For the 4th year in a row the Hellenic Society for the Science and Technology of Condensed Matter (HSSTCM) organizes a Training Workshop entitled Materials at the nanoscale under the auspices of the School of Physics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on 3&4 of November 2018.Read more
NANOCON international conference is the first conference in the Czech Republic focusing only on nanomaterials, on their research, application and potential impact on the environment and human health. This year conference NANOCON´18 will be held again in Brno in October 17th to 19th, 2018. Potential authors are invited to submit an abstract online before July 31st, 2018.Read more
10 years of successful and constantly growing MSE congresses in Germany – this is a thrilling key moment and the time to sharpen the profile of such an interdisciplinary “broadband” conference of Materials Science and Engineering.Read more
It is the turn of Cyprus to continue the tradition and host this conference that typically attracts Greek and foreign scientists from academia and industry making a “promising alloy”. Physics, Engineering, Materials, Chemistry and Biology are combined in this interdisciplinary meeting to discuss all about our materials!
Organised by IOM Communications on behalf of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in association with the University of Oxford, the Third European Symposium on Superalloys will take place in Oxford, UK during 9-13 September 2018. This follows the successful Eurosuperalloys meetings which took place in Germany in 2010 and France in 2014.Read more
A group of leading Yugoslav scientists working in various fields of materials science and engineering established in 1997 Materials Research Society, first as a Yugoslav society and in 2008 as the Materials Research Society of Serbia. MRS-Serbia organizes annual YUCOMAT Conferences in Herceg Novi in early September. In September 2018, the 20th YUCOMAT conference will be organized.
The average number of participants at YUCOMAT Conferences is about 200. More that 300 renowned scientists from all over the world have so far taken part in YUCOMAT conferences as invited plenary speakers.Read more
The course will provide a profound knowledge in the field of nanoanalysis by presenting new results from fundamental research as well as application-specific solutions. An integral part of the course is a practical lab training in small groups in the following fields of research:
- scanning electron microscopy / focused ion beam technique
- micro- and nanomechanical characterization techniques
- techniques for particle analysis. Read more