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  • From: Biro LP <biro.laszlo AT>
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  • Subject: [Fizinfo] Fwd: EMRS 2014 Fall Meeting - Final Announcement and Call for Papers
  • Date: Fri, 06 Jun 2014 09:22:57 +0200

Title: EMRS 2014 Fall Meeting - Call for Papers
Tisztelt Kollegak,

Emlekeztetni szeretnem az European Materials Research Society oszi konferenciajara Varsoban.


                                      Biro laci

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Subject: EMRS 2014 Fall Meeting - Final Announcement and Call for Papers
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2014 10:22:33 +0200
From: EMRS - Warsaw Office <emrs AT>
To: undisclosed-recipients: ;

E-MRS 2014 Fall Meeting
                                        Call For Papers


The 2014 Fall Meeting includes 24 parallel symposia
plenary session, exhibition and much more

Contact information - Conference Secretariat:

phone: +48 22 234 87 35
fax: +48 22 234 87 94
e-mail: emrs AT


In fairness to all potential authors, late abstracts will not be accepted

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Scheduled Symposia:

Oxide materials for energy harvesting: In-silico study coupled with experiment

Scientists of different communities exploring the new possibilities for energy materials through their investigations, especially on the oxide based materials. Hence, there should be a symposium dedicated to the connection between theory and experiments of energy materials in E-MRS for a new flavor.

Organized nanostructures and nano-objects: fabrication, characterization and applications

The symposium covers all the scientific and technological aspects related to the synthesis of semiconductor or metallic nanodots and nanowires, with special emphasis on the multiscale organization and auto-organization of these nano-objects in ordered structures, in view of their future integration in functional devices.

Inorganic nanoarchitectonics : from design and fabrication to sustainable solutions

Nanoarchitectonics is a novel paradigm in nanotechnology aimed at designed assembling of nanoscaled structural units and elaborating strategies for achieving a versatile functionality through their controlled assemblies into higher dimensions. In these perspectives, inorganic nanoarchitectonics can trigger innovation and give sustainable solutions in nanocatalysis, nanoelectronics, nanomedicine, light-energy conversion and not only.

Transparent Conducting Oxides and Related Materials

Transparent conducting oxides and related materials are at the forefront of contemporary materials science with emerging novel materials and experimental and computational methods. The key challenge is to unravel the detailed microscopic structure - property relationships to be exploited targeting the lowest resistivity and highest transparency.

Bio-nanomaterials and regenerative medicine

The symposium "Bio-nanomaterials and regenerative medicine" focuses on the design, characterization and modelling of bio-inspired nanomaterials

Superconductivity in low dimensional systems

Symposium focuses on the understanding of various novel aspects of superconductivity observed in low-dimensional systems, which differ from superconductivity in bulk materials. The issues such as design of low-dimensional structures, physical characterization, theories and the potential applications in novel devices will be discussed.

Materials, processing, and characterization techniques for future nuclear technologies

The development of new and more efficient nuclear reactors working at higher temperatures than the present ones will require materials that could withstand high irradiation doses/high temperatures without compromising their properties. During special events some parts of the reactor could be exposed to much higher temperatures/radiation doses than anticipated. [...]

Local probing techniques and in-situ measurements of energy storage and conversion materials

Micro- and nanoscale properties of materials and interfaces are crucial for the operation and the stability of efficient energy conversion and storage devices. Appropriate local and in-situ characterization techniques and their combinations as well as physical models are required and will be disseminated and discussed in the symposium.

Magnetooptically active nanoparticles

The meeting will cover material issues and growth methods of magnetic quantum dots focusing on self-assembled quantum dots as well as colloidal dots consisting of magnetically active materials. Other type of nanostructures (e.g., nanorods) are within the scope of interest Physical properties (optical in particular) of such dots will be discussed.

Alternative semiconductor integration in Si microelectronics

The symposium is a follow-up of the very successful symposium A organized at the E-MRS Fall Meeting 2013. It is devoted to highlight breakthroughs in the field of alternative semiconductor integration on the mature Silicon technology platform. This research area paves the way towards high performing (More Moore) and / or highly functionalized (More than Moore) Silicon-based microelectronics technologies that will address challenges in modern societies.

Computer modelling in nanoscience and nanotechnology: an atomic-scale perspective III

The main purpose of this symposium series is to provide the European material science community (and especially the East and South-East Europe) with a systematic, broad overview of advances, challenges and accomplishment in the area of computational material science at the atomic scale.

