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The Conference will be held in Alushta (
) , on
the Crimeansouthern shore with a Mediterranian
climate, the main resort and tourist area of Ukraine.
Like the majority of Crimean settlements, Alushta is a
very ancient town. Alushta city (Aluston fortress) was
founded in the 6th century by the order of Emperor
Justinian. The Alushta city area is notable for its rocky
terrain. There are also remains of a Byzantine castle
tower and a Genoese fortress of 15th century.

Citizens of the EU, Switzerland, Norway, USA, Canada,
Japan, Georgia, and the countries of the former USSR
(except Turkmenistan) can enter Ukraine without visa.
Everyone else needs a visa from Ukrainian embassy or
consulate before traveling. Contact information of the

Hotel payments can be made on arrival.

Karazin Kharkiv
University of National University

Ministry of Education and
Science of Ukraine

European Joint Committee on
Plasma and Ion
Surface Engineering

Alushta is located on the Crimean Peninsula, only 45 km
(28 miles) south-east of Simferopol
Simferopol International airport
Boryspil (Kiev) International airport
Also Ukraine has good train and bus connection with
EU and former USSR country
Alushta transportation is limited to taxies and buses.
If you will be traveling to Alushta from outside of
Crimea, your best bet is to take a train or a plane to
Simferopol, then catch a taxi, bus or trolleybus to your
final destination in Alushta. An exception to this rule
are Ukraine's private charter bus companies which
have bus routes from Kiev directly to Alushta.

The accommodation for the participants will
be Ukoopspilka Hotel
Accommodation price is: 55 Euro-Single
room, 30 Euro - Junior Suite

University of

Sumy State

Web-site: (
NAP conference, Sumy State University
2, Rimsky-Korsakov Street, Sumy, 40007,
Fax: +38054233-40-58
Prof. Alexander D. Pogrebnjak
Phone: +380686529647
Ass. Prof. Taras Lyutyy
Phone: +380669379149
Dr. Volodymyr Kosyak

Second announcement
1th International Conference on
Nanomaterials: Applications
and Properties (NAP-2011)

27-30 September, 2011
Alushta, Crimea, Ukraine

Present conference is devoted to not only the
subjects of previous MPSL and FMNN
conference, also the main topics of the NAP
conference are related to new actual problems of
modern Material Science. Among them:
technology of nanomaterial production, properties
of bulk and thin films nanomaterial,
nanomaterial-based coating, nanosystems and
nanoparticles. The conference will put special
focus on application of nanomaterials in Industry,
Biology, Medicine, Chemistry and methods of the
nanomaterials research.

Nanostructured films and
coating, nanoparticles;
Protective and tribological

J. Musil
V. Uglov

Functional coating;

E. Levashov

Properties and characterization of
films and surfaces;
Ion implantation and ion beam
assisted deposition;
Plasma and ions for surface
Radiation effects in solids;

I. Protsenko

Advances in equipment and
New materials in electrical
engineering and
Consolidated nanomaterials;
Nanopolymers, fullerenes
and nanotubes;
Magnetic fine particles;

A. Pogrebnjak
R. Andrievski
Yu. Tyurin

Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
European Joint Committee on Plasma and Ion Surface
Sumy State University (Ukraine)
Lublin University of Technology (Poland)
Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania)
Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine)

. Shpak (Ukraine), chair
. Vasylyev (Ukraine), -chair
A. Pogrebnjak (Ukraine), –chair

International Scientific Committee
V. Anishchik, (Belarus)
F. Komarov, (Belarus)
V. Uglov, (Belarus)
F. Cui, (China)
J. Musil, (Czech Republic)
D. Cameron, (Finland)
G. Abadias, (France)
J.P. Riviere, (France)
G. Abrasonis, (Germany)
G. Bräuer, (Germany)
A. Leson, (Germany)
R. Boxman, (Israel)
J. Han, (Kor a)

A. Grigonis, (Lithuania)
P. Zukowski, (Poland)
A.Cavaleiro, (Portugal)
R. Andrievski, (Russia)
. Levashov, (Russia)
. Korotaev, (Russia)
P. Panjan, (Slovenia)
E. Majkova, (Slovakia)
N. Azarenkov, (Ukraine)
V. Beresnev,, (Ukraine)
I. Protsenko, (Ukraine)
N. Ali, (UK)
Members of the EJC/PISE

Organizing Committee

A. Ragulya
E. Majkova

The conference fee is:
Regular before 1 June
Regular after 1 June

150 Euro
200 Euro
40 Euro

The conference fee for former USSR is:
Regular before 1 June
30 Euro
Regular after 1 June
40 Euro
10 Euro
Conference fee can be paid at the
conference desk

V. Uvarov, (Ukraine), chair of Organazing Committee
V. Partyka, (Poland)
O. Ivanov, (Russia)
S. Protsenko, (Ukraine)

T. Lyutyy, (Ukraine)
V. Kosyak, (Ukraine)

Invited speakers

The Conference Proceedings will be published
by the URSS Editorial , the extended abstracts
should be written in according to the
instructions given at the Conference web-site
( Also authors can
prepare full-length research papers and submit
them in Journal of Nano- and Electronic

J. Musil, “Resent advances in hard nanocomposite coatings”.
J. Riviere, “TiN – Ni nanocomposite films”.
V. Borisenko, “Nanoporous oxides of Refractory Metals:
Fabrications, Properties”.
G. Abrasonis, ”Ion – assisted of 3-D patterns in multiphase
G. Abadias, “In situ stress evolution during growth of
transition Metal Nitride films and nanocomposites”.
R. Andrievski, “Radiation defects in nanoneaterials”

The beginning of registration- 25 March, 2011
Abstract submission deadline - 1 July, 2011
Notification of acceptance
- 15 July, 2011
Submission of a full-length
- 30 Sept., 2011

The Conference language will be English

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