Einladung zur Teilnahme am IVC-21 vom 1.-5. Juli 2019 in Schweden

von Wahl@ifos.uni-kl.de

Welcome to be a part of IVC-21 in Malmö, Sweden July 1-5, 2019! Registration and abstract submission are now open!

 On behalf of the Swedish Vaccum Society and IUVSTA we are thrilled to invite you to register and submit your abstract to the 21st IVC Conference where advanced technology and materials research meet challenges in basic science as well as in industrial applications. The IVC-21 will follow the tradition of previous IVC conferences with a broad program, exhibition and courses, and with an emphasis on Material Science, Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, and on Science based on Large Scale Infrastructures.

IVC-21 key attractions include: Plenary speakers:

  • Hiroshi Amano, Nobel Prize 2014 for the blue LED
  • Barry Barish, Nobel Prize 2017 for gravitational wave detection
  • Evelyn Hu, Harvard, Photonic and electronic devices
  • Carl Brockmeyer, Leybold North America, Hyperloop technology
  • Molly Stevens, Imperial College London, Bio-inspired materials
  • Robert Feidenhans’l, XFEL Hamburg, Free-electron laser science and technology
  • The IUVSTA Awards for Science and Technology
  • Student travel support
  • Poster prizes

Deadline for submitting abstract is: February 1st, 2019 Deadline for early bird registration is: April 15th, 2019 All abstracts will be reviewed by the program committee.

The abstracts can be accepted for oral or poster presentation. In exceptional cases, the program committee may decide to contributed abstracts to invited talks. We encourage submissions within the following subjects:

  • Nanoscale Devices and ICN+T
  • Organic and Inorganic Thin Films and Coatings
  • Surface Science
  • Technology
  • Semiconductor Materials and Devices
  • Materials and Devices for Life Sciences
  • Large Scale Facilities

Please click here to find more information & instructions for abstract submission Please click here for submit your abstract

There will also be unique opportunities to visit the MAX IV synchrotron (in operation) and the European Spallation Source ESS (under construction) You find all information at IVC21.com