Dear young scientists and students!
The Council of Young Scientists of B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering (ILTPE) of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is organizing the V
International Conference for Young Scientists “Low Temperature Physics” ICYS–LTP–2014 to be held on June 2 - 6, 2014.
The Conference subjects are theoretical and experimental physics at low and ultralow temperatures; solid state physics, nanophysics (including nanobiophysics) at low temperature;
low temperature material science.
The aim of the Conference is to help young scientists and students in improving their professional skills and scientific qualification, and gaining more experience in public presentations.
Students and young researchers whose ages under 35 years and who is working in the fields of experimental and theoretical physics are invited to take part in the Conference. The Conference
program will include invited talks of leading experts in the field of low temperature physics from Ukraine and abroad.
The Conference is organized by B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering (ILTPE) of NAS of Ukraine and is supported by the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,
ILTPE trade union committee, student organizations of OSA (IRE OSA SC, IPMash OSA SC, TNU OSA SC), SPIE (IRE SPIE SC, TNU SPIE SC) and IEEE IRE-Kharkiv StB APs, EDs, MTTs chapters.
Conference Venue: Ukraine, Kharkiv 61103, 47 Lenin Ave., B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of NAS of Ukraine.
Languages: English for abstracts and visual presentations of reports; English, Ukrainian, and Russian for oral presentations.
Forms of participation: oral presentations (15 min talk), posters (format À1).
Conference materials: book of abstracts.
Participation in the Conference: for registration the application form and abstract should be
submitted to the Organizing Committee. All submitted abstracts will be reviewed. The authors of the best presentations will be rewarded by the Program Committee and offered to prepare a paper for
the publication in the journal “Low Temperature Physics” (LTP).