Location & dates
The Smart Materials Research Centre, Southern Federal University
23-26 October 2018
Registration – 25 September 2018
Abstract Submission – 25 September 2018
Synthesis of functional materials (metal organic frameworks, noble metal catalysts, photo- and magneto- switchable molecules, colloidal nanoparticles).
Characterization (in-situ synchrotron studies, time-resolved spectroscopy, free electron lasers).
Computer modelling (structure prediction, electronic and magnetic properties, multiscale modelling, molecular dynamics, interaction of light with matter, spectroscopy).
IWSN 2018, the 7th International School for Young Researchers will address:
the cutting-edge research into theoretical and experimental design of nanostructures by bringing together the fields of Chemistry, Physics, and Computer Science;
the use of computer simulation methods, synthesis and in-situ studies of nanostructures.
Since 2010, the IWSN series:
has built on the success of international collaboration in presenting and sharing recent ground-breaking findings on advanced materials and characterization techniques;
has been exposing young scientists to the state-of-the-art research methods in materials science in an integrated and highly collaborative environment.
Receive hands-on knowledge delivered by top scientists, special guest lecturers and colloquia speakers in your field of expertise;
learn about and discuss your scientific benefit when using the new European XFEL radiation source for your research;
present and discuss your own research in the presence of experienced international team of researchers (poster & oral presentations, ‘round-table’ discussions);
enjoy a space for interaction & establish new and exciting ties with other young researchers;
receive intensive instruction through on-site visits to the relevant Smart Materials Research Centre experimental facilities;
and many more…
IWSN2018 is kindly supported by:
The Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (Megagrant of the Russian Federation Government no. 14.Y26.31.0001).