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4–8 June 2019 Fabrication, Properties and Applications of Nano-Materials and Nano-Devices

Paestum, Salerno, Italy

International Conference Nano-M&D 2019 “Fabrication, Properties and Applications of Nano-Materials and Nano-Devices” Savoy Beach Hotel, Paestum, Italy June 04-08, 2019 Detailed info are available on the conference website: We are pleased to invite you to join the Nano-M&D-2019 International Workshop. This event is organized by the Physics Department (DF) of the University of Salerno (UNISA) and by the International Institute for Advanced Scientific Studies "E.R. Caianiello" (IIASS). The aim of the Conference is to bring together experts in the field of fabrication, characterization and application of Nano-Materials and Nano-Devices. Main Topics of the Conference: A) Properties, Fabrication and applications of - A.1. 2D Materials (MoS2, hBN, etc) - A.2. Carbon Materials: Graphene, CNTs, Nanodiamond and Nanowires - A.3. Semiconductors (III-V, Oxides, Organic,…) - A.4. Nanosensors - A.5. Quantum dots - A.6. Nanomagnetics B) Nano-Electronic Devices - B.1. Nanoelectronics (FETs, information storage devices, RF passive devices) - B.2. Sensors - B.3. Spintronics - B.4. MEMS/NEMS - B.5. Energy harvesting and storage - B.6. Nano-Biomedicine and bio-devices C) Chemistry of 2D Materials - C.1. Bottom-up growth - C.2. Synthesis, processing and characterization - C.3. Functionalization - C.4. Synthetic materials - C.5. Design of 3D functional materials - C.6. Composites, foams, coatings, and membranes - C.7. Electro- and Photo-catalysis Important Dates February, 28th 2019 - Abstract Submission deadline March, 05th 2019 - Abstract acceptance March 15th, 2019 - Early Registration deadline April 20th, 2019 - Late Registration deadline June 04th-08th, 2019 - Conference

4–6 September 2019 International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering

Melbourne, Australia

Keeping updated on the latest trends in material science across a wide range of industries can be an intimidating task. Realizing this imperative, PRISM is set to organize International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering which is going to take place during September 04-06, 2019 at Melbourne, Australia with a view to promote awareness and enhance research aiming in developing solutions for the challenges encountered. This materials science conference will provides an international medium to share and exchange the theoretical and experimental studies and research related to the electronic, electrochemical, ionic, magnetic, optical, and biosensing properties of solid state materials in bulk, thin film and particulate forms. It focuses on synthesis, processing, characterization, structure, physical properties and computational aspects of nano-crystalline, crystalline, amorphous and glassy forms of ceramics, semiconductors, layered insertion compounds, low-dimensional compounds and systems, fast-ion conductors, polymers and dielectrics. Materials Oceania aims to bring together leading academic scientists, industrialist, research scholars, students, delegates and exhibitors to exchange and share their experiences, research results about all aspects of Materials Science, Nanotechnology, Chemistry and Physics. This engineering conference is also providing a platform to the companies and/or institutions to present their services, products, innovations and research results. Meet the Objective Business sector with individuals from and around the globe concentrated on finding out about Materials science and Engineering, this is the best chance to achieve the biggest collection of members from all over the world. This conference will leads you to get disperse data, meet with current, make a sprinkle with another product offering and get name acknowledgment at this occasion. Widely acclaimed speakers, the latest methods, strategies, and the most up to date overhauls in Materials science and Engineering are signs of this meeting. For more details please visit:

23–25 October 2018 The 4th Edition of the European Graphene Forum 2018 - EGF 2018

Venice, Italy

New Materials for the 21st Century

Graphene, the single layer carbon based material, is transparent, flexible, and has excellent electronic properties. As it is called “the dream material,” graphene holds innumerable application potential. It is a material that still requires consistent research and at the same time it is a material that may hold the key to future electronics revolution with unlimited industrial value.
The 4th Edition European Graphene Forum will be organized in Venice (Italy) from the 23rd until the 25th October 2018. This event will cover the latest technology developments, applications, commercialization progress, end user requirements and challenges for Graphene and 2D Materials. Don't miss on this great opportunity to explore the graphene potential.
European Graphene Forum - EGF 2018 will feature:

  • Plenary sessions with internationally renowned speakers,
  • Industrial Sessions with focus on Graphene Commecialization,
  • Extensive parallel thematic workshops,
  • An International exhibition.

Forum Topics

The European Graphene Forum - EGF 2018 topics include:

  • Fundamental Science of Graphene and 2D Materials Beyond Graphene, Theory and Simulation,
  • Growth, synthesis techniques and integration methods,
  • Graphene modification and functionalization,
  • Large scale graphene production and Characterization,
  • Characterization techniques (AFM, SPM, TEM, etc.)
  • Chemistry and biology studies of graphene and 2D Materials
  • Graphene Coatings, Thin Films & Devices, Graphene Derivatives
  • Graphene-based nanocomposites: recent scientific studies and applications, Composites & Printing
  • Applications of graphene and related 2D materials in electronics/ Flexible Electronics, high frequency devices, Photonics and Plasmonics, Magnetism and Spintronics, Optoelectronics and sensors, Quantum transport,
  • Applications of graphene in energy, including photovoltaics, energy storage, fuel cells and hydrogen storage,
  • Application of Graphene in health and biomedical areas,
  • Graphene-related health and environment research/ Toxicity
  • Graphene: Innovation and commercialization.

17–19 October 2018 High Precision X-ray Measurements

Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati INFN, Frascati, Italy

The aim of this workshop is to have an overview, from different communities and research fields, of the most recent developments in X-ray detection and their possible impacts in various fields. A special focus will be put on the role played by mosaic crystals of pyrolitic graphite which, thanks to their physical properties, may have promising applications for XRF, XES, EXAFS, plasma emission spectroscopy, monochromators, synchrotron radiation, telescopes and space engineering.
Main Topics:

  • X-ray energy detectors
  • X-ray position detectors
  • Spectrometers
  • X-ray optics
  • Graphite based applications
  • X-ray imaging
  • X-rays in astrophysics
  • X-rays in nuclear physics
  • Cultural heritage applications of X-rays
  • Medical applications

17–19 October 2018 NANOCON 2018 - 10th Anniversary International Conference on Nanomaterials - Research & Application

Hotel Voronez I, Brno, Czech Republic, EU

Nanomaterials - preparation, properties, characterization. Applications of nanotechnologies in industry, environment, medicine and biotechnology. The influence of nanomaterials to environment, health; metrology and standardization of nanomaterials. The topic nanomaterials for medicine will be accentuated in the X. NANOCON conference. The conference will be opened by the plenary session with the appearance of significant speakers focused on research and applications of nanomaterials. Conference abstracts will be accepted into five theme sessions.

Highly ranked keynote and invited speakers already confirmed their attendance. Plenary lecture will be given by Prof. Dr. Paras N. Prasat (University at Buffalo, New York State, U.S.A.) focusing on photonics and biology to impact on energy and health care, and Prof. Dr. Antonio H. Castro Neto (National University of Singapore and Boston University/USA), one of the leading theorists in the study of graphene. Confirmed speakers include also: Prof. Dr. Wilfried Vandervorst (IMEC, Leuven, Belgium), Prof. Dr. Andrei V. Kabashin (CNRS, Aix-Marseille University, France), Dr. Antonín Fejfar (Institute of Physics CAS, Prague, Czech Republic), Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Ernst (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Dübendorf, Switzerland) and others. More on Invited speakers is available at the web page of the conference.

5–7 September 2018 SuperFluctuations 2018 Fluctuations and Highly Non Linear Phenomena in Superfluids and Superconductors

University of Camerino, San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy

This international conference provides an excellent forum for presenting and discussing recent developments and novel ideas in diverse fields of superconductivity and superfluidity, in the beautiful seaside town of San Benedetto del Tronto, in the south of Le Marche region of Italy. During the conference we will discuss opportunities to establish large collaboration efforts or empowering existing ones, as well as to plan joint participation to international projects. Young participants will be able to look and discuss opportunities for doctoral or post doc positions. Cross-fertilization and merging of capacities and methods will be encouraged in a very interactive atmosphere.

