YouTube link DAY 4 (September 9, 2021) at 08-00 CET


YouTube link DAY 3 (September 8, 2021) at 08-00 CET


YouTube link DAY 2 (September 7, 2021) at 07-30 CET


YouTube link DAY 1 (September 6, 2021) at 08-00 CET


Final Technical Program of the International Conference DSO` 2021


Dear colleagues, V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University (Russia) together with Academician S.P. Korolev Samara National Research University invite You to participate in the International Conference, which will take place on the Black Sea coast on September 6-10, 2021 on the base of Hotel «Levant» in Yalta, Russia The purpose of the conference is to discuss the new digital approaches and achievements in the area of singular optics; its advances in the development of multifunctional systems and devices, as well as in transmission, storage and information processing in fiber-optic networks. The approaches of singular optics (including fiber and nonlinear optics and their applications) promote the improvement of optical digital technology. That is why this conference is a unique opportunity to shed light on new standards and digital concepts concerning the physics of phase and vector singularities. The conference plans to present the latest achievements in the field of trapping, transportation and structuring of microparticles in nanotechnological processes, the use of singular beams in optical cryptography, in optical transmission and information processing systems, as well as conceptual problems associated with key issues in information optics.  What is DSO’2021?

DSO`2020 is an international conference for scientists and engineers, researchers and consultants, theoreticians and practitioners in the fields of advanced optical researches, namely, singular optics and related sciences. Namely, the conference focuses into the latest achievements in the field of trapping, transporting and structuring the microparticles in nano-technological processes, application of singular beams in the optical cryptography, optical systems that transmit and process information, as well as fundamental problems concerned with generation and sorting of optical vortices in complex singular beams