VI International Symposium
TOPICAL PROBLEMS OF BIOPHOTONICS –2017

10-year Anniversary Meeting

The organizers thank all the TPB-2017 participants for fantastic talks and presentations and active participation in all symposium events.
5 plenary sessions, 27 topical sessions, 2 sponsor and 2 poster sessions attracted great attention. The total of 9 plenary talks, 72 invited talks, 39 contributed papers, 6 sponsor talks and 32 poster presentations were made.
186 participants from 18 countries took part in the symposium, including Australia, Austria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK, and the USA.
We highly appreciate all the contributions and look forward to meet you all again.

Thanks from the conference participants:

Dear Organisers, Dear Chairs, Dear program Committee, Dear All involved in the organization at all levels,

The conference is going to finish and I would like to take the opportunity to thank you All for many reasons. First because of the great opportunity you gave me in inviting to talk in front of such a high level audience. It was a great honor and pleasure. Furthermore, I have been extremely inspired by many talks and discussions and I learned a lot.
But also I want to express a great appreciation for the perfect organization in every detail, the great hospitality, the great tour, the perfect blend of science, good food, interesting visits, music, and of course dancing!
I can honestly say that TPB is for me one among the best conferences I ever participated and, again, I sincerely thank everyone for this great opportunity.
Thanks again and congratulations!

All the best
Francesco Pavone


Thank you again for a wonderful conference and trip through Russia. It was most educational, scientifically, historically and culturally, so I may have contributed significantly to the culture clash.

Hope to see you latest in 2 years again.

Lothar Lilge Ph.D.

Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Professor Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto