XIV the International Conference
on Physics of Radiation phenomena and
Radiation Material Science
Alushta`s conferences and seminars,
on radiation matertial science
have been helding since 1977.
XIV TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PHYSICS OF RADIATION PHENOMENA
The purpose of this conference is to provide an international forum
AND RADIATION MATERIAL SCIENCE
will be held in Alushta, Crimea, Ukraine, at the hotel "Dubna" from 12 to 17 June 2000.
for presentation and exchange of new information on full spectrum
of basic problems of radiation phenomena, radiation materials science
and materials engineering. The main topics of the conference are:
Each person wishing to participate in the conference should submit the acceptance
of participation.The authors should also submit their paper`s titles by 1st March 2000
to the organizing committee adress. We intend to publish the paper`s abstracts
as the XIV-th conference proceedings by the conference beginning. All abstracts
in russian, ukrainian, or english must not exceed two pages and should be submitted
not later than 31 st March 2000.
The abstract must be prepared for copy and must be officially designated by the relevant
governmental authority. The full length papers should not exceed 10 pages, typed 1,5
spaced on , A4 format. The papers will be published after editorial board approval
in a special volume of the journal "Problems of Atomiń Science and Technology.
Series: Physics of radiation damage and radiation materials science".
Two copies of the final manuscript (in russian, ukrainian, or english) must be presented
at the time of registration.The further information on the conference fee and another
details will be presented in the second announcement.
For all information about conference participation please contact:
Ph:380(0572) 35-37-95; Fax: 380 (0572) 35-17-03;
(Udalova Nathalie Anatolievna)
Any correspondence to the organizing
committee should be addressed to:
the chairman of the programme committee Prof. I.M.Neklyudov
1, Academic Street, 310108, Kharkov, Ukraine
Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology.