ETH Zurich - ISMANAM 2010 - Scope


The 17th International Symposium on Metastable, Amorphous and Nanostructured Materials (ISMANAM 2010) will be held at the ETH Zurich on July 4-9, 2010.

The ISMANAM conference was first held in Grenoble in 1994, followed by Symposia in Quebec ('95), Rome ('96), Sitges ('97), Wollongong ('98), Dresden ('99), Oxford (2000), Ann Arbor ('01), Seoul ('02), Foz do Iguacu ('03), Sendai ('04), Paris ('05), Warsaw ('06), Corfu Island ('07), Buenos Aires ('08), and Beijing ('09).

The general scheme of the Symposium surrounds new science and novel materials at the submicron, nano, and atomic scales.

The Symposium covers, but is not limited to, metastable, amorphous, and nanostructured materials. Their forms range from bulk materials, including composites and nanocomposites, through nanosized particles to thin films and powders. Various aspects of physics and materials science will be discussed, including properties, synthesis and processing, structure, theoretical modeling, applications, and more. For more details, see here (topics).

The Symposium will comprise invited lectures from distinguished scientists, oral presentations and poster presentations. Researchers in the fields of materials science, physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering all are encouraged to contribute.

The Symposium's official language will be English.

The proceedings will be published, after strict peer review, in Journal of Alloys and Compounds (JALCOM).


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