10th International Conference
Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics





Condensed Matter Theory (CMT)
Advances in condensed matter theory; low dimensional systems; modeling of materials and structural properties; ordering and phase transitions; quantum optics and electronics; strong correlated electronic systems.

Growth and Properties of Advanced Materials (GPAM)
Crystal growth; electronic processes in topological metals and insulators; magnetic, skyrmion and multiferroic systems; novel superconductors; magnetic, charge and heat transport and optical properties.

Design and Structural Characterization of Materials (DSCM)
Crystallography and crystal engineering; metal organic and organic materials with magnetic, luminescent, absorption, non-linear optical, thermoelectric, catalytic, and pharmaceutical properties; defects and mechanical properties.

Solid State Nanophysics and Nanotechnology (SSNN)
Nanostructures and nanomaterials: fabrication and characterization; physical properties at the nanoscale: nanodots, nanowires, quantum wells and superlattices; nanocarbon materials and hybrid nanoscale structures; emerging phenomena in nanomaterials and nanocomposites; nanoscience in emerging quantum technologies; advances in physics of nanosystems and their applications: nano-optics, nano-photonics, nano-magnetism and nano- spintronics, nano-optoelectronics, nano-electromechanical systems, nano-fluidics and nanotheranostics based on solid state nanomaterials.

Surface Engineering and Applied Electrochemistry. H2020 SMARTELECTRODES (SEAE)
Electrophysical and electrochemical methods of materials fabrication; micro- and nanotechnologies; surface treatment by electrochemical and electroerosion methods; surface analysis and materials engineering in electrochemical technologies; electrical processes in chemistry and technology.

Digital and Optical Holography: Materials and Methods (DOH)
Development and application of optical and digital holography methods; computational image data processing; digital holographic microscopy; interferometry and diffractive optics; industrial application of optical technologies and biomedical optics. Media for diffraction optical elements recording.

The conference will consist of plenary lectures (35 minutes, including discussions), topical sessions with keynote lectures (25 min) and contributed oral presentations (15 min), as well as poster sessions. The recommended format for posters is A0 portrait (90 cm x 100 cm panel).