Sixth International Conference on Cryocrystals
and Quantum Crystals

Kharkov,  September 3-8, 2006



The CC-2006 Conference will be held at the B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering in Kharkov, Ukraine on September 3-8, 2006. The Conference is dedicated to the 100-th anniversary of Academician Antonina F. Prikhotko, who coined the term “cryocrystals’.

Conference Topics

  • Properties of cryocrystals and their alloys
  • Quantum crystals
  • Cryocrystals at high pressures
  • Electronic processes in cryocrystals
  • Matrix isolation
  • Clusters
  • Cryocrystals in low dimensions
  • Tunneling and quantum phenomena in classical cryocrystals
  • Low-temperature properties of emerging molecular solids


The official language of CC-2006 is English.

Deadlines and Important Dates

First Announcement October 31, 2005
Pre-registration February 1, 2006
Abstract Submission Deadline April 10, 2006
Second Announcement June 1, 2006
Hotel and Conference Registration August 1, 2006


In order to pre-register, you can fill in Pre-registration form (mandatory fields are marked with asterisks) and click "submit" button, or copy the form, fill it in and send by e-mail to


Abstracts in their final form for Conference Book of Abstracts will be accepted only if submitted electronically. The LATEX abstract template is available for download.


There will be invited (35+5 min), oral (15+5 min) and poster presentations.
Invited and oral presentations. There will be the necessary facilities for oral submission (LCD and overhead projectors). Participants may bring their own notebooks or use Conference service notebook with the relevant software (PowerPoint, Acrobat, GhostScript, etc.). Presenters are asked to notify Organizing Committee if they are going to use less standard software in their presentations.
Poster presentations. Poster boards are 120 cm wide and 100 cm high. Presence of at least one of the co-authors of a poster is required during presentation.


The Proceedings will be published after the Conference as a single issue of Fizika Nizkikh Temperature (published simultaneously in English by the AIP as Low Temperature Physics). Details of submission and the relevant guidelines will be announced later.