Main Topics:

  • Fluctuations and BCS-BEC crossover phenomena in low dimensional systems
  • Hybrid systems, superconductivity at the interfaces, and coexistence of phases
  • Highly nonlinear phenomena: Josephson and Andreev effects, topological defects, skyrmions and solitons, vortex states
  • Novel phenomena in multicomponent / multigap superconductors and superfluids
  • Innovative numerical methods

19–24 August 2018 12th International Conference on Materials and Mechanisms of Superconductivity and High Temperature Superconductors

Beijing, China

The M2S-2018 conference is the 12th in the series as an international event on superconductors and mechanisms of superconductivity held now every three years. The aim of the Conference is to provide a platform for members of the international superconductivity community to report their latest results, exchange information and ideas, and foster collaborations. The Conference is dedicated to all aspects of basic superconductivity research in materials, mechanisms and phenomena of superconductivity, and its applications. The Conference will cover the following topics:

  • Cuprate Superconductors
  • Iron-Based Superconductors
  • Heavy Fermion Superconductors
  • Organic Superconductors
  • Other Superconductors
  • Topological Superconductors
  • Mechanisms and Phenomenology of Superconductivity
  • Applications
  • Others

21–27 July 2018 Erice Workshop 2018: "Majorana Fermions and Topological Materials Science"

Erice, Sicily, Italy

Chairmen: Antonio Bianconi (RICMASS, Rome, Italy) and Yoshiteru Maeno (Kyoto University, Japan)


A: Majorana Fermions

B: Topological Superconductivity

B1: Bulk topologicalsuperconductors

B2: Topologocal superconductivity in heterostructures and junctions

C: Topological Condensates (BEC-BCS crossover, Cold atoms, Helium)

D: Dirac and Weyl Materials

E: Correlations and topology

3–6 July 2018 Polarised Neutrons for Condensed-Matter Investigations (PNCMI)

Milton Hill, Abingdon, UK

MDPI will be attending the 2018 PNCMI (Polarised Neutrons for Condensed-Matter Investigations) International Conference during the two day exhibition held on 4–5 July.

The conference will cover the latest condensed-matter investigations using polarised neutrons and state-of-the-art methodologies and techniques of polarised-neutron production and utilisation for novel instrumentation and experiments, with emphasis on prospects for new science and instrument concepts as well as combining neutrons with complementary techniques and in-situ secondary measurements. Representatives of the following open access journals will attend:

Condensed Matter
Quantum Beam Science (QuBS)

If you are also attending this conference, please feel free to stop by our stand. Our delegates look forward to meeting you in person to answer any questions you may have. For more information about the conference, please visit official website.

24–29 June 2018 International Conference on Low-Energy Electrodynamics in Solids

Hotel Excelsior La Fonte, Portonovo, Italy

LEES 2018 will be a forum for the interdisciplinary research on low-energy electrodynamics in solids and in exotic condensed phases.

Both the theoretical and experimental methods of optical/photoemission spectroscopy, inelastic neutron/X-ray scattering, scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopy will be discussed, with specific emphasis on the electronic and magnetic properties of quantum materials and their applications for future technologies.


  1. Cuprates, Iron-based, and Hydrogen-based superconductors 
  2. Plasmonics and Metamaterials 
  3. Topological, Dirac and Weyl electronic states 
  4. Low-Dimensional Superconductors (thin films, dichalcogenides, heterostructures) 
  5. Metal-to-Insulator transition and Transition metal oxides 
  6. Multiferroics & Ferroelectrics 
  7. Magnetism and Spin-Orbit interaction 
  8. Pump-Probe Optical Spectroscopy 
  9. Graphene and 2D materials 
  10. New Research Infrastructures 
  11. High Intensity Terahertz Radiation: research and applications

11–15 June 2018 Quantum Complex Matter (QCM)

Rome, Italy

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are pleased to announce the international QCM2018 conference joint with QCM 2018 school for PhD and Postdocs: Quantum Complex Matter 2018 (QCM2018) which will be held at Frascati National Laboratory (Rome, Italy) from 11–15 June 2018.

QCM2018 will highlight recent advances in all major fields in quantum phenomena in complex condensed matter. This is a multi-purpose meeting of activities based on the Frontiers of Condensed Matter Physics (FCMP) lecture courses and selected topics of Superstripes conferences. Invited and leading contributed papers will focus on research sub-fields of correlated electron systems (superconductivity and magnetism, Mott transition, quantum criticality, multi-band Hubbard model, Lifshitz transitions), nano science (graphene, TMDC, QHE, topological and 2-D materials, Fano resonances), spintronics (Skyrmions, itinerant electron magnetism, spin current, magnetic memory), and cold atoms (Hubbard Model, Feshbach Resonance, BEC-BCS crossover) to promote discussions and collaboration among researchers of different sub-fields. The QCM 2018 conference is integrated with QCM 2018 School with Educational Courses for students and young researchers. The lecture contents of the course will be announced later.