Copper- and Zinc Oxide Based Materials for Sustainable Energy Technologies

Energy conversion technologies, especially photovoltaics, exhibit enormous growth aiming to extremely high power capacities per year. Therefore, nontoxicity and abundance of the materials in the earth are among the key requirements to energy conversion technologies. [...]

Functional textiles- from research and development to innovations and industrial uptake

Functional textiles are one of the most important fields in textile industry and textile materials science. They include breathable, heat and cold resistant materials, ultra strong fabrics (e.g. as reinforcement for composites), new flame retardant fabrics (e.g. intumescent materials), optimisation of textile fabrics for acoustic properties.

Crystallography in materials science: Novel methods for novel materials

Crystal structure is one of principal factors determining the material properties. X-ray, neutron and electron diffraction methods of crystal and defect structure investigation continuously developing, leading to new opportunities in materials investigation. The symposium will be a forum of presentation of such methods and their applications.

Recent progress in new high-Tc superconductors and related multifunctional and magnetic materials

The ongoing discoveries of new superconductors and other multifunctional materials do not only challenge to explore their microscopic mechanisms but also open new fields of applications. Since both, mechanism and applications, go hand in hand, we aim to assemble an experts of both fields to exchange news and stimulate discussions and teamwork.

Advances on functional doped glasses: technologies, properties and applications

Doped glasses exhibit unique properties for a wide range of applications, ranging from optoelectronics and photonics to systems for energy and environment. The production and the characterization of these materials are key factors for the design of new devices contributing to the advancement of material science and technology.

Terahertz and infrared optoelectronics: from materials to devices

Detection of far-IR and THz radiation is resistant to the commonly employed techniques as the use of detectors and sources is hampered by different reasons. Especially in THz range the quanta energy is substantially smaller the thermal energy at room and even at liquid nitrogen temperature. Thus realization of THz emitters and receivers is a challenge to classical devices.

Bioceramics for Bone and Joint Repair

The objective is to review the state of the art in the processing, characterization and clinical application of bioceramics (from inert ceramics for orthopedic or dental implants to bioactive ceramics to support tissue engineering). The symposium will be a forum for academy and industry to highlight common issues and point future research directions.

Composite materials and structures: from research and practical demands to application

Intensive development of the most engineering branches from micro- and nanoelectronic and nanobiomedicine till aeronautics, automobile industry, shipping building and space devices accompanied by formulating of new demands to the wide class of composite materials and structures based on the metals and alloys, oxide and nonoxide ceramics, polymers and filled by micro and nanoparticles and fibers. The aim of symposium is the discussion of main challenges of advanced composite materials with special emphasis on the novel areas of their practical using.

Topological materials II

Topological materials constitute a class of quantum materials exhibiting new electronic functionalities based on specific electronic properties of 3D and 2D topological insulator crystals: topological protection from electron backscattering, surface spin polarization or conductance quantization.

Bioinspired and Biointegrated Materials as Frontiers Nanomaterials IV

This symposium, as FOURTH Symposium (IV) on "Bioinspired and Biointegrated Materials as New Frontiers Nanomaterials" , is aimed to give overview of bioinspired and biointegrated materials multifunctional applications in biomedical healthcare field specially using biological and mimetic molecules , materials for design biointegrated and bioinspired ones and their multifunctional systems for biomedical applications. [...]

Functional perovskite systems

Multifunctional perovskite-type oxides and systems based thereon enable numerous device applications in electronics, sensing, energy and health sectors. The symposium will focus on experimental and theoretical advances in obtaining and understanding novel or enhanced properties of perovskites for emerging or improved devices.

Harnessing nano-bio-engineering tools for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications

This symposium will bring together scientists to review current advancements and shortfalls in the growing areas of Nanobiotechnology; Nanobioengineeing; Nanobiointerfaces; Nanobiodiagnostics; Biomaterials; Delivery Systems; and Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.

Antiferromagnetic spintronics: materials, characterization, functionalities

Antiferromagnetic spintronics is a new emerging field of materials science and device physics aiming at exploring unique properties of antiferromagnets. In particular, these materials do not generate stray magnetic fields, minimizing in this way cross-taking between nanodevices. [...]

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Prof. L. P. Biro, PhD, DSc, Corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Research Professor, Head of the Nanostructures Department 
MFA       Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science
TTK       Research Centre for Natural Sciences 
MTA       Hungarian Academy of Sciences 
Mail:     H-1525 Budapest, P.O. Box 49, Hungary 
Street:   H-1121 Budapest, Konkoly-Thege ut 29-33 
Phone:    +36-1-3922681 Fax:  +36-1-3922226 
e-mail:   biro.laszlo AT 

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