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26 November–1 December 2017 2017 MRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Advancing materials. Improving the quality of life.

4–7 December 2017 16th International Conference on Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals

Hong Kong, China

The series of International Conferences on Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals (FLC's) is devoted to basic and applied aspects of new self-assembling materials possessing chiral and polar structures and properties. These conferences have been organized in odd years in between International Conferences on Liquid Crystals.

5–9 August 2018 10th International School and Conference on Physics and Applications of Spin Phenomena in Solids

Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria

PASPS10 will highlight the fundamental physical phenomena related to spin effects in condensed matter systems and the latest advances in the development of spin materials, structures and devices.

20–21 November 2017 Italian Crystal Growth - Materials and Methods in Crystal Growth

University of Milano Bicocca, Milano, Italy

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Conference Scientific Committee we cordially invite you to attend the Italian Crystal Growth - Materials and Methods in Crystal growth Conference which will be held in Milano at the University of Milano Bicocca on 20-21 November 2017.

The aim of the Conference is to promote the meeting of researchers coming from public centers and industries to discuss problems related to the preparation of crystalline functional materials.

The 2013 edition registered the participation of more than 120 researchers and the presentations of 80 scientific contributions.

The Conference topics will be covered by the following scientific sessions:

  • Fundamentals of Crystal Growth
  • Low Dimensional Structures: films, wires, dots
  • Organic-based Materials
  • Crystalline Materials for Energy
  • Industrial Crystallization
  • Crystallization of Biomolecules
We are looking forward to seeing in Milano many old friends and newcomers from all fields of crystal growth.

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