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XXIIInternational symposium
“Nanophysics & Nanoelectronics”

Nizhny Novgorod
March, 12-15, 2018

Important dates

  • 28.11.2017 — Second announcement;
  • 23.01.2018 — Last day of payment;
  • 23.01.2018 — Papers submission;
  • 07.03.2018 — Journals papers submission;
  • 12.03.2018 — Symposium start.

Venue


Contacts

Alexey Vital'evich Novikov — scientific secretary of the Symposium,
Maria Vladimirovna Zorina

Phones: +7 (831) 417–94–80 +101,
+7 (831) 417–94–76 +520

Fax: +7 (831) 417–94–74

E-mail: symp@nanosymp.ru

XXII Symposium “Nanophysics and Nanoelectronics”

Dear colleagues!

We are pleased to invite you to take part in the XXII International Symposium «Nanophysics & Nanoelectronics”, which will be held on March 12-15, 2018, in the sanatorium «Avtomobilist” near Nizhny Novgorod (Russia).

Format of the symposium and official languages

It is supposed to have about 8 plenary and 50 invited talks in the key subjects of the program and about 100 oral presentations selected by the Program Committee. The posters will be the main form of presentations at the symposium (about 200). The working languages of the symposium are Russian and English.

Registration and abstract submission

For participation in the Symposium it is necessary to fill the registration form until November 10, 2017 and submit a one-page abstract (in any form) in your account at the website of the Symposium. The notification of acceptance will be sent with the second announcement after November 28, 2017.

Outstanding works presented at the Symposium will be published in the special issues of the journals «Semiconductors», «Physics of the Solid State” and «Journal of Surface Investigation. X-Ray, Synchrotron and Neutron Techniques». The rules for paper’s submission will be listed in the second announcement.

Organizers


The main sections of the program

  1. Superconducting nanosystems;
  2. Magnetic nanostructures;
  3. Semiconductor nanostructures: electronic and optical properties, methods of formation;
  4. Probe microscopy: the measurement and technology of atomic and nanometer scale;
  5. Multilayer and crystal X-ray optics.