Ural International Winter School on Physics of Semiconductors was founded by Isaac Mikhailovich Tsidil'kovskii (1923 - 2001), the conspicuous scientist, the founder of semiconductor physics in the Ural, the full member of Russian academy of sciences (1994), the awardee of the State Prize of the USSR (1982), A.F. Joffe Prize (1978) and M.V. Lomonosov Prize (1994), head of the Laboratory of semiconductors and semimetals IMP UB RASUral International Winter School on Physics of Semiconductors has been regularly organized by the Institute of Metal Physics since 1966.The purpose of school is to promote a fruitful discussion and a profound comprehension in the recent developments of Semiconductor Physics for a wide range of scientists, especially young ones. This goal is achieved by including the lectures, reviews and original works of the leading Russian and foreign scientists in to the school program and by providing the full communication between participants in a friendly atmosphere. The scientific program of the Ural International School reflects the most rapidly developing areas of actual physics. The subjects of the school includes electronic phenomena in low-dimensional structures, magnetotransport in nanostructures, properties of systems with impurities of transition elements, as well as the range of problems related to the study of new electronic phenomena and properties of high-temperature superconductors and nanomaterials.
The XXI Ural International Winter School on the Physics of Semiconductors will be held on February 15 - 20, 2016 near Ekaterinburg, Russia. It will take place in a hotel “Samotsvet” (http://www.sanatoryisamotsvet.ru/) that is situated in a forest area at a distance of 130 km to the north from Ekaterinburg. School participants will have great opportunity to enjoy the Ural snow forest during skiing time that is taken into account in the schedule.
In the XXI Ural School is scheduled about 100 participants. We hope that it will retain a lively atmosphere for discussion and debates.
The School will provide an international meeting for the exchange of information on the latest progress in the field of electronic properties of low-dimensional semi- and superconductor structures, compounds with transition metal impurities and spin phenomena. The scientific program will consist of oral (20-30 min), invited (40 min) and poster presentations as well as lectures (60-80 min) given by invited speakers who will survey areas of major interest. The conference language will be Russian and English.
The scientific program will include the following topics:• electronic properties of low dimensional systems (L)
• structure and properties of semiconductors with transition metal impurities (T)
• electronic properties of new systems (NM)
|Yu.G. Arapov ||IMP|
|T.B. Charikova ||IMP|
|A.V. Germanenko ||URFU|
|I.V. Gevstovskikh ||IMP|
|V.N. Neverov ||IMP|
|S.G. Novokshonov ||IMP|
|T.P. Surkova ||IMP|
|R.V. Parfen’ev ||PTI||Co-chairman|
|B.A. Aronzon||RSC KIAE, Moscow|
|M. Godlewski||IP, Poland|
|V.Ya. Demikhovskii||Nizhnii Novgorod University|
|K.A. Kikoin||Ben Gurion University, Israil|
|Z.F. Krasilnik||IMP, Nizhnii Novgorod|
|Z.D. Kvon||IPS, Novosibirsk|
|D.R. Khokhlov||MSU, Moscow|
|G.V. Loshkarev||IPM NASU, Kiev, Ukraina|
|N.N. Sibeldin||FIAN, Moscow|
|V.V. Robush||Nation Laboratory Fraskatti, Italy|
V.I. Okulov, Chairman,
M.N. Mikheev Institute of Metal Physics of Ural Division of the RAS,
S.Kovalevskaya Str. 18,
Phone: +7(343) 3745253
Fax: +7(343) 3745244
Deadline for submission of registration form: November 10, 2015
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The registration fee includes:
- accommodation (single room);
- meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee break);
- school materials;
- organization expenses (transportation to the school site).
The registration fee (€ 200) is recommended to pay on arrival.
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