Doctoral dissertations maintained in 2015

  • G. Batavičiūtė. New methods for quanttative evaluation of laser damage precursors.
  • V. Butkus. Decoherence and Dephasing of Vibronic Excitons.
  • J. Chmeliov. Excitation Evolution and Self-Regulation Ability Of Photosynthetic Light-Harvesting Systems.
  • E.Gabrytė. Applications of femtosecond laser pulses in refractive eye surgery.
  • K. Gulbinas. Photoelectrical and optical properties of indirect bandgap semiconductors TlGaSe2 and SiC.
  • S. Kazlauskas.  Charge carrier relaxation in fluorite-structured oxygen ion conductors.
  • Ph. de Meulenaer. The accuracy of integrated star clusters parameters. The effects of stochasticity.
  • T. Mineikis. Stochastic galaxy disk evolution. 2-D models.
  • V. Purlys. Three-dimensional photonic crystals: fabrication and applications for control of chromatic and spatial light properties.
  • T. Serevičius. Optimization of MOLECULAR emitters for new generation OLEDs.
  • L. Skardžiūtė. Tuning of the fluorescence properties of nitrogen heterocyclic compounds by polar substituents.
  • D. Ševčenko. Investigation of Defect-Related Luminescence of Isoelectronicaly Doped Zinc Selenide‑Based Scintillators.
  • A. Tekorius. Combined methods and instrumentation for dosimetric monitoring of the large fluence hadron irradiations.
  •  V. Venckutė. Investigation of the crystal structure, elemental composition and peculiarities of ionic transport in Li+ solid electrolytes.
  • A. Žukauskas. Fabrication of optical components for light control at micrometer scale by direct laser writing.