The 21st Symposium on Condensed Matter Physics
26 - 30 June 2023 Belgrade, Serbia
The 21st Symposium on Condensed Matter Physics (SFKM 2023, from Serbian name "Simpozijum fizike kondenzovane materije") will be held in Belgrade, Serbia, from 26th to 30th June 2023. The Symposium will include the presentations by leading scientists in the field from Serbia and Serbian scientific diaspora, as well as by distinguished foreign guests.
SFKM 2023 will be held in Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Knez Mihailova 35, Belgrade. The official conference language is English.
On the occasion of the jubilee of his 70th birthday, a special session will be held in honor of Аcademician Milan Damnjanović
SFKM 2023 will be organized by three largest physics institutions in Serbia and Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts:
Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia financially supports the organization of SFKM 2023.
Conference presentations cover full range of research topics within the experimental, theoretical and computational condensed matter physics, including but not limited to the following:
Semiconductor physics. Electronic structure, Quantum dots and wires, Photonic crystals, High magnetic fields phenomena, Ultra-fast phenomena.
Surface, interface and low-dimensional physics. Graphene, Carbon and other nanotubes, Topological insulators, Complex oxide interfaces, Transport in nanostructures.
Magnetism. Magnetic materials and phase transitions, Magneto-electronics and spintronics, Magnetic nanoparticles.
Superconductivity. Conventional, high Tc, and heavy-fermion superconductors: Materials and mechanisms, Heterostructures: Proximity effect and transport phenomena.
Strongly correlated and disordered systems. Materials with strong correlations and disorder, Dynamical properties from time-resolved experiments, Quantum fluids, Cold atoms and BEC.
Phase transitions, phase ordering and structural ordering of condensed matter. Equilibrium and dynamic phenomena, Ferroelectricity, Multiferroics, Quasi-Crystals, Crystal surface morphology and dynamics, Crystal growth.
Soft and biological matter. Polymers, Liquids and gels, Liquid crystals, Elastomers, Membranes, Living cells and living matter.
Statistical physics of complex systems. Networks and other structures.
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