The next international conference ‘Functional materials and Nanotechnologies-2017’ will be held at the Dorpat conference centre in Tartu, Estonia in April, 24 – 27, 2017.
The “FM&NT-2017” belongs to the yearly conference series started by the Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia . According to the discussion taken place at the FM&NT-2012, in 2013 the conference was organized by Institute of Physics, University of Tartu and thereafter it will take place in Tartu in every third year. One year in Riga, one year in Tartu and one year in Vilnius.
In year 2017 is the second time the conference will be held in Tartu, Estonia. This time it will be organized by the Estonian Physical Society and University of Tartu .
The scope of conference covers experimental and theoretical research on functional materials, nanotechnology, optical materials, novel characterization methods, low dimensional systems and sustainable energy technologies.
The deadline for submitting abstracts is extended to March 12, 2017.
Abstracts should be submitted on the conference web site http://www.fmnt.ut.ee/abstract-upload/.
The deadline for the Early-Bird registration is March 25, 2017. Registration form should be submitted on the conference web site http://www.fmnt.ut.ee/registration/.
In FM&NT-2017 conference the following leading scientists will present their newest results (the list will be further updated):
• Andris Anspoks, When and how oxide nano-particles are formed in advanced ODS steels? Practical application of advanced structure analysis methods
• Wei Cao, Functional nanomaterials for sustainable energy
• Robert A. Evarestov, New insight on the supercell model of imperfect crystals
• Anatoly I. Frenkel, Shining Synchrotron Light on Active Species in the Nanoscale
• Andrei Kholkin, Electrochemical strain microscopy
• Konstantin Klementiev, MAX IV laboratory in Lund, Sweden: research portfolio, present status expected performance
• Malle Krunks, Novel materials for future PV technologies
• Ru-Shi Liu, All-inorganic perovskite quantum dot nanocomposite with high stability and wide color gamut used for backlight display
• Boris Polyakov, Nanomanipulations and tribological experiments on heterostructured core-shell nanowires
• Marina Popova, Multifunctional materials from the huntite family
• Subhash C. Singhal, General problems of solid oxide fuel cells in sustainable energetics.
• Krisjanis Smits, Lanthanide ion luminescence for studies of oxide nanocrystals
• Aivars Vembris, Organic molecular glasses for light amplification in solid state lasers
• Tomoyuki Yamamoto, Local environment of dilute 3d transition elements in optical materials – XANES measurements and DFT calculations
• Herre van der Zant, The physics and applications of graphene membranes
Full papers will be reviewed and published in the Proceedings of Estonian Academy of Science. It is a journal, indexed in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science database. Each full-delegate can publish one full paper.
The scope of the conference covers experimental and theoretical research on functional materials, nanotechnology, optical materials, novel characterization methods, low dimensional systems and sustainable energy technologies.
Tartu is a modern city with a rich historical heritage and culture. It is the intellectual capital of Estonia. Three month ago the Estonian biggest and most modern museum – Estonian National Museum was opened here. Please read more about it in The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2017/jan/01/estonia-national-museum-review-touching-and-revealing-dgt-dorell.
All FM&NT-2017 delegates will have a great opportunity to visit this museum during conference dinner and excursion on 26. April 2017.
Additional information can be found at http://fmnt.ut.ee/.