under high electric fields

  • Richard Forbes, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
    Field Electron Emission Tutorials. I: Basic Topics
    Field Electron Emission Tutorials. II: Advanced Topics

  • Georgy Fursey, The Bonch-Bruevich Saint Petersburg University of Telecommunications,  Russia
    New effects in field emission from graphene-like materials

  • Wolfram Knapp, Institut für Fertigungstechnik und Qualitätssicherung, Germany
    Investigations of the transition from electron field emission to stable plasma discharges

  • Sergey Morev, JSC "RPC "Toriy", Russia
    Formation and transportation of electron flow in electron guns with modified field emission cells Abanshin-Gorfinkel and Grigoriev-Shesterkin and electron-optical systems based on them

  • Victor Morozov, Saint Petersburg University, Russia
    Electrovacuum discharge

  • Dmitri Ovsyannikov, Saint Petersburg University, Russia
    Mathematical models of optimization in electrophysics

  • Alexander Prasolov, Saint Petersburg University, Russia
    About the digital economy in the Russian Federation

  • Jean-Michel Roquais, Thales Electron Devices, France
    Thermionic cathodes for microwave tubes

  • Masahiro Sasaki, University of Tsukuba, Institute of Applied Physics, Japan
    Field emission from carbon-related materials

  • Evgeny Sheshin, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University), Russia
    Field emission and its application in modern electronics

  • Vasily Shesterkin, JSC "NPP "Almaz", Russia
    Field emission cathodes from glassy carbon for electrovacuum devices of microwave range

  • Gennady Sominsky, Peter the Great Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU), Russia
    Field emitters for high-voltage electronic devices operating in a technical vacuum

  • Yuri Svistunov, JSC "D.V. Efremov Institute of Electrophysical Apparatus", Russia
    Mobile and stationary inspection systems with electronic accelerators

  • Evgeny Veremey, Saint Petersburg University, Russia
    Multipurpose feedback in motion control systems