International Conference on Luminescence (ICL) is a long-standing conference being held every three years.
In past decade, it has been held in Lyon (France, 2008), Ann Arbor (USA, 2011), Wrocalw (Poland, 2014), and Joao Pessoa (Brazil, 2017).
The conference is for scientist worldwide insterested in luminescence research to share their latest findings on luminescence phenomena. materials, techniques, devices and applications.
|1. New luminescent materials and new methods|
|2. Nanocrystals, quantum dots and nano-structured materials|
|3. Spectroscopy of inorganic phosphors|
|4. Spectroscopy of macromolecules, biomolecules and single molecules|
|5. Luminescent materials for imaging and theranostics|
|6. Persistent luminescence and photo-stimulated luminescence|
|7. Excited state dynamics and ultrafast processes|
|8. Coherent, nonlinear and high-resolution spectroscopy, four-wave mixing|
|9. Theoretical modeling and computational methods for luminescence phenomena|
|10. Field-induced luminescence in organic and inorganic media, OLEDs and FEDs|
|11. Dynamics of photovoltaic and photocatalysis materials|
|12. Applications of luminescence (white LED, lasers, displays, sensors, etc.)|
The conference will be held at South Lake Hotel (3798 Nanhu Rd., Changchun, China). In the conference building, there is a big lecture hall (for more than 550 seats) as well as three small halls.
It will be possible to plan four parallel sessions of lectures at the same time.
|April 1st, 2021||In-Person and Online Registration Opens|
|June 10th, 2021||Abstract Submission Deadline|
|June 15th, 2021||Early Registration Deadline|
|July 1st−12th, 2021||Presentation video upload (for online)|
The ICL Prize was established in 1984 and is awarded during ICL conferences.
Traditionally, the Prize is awarded to single individuals for the studies of the luminescence properties of materials and their applications acknowledge by the International luninescence community.
The winner presents the talk at the closing session of the conference and receives a plaque citing his contribution to luminescence studies along with cash award (2000 USD). The Prize is sponsored by the Journal of Luminescence published by Elsevier.
Please sumbit a singlepage summary that describes the accomplishments of the candidate and why these accomplishments merit the ICL 2020 award. This summary will be used by the Prize Committee in making their selection. It would also be helpful if the candidate's vita could be supplied so that the Prize Committee is aware of the publications, patents, honors, awards and other information that you believe would be significant in making the selection. If a vita is not available, please provide as much information as you have.
|Prof. M. Shionoya||(Tokyo)||1984|
|Dr. R.M. Macfarlane||(IBM)||1987|
|Dr. A.A. Kaplyanskii||(Ioffe)||1990|
|Dr. M.J. Weber||(LLNL)||1993|
|Prof. D.S. McClure||(Princeton)||1996|
|Prof. E.I. Rashba||(Landau)||1999|
|Prof. G. Blasse||(Utrecht)||2002|
|Prof. W.M. Yen||(UGA)||2005|
|Dr. F. Auzel||(CNRS)||2008|
|Prof. G. Boulon||(Lyon)||2011|
|Prof. V.M. Agranovich||(Troitsk)||2014|
|Prof. H.U. Guedel||(Bern)||2017|
Venue ICL’23: Call for proposals
The International Program Committee (IPC) of the International Conference on Luminescence welcomes proposals for organizing the ICL meeting in 2023, following the upcoming meeting in Changchun, China, in July 2021. Information on the elements required for a conference proposal and the conference venue are provided below. The ICL is a leading international conference on luminescence spectroscopy, covering state-of-the-art luminescence phenomena in a wide variety of materials, including inorganic, organic, hybrids, bulk, nano and micro structured, insulators, semiconductors, crystalline and amorphous materials. In the past conferences have been held in Budapest (Hungary, 1966), Delaware (USA, 1968), Saint Petersburg (Russia, 1972), Tokyo (Japan, 1975), Paris (France, 1978), Berlin (Germany, 1981), Madison (USA, 1984), Beijing (China, 1987), Lisbon (Portugal, 1990), Storrs (USA, 1993), Prague (Czech Republic, 1996), Osaka (Japan, 1999), Budapest (Hungary, 2002), Beijing (China, 2005), Lyon (France, 2008), Ann Arbor (USA, 2011), Wroclaw (Poland, 2014) and João Pessoa (Brazil,2017). The ICL alternates between different continents but there is no strict rotation schedule. For the ICL in 2023 we welcome and encourage bids from anywhere in the world! All proposals will be seriously considered and the International Program Committee will make a selection by weighing the various aspects indicated below. We hope to receive many proposals for venues to continue the series of successful ICL-meetings in the next decade.
