8th edition of the International Workshop of Materials Physics – First Announcement

Event date and time: 17/05/2023 9:00 am

Event location: NIMP

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Advanced Materials and Methods for Heterogeneous Catalysis

The National Institute of Materials Physics (NIMP) announces the organization of the 8th edition of the International Workshop of Materials Physics (IWMP).

The aim of the workshop is to share the latest scientific results related to advanced materials and characterization techniques with an emphasis on heterogeneous catalysis. The most exciting recent experimental and theoretical developments in materials synthesis, characterization, and potential applications will be presented and discussed.  

The workshop is organized as a 3-days event, from 17 to 19th of May 2023, and features only invited contributions and poster sessions. The goal is to attract well-known researchers, the final purpose being to establish new collaborations concretized in common publications, projects, and exchanges of personnel. 

The first list of confirmed invited speakers will be announced by the end of January and will be periodically updated.

Young researchers are invited to submit before the 1st of March 2023 a one-page abstract to present as poster their most recent findings on subjects connected to the workshop’s topic. (A4, Times New Roman 12, single spacing, 2 cm margins, including figures and references) to the organizers (mihaela.florea@infim.ro; florentina.neatu@infim.ro ). The best abstracts will be selected by the Scientific Committee for oral presentations during the workshop.

The workshop will take place at NIMP premises located in Magurele, Romania. We hope every participant can enjoy the workshop and benefit from the speaker’s experience.


Lucian Pintilie, Mihaela Florea, Cristian Mihail Terodorescu

Organizing Committee

Mihaela Florea, Florentina Neatu, Stefan Neatu, Anca Mirea, Maria-Iuliana Chirica.

Workshop secretary:

Cristina Militaru.

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