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International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering

It is a great pleasure and honour, as Conference Chairs and representatives of the hosting university to invite colleagues from academia and business, as well as young researchers and students from all parts of the world to attend the Materials Oceania 2021 conference. The conference, scheduled from October 11-14, 2021 is organized by Prism Scientific Services in collaboration with The University of Queensland.

The conference will underpin the need and importance of collaboration and cooperation by individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds. Materials Oceania will bring together a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers from all over the world to present latest findings and to exchange their ideas. This in turn paves the way for further discoveries, which most often happen where disciplines and specialists meet and congregate. In fact the development of materials was, is and will be fundamental for all technological applications, and in the entire field of applied science targeting the improvement of quality of life for humanity. At the end of the conference, we hope that attendees will feel they have generated the most up-to-date information available.

We hope that you will join us for a symphony of outstanding science, and to also take a little extra time to enjoy the spectacular and unique beauty of Brisbane City.

For more details please visit: https://www.materialsconferenceaustralia.com

International conference on Materials Science and Engineering

It is a great pleasure and honour to invite colleagues from academia and business, as well as young researchers and students from all parts of the world to attend the Materials Science Conference. The conference, scheduled from October 11-14, 2021 is organized by Prism Scientific Services in collaboration with The University of Queensland.

The conference will underpin the need and importance of collaboration and cooperation by individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds. Materials Oceania will bring together a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers from all over the world to present latest findings and to exchange their ideas. This in turn paves the way for further discoveries, which most often happen where disciplines and specialists meet and congregate. In fact the development of materials was, is and will be fundamental for all technological applications, and in the entire field of applied science targeting the improvement of quality of life for humanity. At the end of the materials conference, we hope that attendees will feel they have generated the most up-to-date information available.

We hope that you will join us for a symphony of outstanding science, and to also take a little extra time to enjoy the spectacular and unique beauty of Brisbane City.

International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering

Following on from the success of Materials Oceania 2019, Prism Scientific Services is continuing its legacy in organizing premium materials science conferences with the objective to promote the gathering of scientists, students and industry experts to exchange and enhance their knowledge and ideas for future materials applications. The Materials Asia 2020 conference is scheduled during June 15-17 in Bali, Indonesia.

International Conference on Spontaneous Coherence in Excitonic Systems (ICSCE10)

The 10th International Conference on Spontaneous Coherence in Excitonic Systems (ICSCE10) will bring together the community of researchers studying quantum collective phenomena in various kinds of electronic excitations in solids, and related phenomena in other physical systems.

Taking a broader perspective on spontaneous coherence effects, conference topics will include:
1. Interlayer and indirect excitons
2. Novel materials (organics, perovskites, 2D monolayers)
3. Exciton-polaritons
4. Quantum dots
5. Ultrastrong coupling
6. Spontaneous coherence in cold atomic, plasmonic, and other systems.

New Paradigms in Quantum Control Workshop

The New Paradigms in Quantum Control (NPQC) workshop will bring together international and Australian experts in the fields of quantum control theory and experiment to share research and discuss advances in this rapidly moving field.

The workshop will cover a broad range of topics at the cutting edge of quantum control including, optimisation, machine learning, statistical analysis, as well as implementations in platforms ranging from trapped ions to superconducting circuits.

INVITED SPEAKERS
Lorenza Viola (Dartmouth College)

Simon Gustavsson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Leigh Norris (Dartmouth College)

Greg Quiroz (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)

Ken Brown (Duke University)

Kevin Schultz (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)

Areeya Chantasri (Griffith University)

Mária Kieferová (University of Technology Sydney)

Nora Tischler (Griffith University)

Christopher Jackson (University of New Mexico)

Riddhi Gupta (University of Sydney)

Kenneth Rudinger (Sandia National Laboratory)

Vincent Mourik (University of New South Wales)

VENUE
The workshop will take place at the Coogee Bay Hotel, 10-11 October 2019. Attendance is open to all. A small conference fee is requested. Students without financial support should contact the organisers before registering. Participants are encouraged to submit poster abstracts using the form below.

International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering

Keeping updated on the latest trends in material science across a wide range of industries can be an intimidating task. Realizing this imperative, Organizing Committee is set to organize International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering which is going to take place during September 16-18, 2019 at Melbourne, Australia with a view to promote awareness and enhance research aiming in developing solutions for the challenges encountered. https://www.materialsconferenceaustralia.com/

7th Heavy Ion Accelerator Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Science

We would like to invite you to the Heavy Ion Accelerator Symposium HIAS2019 at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra from Monday the 9th of September to Friday the 13th of September. The HIAS series has been organized by the  Department of Nuclear Physics at the ANU since 2012.

Scientific program: The meeting will bring together researchers  working with accelerated ion beams and related state-of-the-art instrumentation. The Symposium will provide a forum to build cross-institutional and cross-disciplinary links. If required, we will hold a limited number of parallel sessions (two streams on some afternoons).

Symposium topics will include:

  • Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Data
  • Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Applications
  • Nuclear Astrophysics
  • Nuclear Reactions
  • New Instrumentation for Nuclear Science and Applications

Location: The Symposium will be held in the Hedley Bull Lecture Theatre at the Australian National University in Canberra.

Starting and finishing times: The conference is scheduled to start on Monday morning the 9th of September and conclude early afternoon on Friday the 13th of September 2019.

Abstracts: The abstract submission through the HIAS19 website will be open on the 4th of March 2019. The deadline for abstracts is 15th of May 2019.

Proceedings: The HIAS19 conference proceedings will be published in electronic form as a regular volume of the journal EPJ Web of Conferences.

Registration: The registration deadline is the 1st of August 2019 (early bird 15th of July). The registration fee of AUD700 (early bird AUD600) will include coffee breaks, lunches and dinners on Monday and Wednesday. Registration will open on the 3rd of June 2019. Details on how to register will be posted on the conference webpage. Accompanying persons are welcome to the social dinners, tickets can be purchased during registration.

Accommodation: Please see the HIAS 2019 website for details.

Conference webpage: The conference webpage hias.anu.edu.au/2019 will be available from the 15th of February and can be accessed through the Department of Nuclear Physics
website physics.anu.edu.au/nuclear or directly via the HIAS website hias.anu.edu.au/2019

Organisers: The Symposium is organised by the Department of Nuclear Physics, ANU.

For further details, please contact us at: hias@physics.anu.edu.au