Brijuni Conference (10th), Imaging in Space and Time. Held in Brijuni, Croatia on 28 August-1 September 2006
INSTITUT RUDJER BOSKOVIC ZAGREB (YUGOSLAVIA)
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The Final Abstracts for the Conference, Imaging in Space and Time, 28 August 2006 - 1 September 2006. The conference included A Acquiring and analyzing data from space. Much of information on distant objects in space is obtained from images in various frequency domains of electromagnetic radiation. Acquiring and analysis of images was reviewed. B Nanotechnology for manipulation of light Future advances in fundamental and applied research are envisaged in manipulation of molecules and their conglomerates with electromagnetic radiation. Results in femto and ato second research were reviewed. There were also talks on the possible implementation on quantum computing, for the fast processing of data. C Images of the basic structure of matter Elementary particles are the basic elements of matter, and their structure is still somewhat of a mystery. To infer on it one has to extract information data from experiments, which is known as the inversion problem. The status of the field was reviewed.
- Medicine and Medical Research
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy
- Electrooptical and Optoelectronic Devices