• Prof. Arvi Freiberg. Institute of Physics, Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Tartu University
    “Biophysical Aspects of Bacterial Photosynthesis: From Pigments to Cells”
  • Prof. Yagut Allahverdiyeva-Rinne. Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Plant Biology, University of Turku
    “Auxiliary electron transport pathways”
  • Prof. Roberto De Philippis. Department of Agrifood Production and Environmental Sciences (DISPAA), University of Florence
    “The complex interplay between light and hydrogen production in purple non sulphur bacteria”
  • Prof. Vasilij Goltsev. Dept. Biophysics and Radiobiology, Faculty of Biology, St. Kl. Ohridski Sofia University
    “Evaluation of photosynthetic apparatus and the whole plant by JIP-test and PAM-fluorimetry”
  • Prof. Hidehiro Sakurai. Kanagawa University, Japan
    “Bioenergetics of nitrogenase-based photobiological hydrogen production”
  • Prof. Barry Bruce. Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Biology & Microbiology Departments, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
    “Integration of Photosystem Reaction Centers into Biohybrid Devices”
  • Prof. Gyozo Garab. Biological Research Center, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
    “Macroorganization and­ structural flexibili­ty of thylakoid membr­anes. Measuring techn­iques, physical mecha­nisms and physiologic­al functions”
  • Prof. Andrey RubinMoscow State University
    “Mechanism end regulation of primary processes of photosynthesis”
  • Prof. Anatoly TsygankovInstitute of Basic Biological Problems, RAS
    “Photosynthesis and alternative energy sources”
  • Prof. Mikhail GreenMoscow Technological University (MIREA)
    “Fluorescent diagnostics and photodynamic therapy for the treatment of oncological diseases and local pockets of infection”
  • Prof. Alexander Nosov, Moscow State University
    “Higher plant cell culture as a foundation of modern innovative biotechnology for production of plant-based biologically active substances”
  • Prof. Irina Fomina, Institute of Basic Biological Problems, RAS
    “Origin and development of photosynthetic carbon metabolism”
  • Prof. Alexander Zalessky, Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, RAS
    “Femtosecond laser nanosurgery of cells and embryos”