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It is with pleasure that we can introduce to you the 13th International Conference on Solid State Chemistry (SSC) that follows those held in Karlovy Vary (1986), Pardubice (1989), Bratislava (1996), Prague (2000), Bratislava (2002), Prague (2004), Pardubice (2006), Bratislava (2008), Prague (2010), Pardubice (2012), Trenčianske Teplice (2014) and Prague (2016).
The conference series was founded by Prof. Frumar as a symposium for scientists working in the field of solid state chemistry, chemistry and physics of novel inorganic materials. New concepts, approaches, fundamental understanding, as well as the application aspects of inorganic materials have been discussed. The conference has become a truly international event with a worldwide geographical distribution of the participants.Read more
The SSC2018 will be a forum for the presentation of new research results in the area of solid state chemistry and also bridge the gap between scientific understanding and technical requirements and application, so that the enormous future potential of solid state chemistry, materials and technologies, is realized effectively.
The SSC2018 also encompasses different fields of solid state chemistry and physics, which is reflected in the conference aim of being a forum for discussion of all types of inorganic solids.
We look forward to seeing all of you in Pardubice in September 2018.
Chair of the SSC 2018 conference
The conference will be held in the historical buildings of the University of Pardubice, Czech Republic, situated in the vicinity of hotels and student's dormitories and within a walking distance from the city centre.
The city of Pardubice is located about 100 km east of Prague, the capital of Czech Republic and Kutná Hora. Both places are listed on UNESCO heritage.
University of Pardubice
Cs. Legii sq. 565
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This conference is also opened to other relevant and perspective topics.
Application opens on September 1, 2017.Application (create an account) or Login
Conference Language – English
Plenary talk – 50 minutes
Keynote talk – 40 minutes
Invited talk – 30 minutes
Contributed paper - 20 minutes
All abstracts received before February 28, 2018 will appear in printed Book of Abstracts.
Publication in Pure and Applied Chemistry
We will be delighted to publish selected papers from the 13th International Conference on Solid State Chemistry in Pure and Applied Chemistry. This continues the tradition of publishing in the journal work presented at SSC conferences.
Pure and Applied Chemistry usually publishes the Plenary, Invited Lectures from IUPAC endorsed conferences, but is happy to consider selected contributions from other participants. There is no strict limit on the number of articles, but this is typically in the region of 10 - 20. Similarly, we do not restrict the number of pages for each paper, but this is normally around 10 - 15 published pages. Further details can be found at the website
PAC will handle all the administrative tasks. The conference PAC issue editor is prof. Tomas Wagner.
Since the SSC 2918 will be held September 16-21, a deadline for manuscript submission is on November 25, 2018.
All students' contributions, talks and posters, are automatically included in the Students Award contest. The best students contribution will be awarded by a valuable price.
Students not wishing to participate are kindly asked to inform the Organising Committee at the registration desk on arrival.
|First announcement||July, 2017|
|Preliminary on-line registration (application) opened||September 1, 2017|
|Call for papers||December 20, 2017|
|Abstracts submission deadline||February 28, 2018
extended till March 15, 2018
|Confirmation of acceptance||April 30, 2018|
|Early-bird registration deadline||May 31, 2018|
|Preliminary programme||May 31, 2018|
|Final programme||August 15, 2018|
J.-L. Adam | University of Rennes I | France
S. L. Bernasek | Princeton University | USA
M. Boča | Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of the Slovak Academy of Sciences | Slovak Republic
E. Bychkov | University Littoral (ULCO) Dunkerque | France
M. Churbanov | Institute of Chemistry of High Purity Substances, RAS | Russia
R. J. Curry | University of Manchester| United Kingdom
D. Drabold | University of Ohio | USA
G. Frischat | Technical University Clausthal | Germany
N. Koga | Hiroshima University | Japan
J. Holecek | University of Pardubice | Czech Republic
J. C. Jumas | University of Montpellier II | France
M. Liska | University of Trencin | Slovak Republic
J. Lucas | University of Rennes | France
J. Maier | Max-Planck-Institute of Solid State, Stuttgart | Germany
J. Malek | University of Pardubice | Czech Republic
S .E. Martin | Iowa State University | USA
P. Mayrhofer | Technical University Vienna | Austria
M. Pemble | University of Cork | Ireland
L. A. Pérez-Maqueda | Institute of Materials Science, C.S.I.C., Sevilla | Spain
A. V. Powell | Heriot-Watt University, Scotland | United Kingdom
M. Ribes | University of Montpellier | France
R. Riedel | Technical University Darmstadt | Germany
H. W. Roesky| University of Göttingen | Germany
D. Sedmidubský | Institute of Chemistry and Technology in Prague | Czech Republic
M. Senna | Keiko University, Yokohama | Japan
F. Smektala | University of Burgundy | France
J. Subrt | Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences | Czech Republic
M. Vlcek | University of Pardubice | Czech Republic
A. R. West | University of Sheffield | United Kingdom
G. Chen | East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai | China
M. Drabik | Comenius University, Bratislava | Slovak Republic
S. R. Elliott | University of Cambridge | United Kingdom
H. Jain | Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Lehigh University | USA
R. O. Jones | Forschungszentrum Jülich, IFF | Germany
I. Kaban | Institute for Complex Materials, IFW Dresden | Germany
S. O. Kasap | University of Saskatchewan | Canada
A. V. Kolobov | National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba | Japan
K. Lang | Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences | Czech Republic
M. Mitkova | Boise State University | USA
P. Mosner | University of Pardubice | Czech Republic
P. Sajgalik | Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of the Slovak Academy of Sciences | Slovak Republic
K. Shimakawa | Gifu University | Japan
K. Tanaka | Hokkaido University, Sapporo | Japan
T. Wagner | University of Pardubice | Czech Republic
S. N. Yannopoulos | Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas Institute of Chemical Engineering and High Temperature Chemical Processes, Patras | Greece
V. Zima | Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences | Czech Republic
T. Wagner, P. Nemec, M. Vlcek, Z. Cernosek,
R. Svoboda, B. Frumarova, V. Zima, P. Sulcova,
L. Benes, M. Krbal, J. Gutwirth, J. Orava,
L. Hromadko, P. Kostal, L. Strizík, V. Podzemna,
J. Macak, R. Priklopilova, D. Bouzkova
K. Palka, S. Slang
Department of General and Inorganic Chemistry
Faculty of Chemical Technology
Center of Materials and Nanotechnologies
University of Pardubice