9th International Conference
Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics

 

 


CONFERENCE TOPICS

Condensed Matter Theory (CMT)
Advances in condensed matter theory; low dimensional systems; modeling of materials and structural properties; ordering and phase transitions; quantum optics and electronics; strong correlated electronic systems.

Design and Structural Characterization of Materials (DSCM)
Crystal growth and crystal engineering; metal-organic advanced materials with magnetic, luminescent, adsorption, nonlinear optical, thermoelectric, catalytic, and pharmaceutical properties; electronic processes in semiconductors and superconductors; magnetic and multiferroic systems; composites, metamaterials; light interaction with matter; defects engineering and mechanical properties; crystallography of organic, inorganic and supramolecular compounds.

Solid State Nanophysics and Nanotechnology (SSNN)
Advances in physics of nanosystems; nanostructures and nanomaterials -fabrication and characterization; physical properties at the nanometer scale: nanodots, nanowires, quantum wells and superlattices; nanocarbon materials; nano-optics, nano-photonics, nano-optoelectronics and nano-spintronics; emerging phenomena in nanocomposites and nanomaterials.

Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry (SEAE)
Electrophysical and electrochemical methods of materials fabrication; micro- and nanotechnologies; surface treatment by electrochemical and electroerosion methods; surface analysis and materials engineering in electrochemical technologies; electrical processes in chemistry and technology.

Digital and Optical Holography: Materials and Methods (DOH)
Development and application of optical and digital holography methods; computational image data processing; digital holographic microscopy; interferometry and diffractive optics; industrial application of optical technologies and biomedical optics. Media for diffraction optical elements recording.

New materials and approaches for renewable energy applications (MAREA)
Photovoltaics: crystals, thin films, nanoparticles; theory and modelling; processing; device analysis; degradation and reliability; electrochemical energy conversion/storage: electrolytes; solid oxide fuel cells, flow batteries; solid state devices: micro sensors and micro electro-mechanical systems; device modelling, device structures; terahertz applications.