All invited speakers and participants are kindly invited and urged to register at the web-site at earliest convenience. The topics of interest, can be found on the web site. Full-text papers of invited talks and poster presentations will be subject to peer review before to be accepted for publication in the QCM2018 proceedings in a Special Issue of the open source Journal Condensed Matter. Further details are given at our web-site.

Participants and Students are invited to register at QCM2018 is expected to attract participants all around the globe with poster presentations. In the registration you are invited to mention if you want to participate as PhD student or Postdoc at the QCM 2018 school to get credits.

Awards for the best Posters are offered by the Open source Journal Condensed Matter.

As you can find by going to the hotel information web link, Frascati is a wonderful scenic area less than 20 minutes train ride from Rome Termini station. Participants (and their family members) can stay either in Frascati hotels or in Rome hotels near the Termini station, and hotel cost is relatively inexpensive even for 4 star hotels.

We look forward to welcoming you in Rome in June 2018

14–18 May 2018 International Conference on Multi-Condensate Superconductivity and Superfluidity in Solids and Ultra-Cold Gases

Trieste, Italy

The standard picture of superconductors and superfluids is based on the existence of a single quantum condensate, but recent advances in material science and ultracold atoms opened a paradigm of multicomponent quantum fluids. New directions in this multifacetted and booming field are opened by emergent 2D materials, heterostructures, multiorbital materials, and ultracold atomic mixtures, in which superconductivity and superfluidity are readily realized, and where links between observed quantum effects can be made and knowledge can be cross-fertilized. This MultiSuper conference is aimed to help understand, quantify, and manipulate the effects of hybridization between multiple condensates in a single system, as a pathway to yet unseen quantum phenomena. The key experts will be assembled to present and interpret state-of-the-art experiments and theory, and advance fundamental physics and material science in this field.

6–8 September 2017 SuperFluctuations 2017

San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy

This international conference provides an excellent forum for presenting and discussing recent developments and novel ideas in diverse fields of superconductivity and superfluidity, in the beautiful seaside town of San Benedetto del Tronto, in the south of Le Marche region of Italy. During the conference we will discuss opportunities to establish large collaboration efforts or empowering existing ones, as well as to plan joint participation to international projects. Young participants will be able to look and discuss opportunities for doctoral or post doc positions. Cross-fertilization and merging of capacities and methods will be encouraged in a very interactive atmosphere.

Main Topics:

  • Fluctuations and BCS-BEC crossover phenomena in low dimensional systems.
  • Hybrid systems, superconductivity at the interfaces, and coexistence of phases.
  • Highly nonlinear phenomena: Josephson and Andreev effects, topological defects, skyrmions and solitons, vortex states.
  • Novel phenomena in multicomponent / multigap superconductors and superfluids.

7–11 August 2017 Magnonics2017

Oxford, United Kingdom

Magnonics 2017 is the latest conference in the biennial series focussing on fundamental and applied aspects of magnon and spin-wave dynamics and nanomagnetism. The meeting will take place in the beautiful surroundings of Magdalen College, Oxford.
Topics: magnon, spin-wave, nanomagnetism, condensed matter physics, magnetism, quantum magnetism, spintronics, magnonics

17–21 July 2017 SCES 2017: International Conference on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

Prague, Czech Republic

The International Conference on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems, SCES 2017, will be held at the Clarion Congress Hotel in Prague a year from now (17.-21. 7. 2017). Following the long history and continuity of SCES, the conference in Prague will cover a wide range of subjects in the diverse field of strongly correlated electron systems. SCES emphasizes the fundamental physics of strongly correlated electron systems that span from bulk materials including f-electron based heavy fermions, d-electron based compounds, and organic materials to artificial materials such as nanoscale structures as well as cold atoms in optical lattices.

13–14 July 2017 Symposium on Quantum Matter

Corfu, Greece

This Symposium is part of a series of meetings that focus on current trends in quantum matter, ranging from topological order to many-body localization. The program aims to have a balance between theoretical and experimental advances. Emphasis is given to interdisciplinary aspects with other fields of research as well as to possible applications to quantum information, computation and technologies.

