Solidification: computer simulation, experiments and technology, 11-12 April, 2019, Izhevsk, Russia

Conference Proceedings

The proceedings of the selected talks of the conference are to be published after a peer-review in a special issue “Crystallization: Computer Models and Experiment” of
Journal of Crystal Growth by Elsevier

Guest Editors: Peter Galenko, Mikhail Krivilyov and Evgeniy Kharanzhevskiy

The call for papers is open for all participants in conference. The manuscripts will be considered after a standard peer review procedure in order to meet the scientific and language requirements of the Journal of Crystal Growth.
The maximum length of manuscripts is restricted to 4 pages for regular and 6 pages for invited talks.

Submission & Peer Review Timeline:

Guide for Authors

Journal of Crystal Growth provides the Guide for Authors. Articles could be prepared using LaTex or MS Word. The language proof for the articles requires the additional fee, which is specified in details in Fee section.

 

Conference Abstracts

The conference abstracts of all presented talks and posters will be published in the Abstracts Book by the publishing unit of Udmurt State University. Publication costs are included in the Registration Fee.

Deadline for abstract submission:

17 March, 2019

Guide for Authors

To proceed your publication you should send completed abstract in 2-3 pages by e-mail:conf.crys@gmail.com. The conference abstracts could be prepared in English or Russian, the Word template can be downloaded here for Russian version and here for English version.


Contacts

Udmurt State University
Condensed Matter Lab

Address: 426034 Izhevsk, Russia,
ul. Universitetskaya 1, block 4, room 107 b,
E-mail: conf.crys@gmail.com
Web: http://udsu.ru
Phone: +7 3412 916230
Fax: +7 3412 685866

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