XXVI Symposium “Nanophysics and Nanoelectronics”
The list of the accepted presentations is now available.
We remind you that the Symposium will be held in hybrid format in the congress-center “Oka” (Nizhny Novgorod). Plenary talks will conform to a 45-minute format (including time for discussion). Invited talks are planned to be scheduled to 30 minutes. Oral talks are limited to 20 minutes in sections. The acceptable presentation format for the talks is PowerPoint slides and other graphic and multimedia Windows-compatible files.
Posters should be submitted via My office before the Symposium starts both for online and in-person participants. In-person participants should present their posters at congress-center also. It will be possible to upload the audio record for presentation also. Q&A will be realized by comments interface below the poster.
We gently ask participants to take a poll at the Symposium website about in-person/online participation.
The Symposium Proceedings will be published before the Symposium starts. The template for the two page abstract is available on the Symposium website in Documents section. The abstracts complying with the formatting requirements should be uploaded via My office section on the Symposium website. The submission deadline is January, 26, 2022.
|Speakers (invited, oral, poster), in-person||10 000 RUR|
|Speakers (invited, oral, poster), online||2 000 RUR|
|Postgraduate speakers, online||1 000 RUR|
|Students, online||free of charge|
|Attendees, online||free of charge|
- Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation;
- Physical Sciences Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
- Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences on the physics of semiconductors;
- Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences on сondensed matter physics;
- Institute for Physics of Microstructures of RAS;
- Nizhny Novgorod State University;
- Charitable Foundation “From Heart to Heart”.
The main sections of the program
- Superconducting nanosystems;
- Magnetic nanostructures;
- Semiconductor nanostructures: electronic and optical properties, methods of formation;
- Measurements and technologies of atomic and nanometer scale based on probe, electron-beam and ion-beam methods;
- Multilayer and crystal X-ray optics.