6-10 July 2015
Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN, Kraków
Europe/Warsaw timezone

Scientific Programme

The conference is devoted to research on molecular materials, i.e. liquid crystals, glass formers, molecular magnets and nanomagnets, molecular layered systems, polymers, as well as biology-oriented and advanced materials for applications.
Structure, dynamics, relaxation, magnetism, acoustics and other properties, as probed by various techniques within a broad range of time- and length-scales will be dicussed.
We plan 4 key lectures (40 minutes), 18 invited talks (30 minutes), 30 oral presentations (20 minutes) - discussion included. Poster sessions will be also arranged.


Confirmed speakers
Ken Andersen, European Spallation Source, Lund
Aleksandr Belushkin, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna
Hervé Cailleau, University of Rennes
Eugenio Coronado, University of Valencia
Giovanna Fragneto, Institute Laue-Langevin, Grenoble
Marco Geppi, University of Pisa
Friedrich Kremer, Leipzig University
Núria López, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia, Tarragona
Tomas Lundqvist, Lund University
Tomasz Martyński, Poznań University of Technology
Bridget Murphy, Kiel University
Martin Müller, Kiel University
Yasuhiro Nakazawa, Osaka University
Christian Näther, Kiel University
Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Institute of Materials Science, Hanoi
Shin-ichi Ohkoshi, University of Tokyo
Marian Paluch, University of Silesia, Katowice
Arndt Remhof, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology EMPA, Dübendorf
C. Michael Rolland, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC
Kazuya Saito, University of Tsukuba
Wilfried Schranz, University of Vienna
Hiroko Tokoro, University of Tsukuba
Daniela Uhrikova, Comenius University, Bratislava
Małgorzata Witko, Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry PAN, Kraków
Joachim Wuttke, Jülich Centre for Neutron Science, München
Michael Wübbenhorst, Catholic University Leuven
  • soft matter and glassformers

  • molecular magnets and nanomagnets

  • multifunctional materials

  • surface and interfaces

  • biology oriented systems

  • new ideas and advanced methods