Conferences

August

Aug
03

PEC 2021

81st Physical Electronics Conference

From August 3rd, 2021 Until August 3rd, 2021

2021 - Virtual

at your couch, office, or kitchen table

The Physical Electronics Conference provides a yearly forum for the dissemination and discussion of novel and fundamental theoretical and experimental research in the physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering of surfaces and interfaces. The conference draws from cutting edge research in material science; topics include structural, electronic, chemical, magnetic, or topological properties of surfaces and interfaces and thin films; electron correlation or processes of energy, electron, ion, and molecular transfer at surfaces and interfaces; energetics, kinetics, and dynamics of physical, chemical, and biological transformations; interactions of organic or biological materials; mechanisms of film growth, effects of reduced dimensionality, confinement or patterning. Presentations of Ph.D. thesis research, made by student contestants for the prestigious Nottingham prize ($1,500), are highlighted.

This year, like so much of 2020, will be different. We are holding the event as a virtual event with a strong focus on the Nottingham Prize Competition. Selected contestants are asked to submit a 10-minute video. It is expected that contestants will compete and collaborate during the production process. Ranking will be based on scientific merit, presentation, and engagement.

The prestigious Nottingham Prize was established from contributions given in memory of Professor Wayne B. Nottingham of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology by his many friends and associates.

October

Oct
24

AVS 67

AVS 67th International Symposium & Exhibition

From October 24th, 2021 Until October 29th, 2021

Contact: Yvonne Towse

Charlotte Convention Center
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

The AVS International Symposium and Exhibition addresses cutting edge issues associated with materials, processing and interfaces in both the research and manufacturing communities. The weeklong Symposium fosters a multidisciplinary environment that cuts across traditional boundaries between disciplines, featuring papers from AVS Technical Division, Groups, Focus Topics on emerging technologies and more.