At a glance
The 15th International Conference on Physics of Advanced Materials (ICPAM-15) and 6th Autumn School on Physics of Advanced Materials (PAMS-6) continue the tradition initiated in Iasi, Romania and developed in cities from Romania, Greece, Spain and Croatia. ICPAM-15 and PAMS-6 will be held on November 19 – 26, 2023, in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt and online.
The main objective of ICPAM-15 is to provide a forum for scientists involved in physics of advanced materials, emerging nanotechnologies, and new devices, to exchange their ideas, knowledge and experience. ICPAM-15 sessions will address recent advancements and new strategies and will include keynote, invited, oral and poster presentations that cover a wide range of hot interdisciplinary research topics. ICPAM-15 also offers a space for sponsors/exhibitors to present their services, products, innovations, and research results.
PAMS-6 is focused on providing interdisciplinary expert training, involving both fundamental knowledge and current research topics. Besides their contribution in the PAMS-6 poster session, the attendees may have a presentation in ICPAM-15.
To encourage young scientists, we offer awards for best poster and oral presentations, a special category for the best student paper and other prizes.
The 7th International Festival of NanoArt will be organized in parallel with the conference, continuing our effort to promote art and science interaction.
Based on the success of previous editions, we are confident that ICPAM-15 and PAMS-6 will meet your highest expectations. We look forward to your active support and participation.
ICPAM-15 and PAMS-6 General Chairpersons
Felicia IACOMI – Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
Hossam El NAZER – National Research Centre Dokki-Giza, Egypt
Valentin CRACIUN – National Institute for Laser, Plasma & Radiation Physics and Extreme Light Infrastructure for Nuclear Physics, Magurele, Romania
Romulus TETEAN – Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Isabelle BERBEZIER – Institute for Materials, Microelectronic and Nanosciences of Provence, Marseille, France