Volume 1767: Physics, Technologies and Innovation (PTI-2016)

Volume 1767: Physics, Technologies and Innovation (PTI-2016)

Proceedings of the III International Young Researchers’ Conference

Edited by Andrey A. Rempel and Vladimir A. Volkovich

Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN: 9780735414259

Volume 1767 is the proceedings of III International Young Researchers’ Conference: Physics, Technologies and Innovation (16–20 May 2016, Ekaterinburg, Russia)

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Summary of this volume: The III International Young Researchers’ Conference on Physics, Technologies and Innovation continued the series of events that began in 2014. The Conference provided a forum for young researchers at the graduate and postgraduate levels to present and discuss their ideas and the results of their work. The main focus was transforming the results of fundamental and applied research into practical applications. These proceedings contain selected papers related to engineering, physics, chemistry, and materials science. Specific topical areas include magnetic materials and their physics and properties, magnetometry and dosimetry, luminescence spectroscopy and luminescent materials, modeling and molecular dynamics simulation, prospective physical instrumentation, corrosion of materials and protection from corrosion, modern developments in metallurgy and technology of less common metals, and synthesis and design of nanomaterials.

These proceedings will be of interest to: Graduate, postgraduate, and senior level researchers and those specializing in optical and magnetic properties of condensed matter, optical and luminescence spectroscopy, synthesis of nanoparticles and developing composite materials containing nanoparticle additives, molecular dynamics simulation of actinide compounds, and corrosion phenomena.

For further information about this volume: Please view the table of contents available on AIP Publishing's Scitation platform: Volume 1767 table of contents.

Number of Volumes: 1
Pages: 239
Language: English
Publisher: AIP Publishing