The plenary presentations (30 minutes each) of the SAPIENTI SAT medals winners will be presented in the plenary section. The poster session will be held separately.

Conference programme of the IV International Conference Oxygenalia’2018

“In the Oxygen Environment”

1st day (11 October, 2018, Thursday)

900-1000 Opening of the Conference

1.     S. Lis – opening information

2.     A. Kareiva – conference information

3.     Minister of Lithuania Education (or the representative of the   Minister)

4.      J. Banys – Prezident of Lithuanian Academy of Sciences

5.     Rector of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

6.     Rector of Vilnius University

7.     Director of Polish Institute in Vilnius

8.     Awarding medals of SAPIENTI SAT of Jędrzej Śniadecki, Karol Olszewski and Zygmunt Wróblewski Association

1000-1030 Prof. Jacek Namieśnik, University of Gdańsk, Poland

Oxygen demand – general indication of level of pollution of the waters

1030-1100 Prof. Virginijus Šikšnys, Vilnius University, Lithuania

The beginning of genome editing

1100-1130 Coffee break
1130-1200 Prof. Elżbieta Frąckowiak, Poznań University and Technology, Poland                     E. Frackowiak, P. Przygocki, P. Ratajczak, F. Béguin

Operando analysis of supercapacitor carbon electrodes oxidation by Electrochemical On-Line Mass Spectrometry

1200-1230 Prof. Bronisław Marciniak, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland

Photo- and radiation-induced oxidation of methionine containing peptides. From model compounds to real bio-systems

1230-1300 Prof. Edvardas Danila, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Role of the lungs in oxygenation of the human body

1300-1330 Prof. Victor Lavin, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain

Role of the oxygen ions on the thermal sensitivity of erbium(III) luminescence in optical temperature sensors

1330-1500 Lunch
1500-1530 Prof. Wiesław Stręk, Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research,

Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław, Poland

W. Strek, A. Łukowiak, I.Y. Gerasimchuk, I. Elkin+, W. Drulis, A. Hackemer

Enhanced solubility of oxygen in subcritical water

1530-1600 Prof. Robert Mokrik, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Oxygen isotope evolution of the Baltic Artesian Basin groundwater

1600-1630 Prof. Sandro Marroni, DAN Europe

Oxygen and EPO: what we can learn from diving

1630-1700 Prof. Arūnas Ramanavičius, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Sustainable energetics based on the application of biofuel cells

1700-1730 Prof. Miki Hasegawa, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan

Lanthanide luminescent compounds with organic modification towards oxygen sensors

1730-1800 Dr. Tanel Tatte, University of Tartu, Estonia

Preparation of metal oxide gel-fibres versus hollow fibres (microtubes)

1900 Gala dinner (Vilnius Center)


2nd day (12 October, 2018, Friday)

900-1000 Prof. Marek Samoć, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland             Nonlinear optics and applications of the reactive oxygen species
930-1000 Prof. Feliksas Jankevičius, Vilnius University, Lithuania

A new generation of prostate cancer markers

1000-1030 Prof. Andrzej Mackiewicz, Poznań University of Medical Sciences, Poland

Oxygen and Cancer: Friends or Foes

1030-1100 Prof. Egidijus Rimkus, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Climate change: global and regional issues

1100-1130 Coffee break
1130-1200 Prof. Aleksandra Lobnik, University of Maribor, Slovenia

Oxygen optical sensors

1200-1230 Prof. Janusz Gadzinowski, Poznań University of Medical Sciences, Poland

Oxygen and it’s compounds in the treatment of the neonates

1230-1300 Prof. Antoine Barbier, IRAMIS, French National Atomic Energy Commission, France

Atomic oxygen assisted epitaxial BaTiO3 (001) thin films based artificial multiferroic heterostructures

1300-1330 Prof. Adam Gadomski, UTP University of Science and Technology, Poland

How (per)oxidation may spoil lubrication in natural human locomotion systems

1330-1500 Lunch
1500-1530 Prof. Kris Kempa, Department of Physics Faculty, Boston College, USA

Doped metal oxides as plasmonic transparent metals, and their applications

1530-1600 Prof. Chicgoua Noubactep, University of Göttingen, Garmany

Importance of dissolved oxygen in designing Fe0-based systems for safe drinking water

1600-1630 Prof. Jacek Kot, Medical University of Gdańsk, Poland

Oxygen as a drug: uses & misuses

1630-1700 Prof. Juergen Meyer, Tuebingen University, Germany

Inorganic photosensitizers for singlet oxygen generation

1700-1730 Prof. Wojciech Macyk, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland

Metal oxides in photocatalysis – opportunities and limitations

1730-1800 Dr. Robertas Badaras, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Oxygen application in poisoning treatment

1800-1900 Poster session (awards)


3rd day (13 October, 2018, Saturday)

800-1330 Belarus (Horodniki) or Trakai/Vilnius excursions
1330-1500 Lunch
1500-1530 Prof. Grażyna Stochel, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland

Small molecules in bioinorganic redox control. Towards understanding and application perspectives

1530-1600 Prof. Michael Giersig, Freie University Berlin, Germany

The application of nanoparticles in medicine

1600-1630 Prof. Magdalena Król, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, SGGW, Poland

“Trojan horse” approach in cancer treatment

1630-1700 Dr. Donatas Kaminskas, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Dr. Donatas Kaminskas, Dr. Andrej Spiridonov

Application of stable oxygen 16 and 18 ratio as a paleothermometer for Lithuanium Silurian rocks studies

1700-1730 Closing ceremony (Occasional Medals of the 250 anniversary of the birth of Jedrzej Sniadecki, music recital)


HORIZON 2020 MSCA-RISE-2017 Project No. 778070 TransFerr: Transition metal oxides with metastable phases: a way towards superior ferroic properties. Seminar-Training in chemical routes synthesis; dielectric and transport properties measurements (Vilnius meeting AGENDA)

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