Focus areas:

                    Topological phases of matter

                    Many-body localization

                    Quantum information, computation, and metrology

                    Strongly correlated systems

18–19 May 2017 39èmes Journées du Groupe Francophone de Spectrométrie Mössbauer

Béni-Mellal, Morocco

The annual Mössbauer French Speaking Community International Meeting (GFSM2017) will take place on 18-19 May 2017 in Béni-Mellal, Morocco. The objective of this 39th meeting is to bring together Mössbauer scientists across the world to discuss the latest technical and scientific advances of Mössbauer spectrometry. It will present this technique to students and a wider scientific community, and stress the valuable contribution of Mössbauer spectrometry. In particular, the focus will be on Solid state physics and chemistry, nanomaterials and applications of Mössbauer spectroscopy. The organizing committee warmly welcomes you and invites you to participate and contribute to the GFSM-2017 in a friendly atmosphere. We look forward to seeing you in May 2017 in Beni-Mellal!

14–20 May 2017 Majorana States in Condensed Matter: Towards Topological Quantum Computation

Mallorca, Spain

This conference will bring together the key international players in the ongoing efforts towards a topologically protected platform for quantum computation based on Majorana states. Different sessions will focus on discussing the latest developments in the ongoing experimental search for Majorana states in condensed matter, including semiconducting nanowires, quantum spin Hall edges with induced superconductivity or recent proposals based on magnetic impurities on top of superconductors. Presentations of challenging theoretical ideas, novel detection schemes and protocols for demonstrating non-Abelian braiding in these systems will also enrich the discussions.

4–9 September 2016 Condensed Matter in Groningen - CMD26

Martini Plaza, Groningen, Germany

Condensed Matter in Groningen is an international conference covering all aspects of condensed matter physics, including soft condensed matter, liquid physics, biophysics, materials science, quantum physics and quantum simulators, low temperature physics, quantum fluids, strongly correlated materials, semiconductor physics, magnetism, surface and interface physics, electronic, optical, structural, and mechanical properties of materials, acoustics, and disordered media. An important place will be granted to interdisciplinary topics as well as to the development of research infrastructure in Europe.
The scientific programme will consist of a series of plenary and semi-plenary talks and Mini-colloquia. Within each Mini-colloquium, there will be invited lectures, oral contributions and posters.

26 June–1 July 2016 Correlated Electron Systems - Gordon Research Conference

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, USA

The Gordon Research Conference on Correlated Electron Systems is an important forum for new phenomena and techniques in the study of "quantum materials", those whose electronic properties are difficult to understand from a conventional perspective. The scientific program strikes a balance between well-established subjects with profound, long-standing mysteries, and emerging areas that show great promise for rapid discoveries. In the former area, the 2016 meeting will include sessions on frustrated magnetism, high temperature superconductivity, and the fractional quantum Hall effect, which have all seen important developments in the past few years. In the latter category, sessions are planned on iridate and heavy fermion materials in which topological concepts are believed to play a central role, interaction effects in transition metal chalcogen materials, which have been "rediscovered" in recent years and are turning up new surprises, and new theoretical and computational approaches which may lay the groundwork for future transformative discoveries. We have also reserved a session at the end for late-breaking developments, which will be filled closer to the conference date.
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19–24 June 2016 Spectroscopies in Novel Superconductors - SNS2016

Stuttgart/Ludwigsburg, Germany

SNS 2016 will continue an illustrious series of international conferences in Argonne (1991), Sendai (1992), Santa Fe (1993); Stanford (1995), Cape Cod (1997), Chicago (2001), Sitges (2004), Sendai (2007), Shanghai (2010), and Berkeley (2013). The meeting will bring together leading experts in spectroscopy, transport, materials discovery, and theory to address current challenges at the frontier of research on superconductivity. Highlights to be discussed include the phase diagrams and pairing mechanisms of cuprates, ruthenates, and iridates, iron pnictides and chalcogenides, heavy-fermion intermetallics, and organic compounds; new high-temperature superconductors including hydrides; the interplay between superconductivity and competing order; spectroscopy of collective modes; topological superconductivity; non-equilibrium superconductivity and dynamical control; and superconductivity at surfaces and interfaces. We will highlight insights gleaned from new experimental methods and experiments under extreme conditions (low temperature, high magnetic fields, high pressures), as well as perspectives for the discovery and design of novel superconductors with higher transition temperatures.

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