2022 MRS Fall
2022 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit
The world's foremost international scientific gathering for materials research, the MRS meeting showcases leading interdisciplinary research in both fundamental and applied areas presented by scientists from around the world.
About the Meeting
Hosted by the Materials Research Society, the Fall Meeting draws the entire materials research community to Boston to discuss topics across the fundamental and applied research spectrum.
This is not only an invaluable opportunity to advance your work, but also to:
Explore a variety of hot topics, including:
- Predictive design
- Semiconductor technology
- Superconductor materials
- Polymer material science
- Quantum engineering and artificial intelligence
- Expand your professional network
- Enhance your leadership skills
- Help shape the future of the materials community
- Get free MRS membership with registration
9th APXPS Workshop
9th Annual Ambient Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Workshop
FHNW/Paul Scherrer Institute
The international workshop on ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is organized annually by a large facility (synchrotron/national laboratory) hosting such a technique. The workshop brings together academic staff, researchers and students to discuss the application and development of ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in a wide variety of scientific topics including catalysis, electrochemistry, materials science, and environmental science. The workshop is also open to scientists making use of other in situ/operando techniques and working in the field of theoretical calculations. The main goals are to highlight new scientific discoveries, discuss about technical upgrades and foster the discussion among research facilities making use of in situ/operando techniques.
The workshop features talks from plenary and invited speakers as well as from contributed speakers, a poster session, and a technical discussion session. Participants have the opportunity to share and learn about the latest scientific discoveries, technical developments of APXPS instrumentation, and discuss the future directions in the field.
This year the workshop will be hosted by the Paul Scherrer Institute, at the University of Applied Sciences in Windisch, Switzerland.
36th Annual Meeting of the JSR
36th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Synchrotron Radiation and Synchrotron Radiation Science Joint Symposium
Ritsumeikan University Maniwako-Kusatsu Campus
1-1-1 Nojihigashi, Kusatsu City, Shiga Prefecture 525-8577
Presenters of oral and poster presentations (speakers in the case of oral presentations and presenters in the case of poster presentations) must be (1) members of the Japan Radiological Society, or (2) members or staff of special supporting or co-sponsoring organizations. Limited to
- Those who do not have the above qualifications at the time of application for presentation must obtain the qualifications by the day of presentation. In particular, please apply for membership to the Japan Radiological Society as soon as possible.
- If the presenter is a member of the Japan Radiological Society or a member or employee of a special supporting organization or co-sponsoring organization, there is no problem even if one of the co-presenters does not meet the above qualifications.
- If you are a member or employee of a special supporting organization or co-sponsoring organization and are not a member of the Japan Synchrotron Radiation Society, please understand the role that society plays in the development of synchrotron radiation science and join the Japan Synchrotron Radiation Society.
48th Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Surfaces and Interfaces
Sonesta Redondo Beach & Marina
Redondo Beach, California
The annual PCSI conference is devoted to achieving a fundamental understanding of the physical, chemical, biological, structural, optical, magnetic, and electrical properties of surfaces and interfaces. These studies include novel growth processes and interfacial phenomena, new characterization tools, transport, and functionality of the structures for future devices.
Generous amounts of discussion time will be included in the program in order to emphasize the workshop character and to stimulate the exchange of new ideas.
XII Reunión del grupo de física de la materia condensada de la Real Sociedad Española de Física – GEFES 2023
Annual meeting of the condensed matter physics group of the Spanish Royal Society for Physics.
Salamanca is a historical town in Spain and hosts its oldest University, founded in 1218. The conference will be held at one of the university historical buildings, the Auditorio Fonseca, just 5 minutes away from the center
List of Keynote speakers:
Rebeca Ribeiro (C2N Paris-Saclay and CNRS) – Non-identical moiré twins in bilayer graphene
Jairo Sinova (Inspire Group, University of Mainz) – The emergence of research landscape of altermagnetism
Olivier Dauchot (ESPCI CNRS – Paris) – When active matter turns solid : from collective motion to collective actuation
Alejandro Manjavacas (Instituto Daza de Valdés CSIC) – Lattice resonances: a collective response of periodic arrays of nanostructures
Irene Calvo (INMA – CSIC , University of Zaragoza) – Synchrotron X-ray Coherence to Probe the Complexity of realistic interfaces at the Nanoscale
Natalia Ares (Oxford University) – Quantum devices for thermodynamics at the nanoscale
Chemical Reactions at Surfaces - GRC
Reactions at Surface Active Sites: From Single Atoms and 2D Materials to Electrified Interfaces
Lucca (Barga), LU, Italy
The Chemical Reactions at Surfaces GRC is a premier, international scientific conference focused on advancing the frontiers of science through the presentation of cutting-edge and unpublished research, prioritizing time for discussion after each talk and fostering informal interactions among scientists of all career stages. The conference program includes a diverse range of speakers and discussion leaders from institutions and organizations worldwide, concentrating on the latest developments in the field. The conference is five days long and held in a remote location to increase the sense of camaraderie and create scientific communities, with lasting collaborations and friendships. In addition to premier talks, the conference has designated time for poster sessions from individuals of all career stages, and afternoon free time and communal meals allow for informal networking opportunities with leaders in the field.
The conference will assemble an interdisciplinary group of world-class experts with background in chemistry, chemical engineering, physics and materials science to present on and discuss fundamental aspects of surface and interface chemistry, relevant to a wide range of technological challenges. Thematic topics include: reactions at single crystal model surfaces, state-of-the-art theoretical methods unraveling fundamental mechanistic insights at the molecular level, reactions at electrified interfaces relevant to applications for energy production and storage, such as fuel cells and batteries. In addition, the latest developments in advanced surface characterization methods, including in-situ spectroscopies and microscopies will be highlighted by world-leaders in the field.