Solid State Chemistry 2016
Solid State Chemistry 2016 conference will be held in September 18-23, 2016 in Prague. The conference is organized by the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry AS CR. We cordially invite to take part in this enterprise.
Full details can be found in conference web http://www.ssc-conference.com/home
Solid State Chemistry conference is a traditional forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent advancements in all the fields of Chemistry: theory, numerical modelling, experiments and applications. The event is open to experts and scientists with different backgrounds (chemists, physicists, mathematicians, material scientists, biologists, engineers, etc.) to present, discuss, exchange ideas, methods and results.
The main topics of conference are Preparation and synthesis; Phase and properties characterization; Nanomaterials, nanocomposites and catalysis; Magnetic, metal and alloy materials; Optical and photovoltaic materials; Theoretical approaches to solid-state chemistry.
The 5-day event will include invited and contributed talks and posters, organized in different thematic sessions, each coordinated by appointed chairs. We contacted several attractive international experts, who will provide a broader view of this complex field and of the main topics.
We would like to cordially invite you to attend the SSC conference, meet your friends and colleagues, actively participate in technical sessions, and thus contribute to the success of the event.
SACSESS, EU project
On March 1, 2013, a three-year collaborative project within 7. F.P. , SACSESS, "Safety of ACtinide SEparation ProceSSes" has been run. The project coordinator is Dr. Stéphane Bourg, CEA Marcoule, France; IIC is one of 26 project partners.
IIC will take part in four-years' project COUNTERFOG within 7th Framework Programme of the European Union. The principal investigator is from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in Spain, co-investigator is V. Štengl from IIC. Project is focused on development of equipment for decontamination of chemical warfare agents.