- We are glad to inform that the International Conference "Spin physics, spin chemistry and spin technology" (SPCT-2015), which took place from June 01-05, 2015 in Saint-Petersburg on the basis of the hotel Sokos Hotel Olimpia Garden, was a complete success.
180 participants from 14 countries took part in the conference.
We would like to thank everybody who helped make SPCT-2015 a successful conference, expressed an interest and participated in the event!
- Photos from the SPCT-2015 are available at the conference web-site.
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- SPCT-2015 Proceedings are now available at the conference web-site.
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- Dear colleguaes,
Please notice: Fist day of the SPCT-2015, June 1 is the Tutorial day.
- Participants of the conference are welcome to submit their contributions to the special issue of "Applied Magnetic Resonance" under co-guest-editorship of Professors Pavel G. Baranov and V. Dyakonov.
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We invite you to take part in the International Conference "Spin physics, spin chemistry and spin technology" (SPCT-2015). The Conference will be held in St. Petersburg for the first time on June 1-5, 2015. SPCT-2015 will be a great opportunity for all the participants to facilitate information interchange and to visit St. Petersburg during its most beautiful and romantic period - White nights.
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The International Conference "Spin physics, spin chemistry and spin technology" (SPCT-2015) will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia on June 1-5, 2015. The Conference will be a joint effort of Ioffe Institute and Kazan E.K. Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute. It will continue the work of the International Conference "Spin physics, spin chemistry, and spin technology" held in Kazan in 2011. It is planed to have about 40 invited talks (30 minutes), 60 oral talks (20 minutes) and 100 posters. The total number of participants will be approximately 200. The language of the Conference will be English.
The Conference will cover the following topics:
- Spin-dependent properties of semiconductors
- Spin-dependent chemical reactions
- Spins in low-dimensional structures
- Magnetic resonance imaging
- Optically induced spin polarization
- Chemically induced spin polarization
- Strongly correlated spin systems
- Magnetic impurities and molecules
- Spin dynamics
- Spin transport
- Spin-dependent phenomena in heterostructures
- Spin-based devices
- Quantum computing with spins
- Spin based crystallography, spin based nanometrology
- Solar energy research with spins
- Developments of spin detection and control methodology
The list of confirmed invited speakers is available >>>
1.The program P220 Goverment of Russia
(project № 14.Z50.31.0021, leading scientist M. Bayer)
2.Grant from the Russian Science Foundation
(project № 14-42-00015)
SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH
ELVA-1 / DOK Ltd.