Saulius Juodkazis has received PhD in 1997 from Vilnius Univ., Lithuania and Lyon-I Univ., France. He is currently investigating peculiarities of light-matter interaction in small space and time domains for light harvesting and sensing applications. He setup a nanotechnology cleanroom facility in 2012 at Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia. The lab hosts 10 nm resolution electron and ion lithography, plasma deposition and etching tools with an ultra-short laser processing setup all capable of 3D nano-micro-structuring of materials. Creation of new phases of materials via confined laser-matter interaction is one of the active directions of research at Swinburne together with 3D nanoscale printing and laser writing. S. Juodkazis is a Fellow of OSA and SPIE, a chair professor at Bordeaux University in France (2017), ChangJiang scholar at Jilin University, China (2016. S. Juodkazis serves/ed on editorial boards of several journals, program committees of conferences, and is a student chapter advisor at Swinburne.