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Subject: Call for Papers Applied Physics 2003
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 18:27:35 +0100
Organization: Telefonica Data Espagna
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This is to inform you that the Call for Abstracts for the
forthcoming International Meeting on Applied Physics (APHYS-
2003), to be held in Badajoz (Spain), during October 14-18th
2003, is now opened.
Abstracts submission deadline: March 24th 2003
As you can see, Applied Surface Science, Imaging Techniques
and related fields will have very important weight in the
scientific Program of APHYS-2003. Some of topics to be
covered will be:
- Surfaces, Interfaces and Colloids
- Nano-sciences and Technologies
- Imaging Techniques, Microscopy
- Materials Science
- Biomedical Engineering and Biomaterials
- Computational Physics
In addition to the regular Scientific Program, several
International Workshops will be held as pre-conference events.
The following two will be of high interest for surface scientists:
1. Pre-conference Workshop: International Interdisciplinar
Workshop on Bioengineered Non-crystalline Solids
2. Modern Applied Microscopy in Molecular and Cell
Biophysics Research(please visit the website for details)
For all the information regarding the conference, please
Proceedings will be published within several
international journals, depending on each paper topic:
- Journal of Microscopy
- Journal of Non-crystalline Solids
- Applied Surface Science (to be confirmed)
- Microelectronics Journal (Semiconductors surfaces and
For issues regarding Commercial Exhibition and Sponsorship,
please refer to the Conference website.
Thank you in advance and please contact us for any
suggestion or question.
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