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XXXII International Conference on Interaction of Intense Energy Fluxes with Matter
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XXXII International Conference on Interaction of Intense Energy Fluxes with Matter

The technical focus of the conference is on physics of phenomena arising from the interaction of intense energy fluxes with condensed matter, as well as on physical properties of matter under extreme conditions at high pressures and temperatures. Invited plenary talks and contributed presentations in oral and poster sessions are planed. The conference will provide for the possibility of non-formal discussions, communications and co-operations.

01/03/2017 to 06/03/2017
When: 01/03/2017
Where: Educational-Scientific Base of the Kabardino-Balkarian State University
Elbrus settlement
Kabardino-Balkar Republic
RU -
Russia
Contact: Konstantin V. Khishchenko

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The topics of the  XXXII International Conference on Interaction of Intense Energy Fluxes with Matter are :


- Interaction of intense laser, x-ray and microwave radiation with matter;
- Interaction of powerful particle beams with matter;
- Techniques of intense energy fluxes generation;
- Diagnostics of ultrafast processes;
- Shock waves, detonation and combustion physics;
- Equations of state and constitutive equations for matter under extreme conditions at high pressures and temperatures;
- Low-temperature plasma physics;
- Issues of physics and power engineering, technology aspects.

The first announcement of the conference can be downloaded here .
Please visit the conference website for actual information and news.

Elbrus settlement is 18 km from Mount Elbrus (the highest pike of the Caucasus at 5642 m), 120 km from Nalchik, which is the capital of the Kabardino-Balkar Republic, and 200 km from Mineralnye Vody, where the nearest international airport is located. Elbrus settlement is situated in the valley of the Baksan River, which begins on Mount Elbrus. All settlements in the valley (Itkol, Cheget and Terskol) are famous ski resorts at altitude of approximately 2000 m. This valley is in a National Park, which is a region of extreme natural beauty. Visit to Mount Elbrus is possible by cable car for seeing the Greater Caucasus range with permanent snow from the Old Krugozor (3000 m), Mir (3500 m) and Gara-Bashi (3850 m) stations.

The conference languages are English (obligatory for all letters, abstracts, JPCS proceedings, posters, presentations and preferably for talks) and Russian (obligatory for KBSU proceedings and optionally for talks; simultaneous interpreter will be provided).

To submit your abstract, please first fill in the pre-registration form here.

Abstracts due deadline is December 31, 2016.

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