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IV INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
MODERN MATERIALS SCIENCE

(MMS-2020)

IBCP RAS
17 November 2020

About the symposium

The whole day of fruitful discussion
17 November 2020
07:45

The Symposium is devoted to the actual and rapidly developing field of modern science - materials science which includes condensed state physics, semiconductor physics, as well as the physics of nanoparticles and nanomaterials. The Symposium will feature papers reflecting the current state of materials science and nanotechnology, including experimental and theoretical research.

University students, postgraduate students, and young scientists are invited to participate in the symposium. Works may be presented in the form of oral or poster presentations. Besides the conference program includes lectures by leading scientists from Germany, Hungary, Finland, and Russia.

 

The Symposium will be held within the framework of the XX Annual Youth Conference with international participation of the Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics RAS "Biochemical Physics".

 

Scientific Topics

 
 

Keynote speakers

 

Sponsors and Partners

 

Key Information

Registration
Participants
November 10, 2020
Free Listener
November 13, 2020
Abstract submission
November 30, 2020
The theses are indexed in Russian Science Citation Index
 
Participation is FREE
Oral speakers can participate either IN PERSON or via VIDEO LINK
The official languages of the conference are ENGLISH and RUSSIAN

Committee

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Timetable 

Moscow Time (GMT+3)

07:45-07:55

Symposium opening ceremony

Dr. Habil. Dmitry Kvashnin

IBCP RAS

Moscow, Russia

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07:55-08:00

Opening remarks

Prof. Dr. Leonid Chernozatonskii

IBCP RAS

Moscow, Russia

08:00-08:50

Will be announced
Sir Prof. Konstantin Novoselov

University of Manchester, the UK

National University of Singapore, Singapore

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08:50-09:15

Mechanical properties of 2D materials, scaling from atomic sheets to macro monoliths

Dr. Dai-Ming Tang 

National Institute for Materials Science

Japan

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09:25-10:15

P-T phase diagram of CaCO3 – more than century long story

Dr. Pavel Gavryushkin

Sobolev Institute of Geology and Mineralogy
Novosibirsk, Russia

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10:15-10:50

Spin-orbit coupling in heavy transition metal oxides: novel effects

Prof. Dr. Sergey Streltsov

Institute of metal physics
Yekaterinburg, Russia

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11:10-11:20

Differential resistance in weakly fluorinated graphene

Anna Belosludtseva

ISPMS SB RAS
Tomsk, Russia

11:20-11:30

Hybrid materials based on carbon nanotubes and polyaromatic molecules: structural features and sensory properties

Victoria Ivanova

Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS
Novosibirsk, Russia

11:40-11:50

Diffusion process in multicomponent systems

Timofey Miryashkin

MIPT (NRU)
Dolgoprudny, Russia

11:50-12:00

QM/MM studies of calix[4]arene and alkali metals complexes

Dmitry Kapusta 

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Chemistry, Research Laboratory of Chemical Cybernetics
Moscow, Russia

12:10-13:00

Poster Session

14:00-14:50

Defect engineering in two-dimensional materials: from fundamentals to applications

Prof. Mahdi Ghorbani-Asl

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
Dresden, Germany

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14:50-15:25

Defect Engineering of Two‐Dimensional Molybdenum Disulfide
Dr. Péter Vancsó

Institute of Technical Physics and Materials Science
Budapest, Hungary

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15:35-16:25

van der Waals effects in van der Waals materials 

Prof. Alexandre Tkatchenko

University of Luxembourg
Luxembourg

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16:25-16:35

Nitrogen fullerenes and crystals based on them: topological rules, stability and pyrolysis mechanisms

Konstantin Katin

National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)
Moscow, Russia

16:35-16:45

Supramolecular biocompatible polymer nanofilms based on the pillar[5]arene/vitamin D3 system

Yulia Alexandrova

Kazan Federal University
Kazan, Russia

16:45-17:00

Symposium closing ceremony

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Registration

The registration deadline is 
10.11.20
The abstract deadline is 
30.11.20