On behalf of the IPC,
Andries Meijerink, Chairman
1. Required elements for an ICL Conference proposal
1. Information about your proposed venue: capacity, rooms, multimedia facilities/support, reliable wireless internet access for all conference attendees, etc.
2. Information about logistics, accommodations, transportation in and around your proposed location.
3. A tentative plan on the structure of the conference, the agenda and preferred dates for organizing the ICL in the summer of 2023. Possibilities for coordinating the ICL’23 with satellite meetings in related/overlapping fields to be organized just before or after the ICL meeting may also be addressed.
4. Information on the researchers involved in the organization:
• Key people who will organize, promote and staff the conference.
• The team's history with and connection to the international luminescence community.
• Previous event organizing experience.
• Available administrative support.
• Potential support in logistics/organization from students.
5. Estimated cost per person for the conference. Affordability is an important aspect for the ICL meeting. A good target is US$/Euro 400-500/person and reduced rates for PhD students.
6. Possibilities for support (funding) by local organizations and companies to reduce the conference cost for participants and to support travel grants for selected attendees.
7. Information on local attractions, culture, weather conditions and other aspects that affect the attractiveness of the venue.
2. ICL conference requirements
1. Timing: the ICL’23 will be held in the summer of 2023.
2. Venue must be able to accommodate 400-600 people.
3. Venue must have a plenary room capable of accommodating all attendees and smaller rooms to allow for ~3-4 parallel sessions.
4. Reliable wireless access capable of accommodating all conference attendees simultaneously.
5. Audio-visual support
6. The venue should be located at a place with swift public transportation from/to an international airport. Easy and affordable transportation between airport, conference venue and accommodations/food is required. Conference attendees should not have to rent cars/ hire taxis to get around.
7. Snacks, coffee/tea during breaks, conference dinner, etc.
3. Schedule The schedule for the selection process is:
• July 15th, 2021: Deadline for proposals.
• July/August 2021: Review and evaluation of proposals by the IPC members of the ICL. Possibility for discussion between IPC members and for inquiries with venue proposers on aspects that are not clear.
• September 2021: Voting on the venue by the IPC members.
4. How to submit a proposal
If you are considering to organize the ICL’23, please inform the IPC of the ICL by sending an e-mail to the chairman of the IPC. We like to hear from you early in the process so that we can offer advice and answer any questions you may have. Also, it helps us anticipate the number of proposals that needs to be considered. So please inform us as soon as possible if you consider submitting a proposal. Please submit your final proposal before July 15 2021 via email in PDF format to email@example.com
5. Decision Process
The International Program Committee of the International Conference on Luminescence decides on the venue by voting. All IPC members will weigh the various criteria and select the venue that in their opinion meets the criteria for organizing the ICL the best. For selection of a venue, a majority of votes is required. If, in a first round, there is no venue with an absolute majority, the two venues with most votes enter a second round.
If you have questions, please contact the chairman of the IPC: firstname.lastname@example.org. Unless asked not to do so, the chairman will forward all inquiries to all IPC board members to keep them informed on the response from the luminescence community concerning the venue for the ICL’23 and to give them the opportunity to assist in answering questions.