The conference will be held in the form of plenary (40 min), keynote (30 min), invited (20 min) and contributed (15 min) talks as well as poster session on the following topics:
The following events will be held during the TERA - 2018 conference:
The Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences today is one of the largest institutions in the structure of the Russian Academy of Sciences and occupies the leading positions in a variety of fields in modern physics.
At present, BINP SB RAS is the largest academic institute of the Russian Federation, and one of the world's leading research centers in the field of elementary particle physics, accelerator physics and technology, synchrotron radiation sources, free electron lasers, high-temperature plasma physics, and controlled thermonuclear fusion.
Lomonosov Moscow State University is a coeducational and public research university located in Moscow, Russia. It was founded on January 25, 1755 by Mikhail Lomonosov. It houses the tallest educational building in the world. Among universities from BRIC-countries and emerging economies, it has one of the best reputations.
GYCOM Ltd. was established in 1992 by Russian experts working in the fields of plasma physics and development and manufacture of super-power vacuum microwave devices on the basis of IAP RAS and several Russian electronic-industry enterprises in Nizhny Novgorod and Moscow.
|Registration Type||Early (through September 10)||Late (after September 10)|
|Regular||200 USD or 170 EUR||250 USD or 210 EUR|
|Student||100 USD or 85 EUR||150 USD or 125 EUR|
|Sponsor & Exhibitor||Please contact organizing committee: email@example.com|
|Additional Banquet Ticket||30 USD or 25 EUR|
Registration fee includes conference materials, lunches, coffee breaks, excursion, and banquet ticket for one person. It does not include any other meals or lodging costs.
All presenting authors must pay registration fee and are limited to present no more than two papers in oral and/or poster sessions. It is planned to publish the synopses of the Conference in the EPJ Web of Conferences, which is an open-access journal for conference proceedings publishing indexed in major scientific databases. For more information on the journal, please visit http://www.epj-conferences.org/.
The conference fees should be transferred to the following bank account: For transfers in Euro: Beneficiary "Gycom" Ltd. Address: 46 Ulyanov Street, Nizhny Novgorod, 603155, RUSSIA Account 40702978300001000008 Bank of Beneficiary: Commercial Bank “Assotsiatsiya”, SWIFT code: ASOJRU2N 61 Gorky Street, 603000 Nizhny Novgorod, RUSSIA via account 0104328398 EUR with VTB BANK (DEUTSCHLAND) AG, Frankfurt/Main, Germany. SWIFT code: OWHBDEFF
For transfers in USD: Beneficiary "Gycom" Ltd. Address: 46 Ulyanov Street, Nizhny Novgorod, 603155, RUSSIA Account 40702840700001000008 Bank of Beneficiary: Commercial Bank “Assotsiatsiya”, Bank address: 61 Gorky Street, 603000 Nizhny Novgorod, RUSSIA SWIFT code: ASOJRU2N via account 0104328414 USD with VTB BANK (DEUTSCHLAND) AG, Frankfurt/Main, Germany.
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Для российских участников: ЗАО НПП «Гиком» Адрес: 603155, Н. Новгород, ул. Ульянова, 46 ИНН 5260004824 / КПП 526001001 р/с № 40702810500000000048 в АО КБ «Ассоциация» г. Н. Новгород БИК 042282751 к/с 30101810100000000751
Contributed papers for oral and poster presentations will be selected by reviewing short abstracts (up to 500 symbols long).
Presentations must be uploaded from a USB drive to the laptop in the session room prior to the beginning of your session.
Due to the tight schedule, please note that speakers are discouraged from using their own laptops. If they wish to do so, any delay in time will be at the expense of the speaker's time slot. If a talk is not uploaded in a timely manner, the Session Chair will have the option to replace it with a backup talk to ensure session continuity.
Only PowerPoint presentations (.ppt, .pptx) and Adobe Acrobat files (.pdf) will be accepted, as the available software includes Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
A computer, projector, laser pointer, slide advancer, and microphone will be available in each oral session room. Audio Visual Technicians will be available to provide technical support.
Time blocks for talks are as follows:
Poster boards provided at the venue are 100 cm wide and 120 cm high, suitable for size A1 landscape and & portrait and A0 portrait. Material to mount your poster will be available at poster halls.
Posters should be posted before the session starts and taken down after the session ends. The poster presenter is expected to remain at the poster during the poster session. In all cases, posters left on the boards "unattended" at the end of session will be disposed of and not returned to the author.
Please note that in order to give your presentation, you or one of your co-authors must be a registered conference attendee.
Information regarding the technical program will be posted here later.
The conference sessions will be held on October 22 - 25, 2018 in conference halls of the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IAP RAS).
IMPORTANT: Please send the first page of your passport to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than September 10 in order to issue a pass to IAP RAS. It will be impossible just before or during the conference!
VISA APPLICATION: If you are going to apply for a Russian visa, please send us the filled questionnaire.
Institute of Applied Physics RAS was established on the basis of several divisions of the Radiophysical Research Institute (RRI) of the Ministry of Higher Education of the Russian Federation in April 1977 an today it is one of the largest institutions in the structure of the Russian Academy of Sciences and occupies the leading positions in a variety of fields in modern physics. The IAP RAS was conceived and created as a multipurpose institution combining basic and applied research in the field of plasma physics, high-power electronics, physics of the atmosphere, hydrophysics, and quantum electronics.
Address: 46 Ulyanov Street · 603950 · Nizhny Novgorod · Russia Click here to see the map...
The conference will run from Monday, October 22 (registration and welcome reception) through Thursday, October 25 (end of the technical program).
The organizers can recommend the following hotels located within walking distance from the conference venue:
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Nizhny Novgorod is a city in the administrative center (capital) of Volga Federal District and Nizhny Novgorod Oblast in Russia. From 1932 to 1990, it was known as Gorky after the writer Maxim Gorky, who was born there. The city is an important economic, transportation, scientific, educational and cultural center in Russia and the vast Volga-Vyatka economic region, and is the main center of river tourism in Russia. In the historic part of the city there is a large number of universities, theaters, museums and churches. Nizhny Novgorod is located about 400 km east of Moscow, where the Oka empties into the Volga.
The city was founded in 1221 by Prince Yuri II of Vladimir. In 1612 Kuzma Minin and Prince Dmitry Pozharsky organized an army for the liberation of Moscow from the Poles. In 1817 Nizhny Novgorod became a great trade center of the Russian Empire. In 1896 at a fair, an All-Russia Exhibition was organized. During the Soviet period, the city turned into an important industrial center. In particular, the Gorky Automobile Plant was constructed in this period. Then the city was given the nickname "Russian Detroit". During World War II, Gorky became the biggest provider of military equipment to the front. Due to this, the Luftwaffe constantly bombed the city from the air. The majority of the German bombs fell in the area of the Gorky Automobile Plant. Although almost all the production sites of the plant were completely destroyed, the citizens of Gorky reconstructed the factory after 100 days.
After the war, Gorky became a "closed city" and remained one until after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1990. At that time, the city was renamed Nizhny Novgorod once again. In 1985, the metro was opened. The Kremlin – the main center of the city – contains the main government agencies of the city and the Volga Federal District.
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