ICAME 2015 in Hamburg
The International Conference on the Applications of the Mössbauer Effect (ICAME) will be held in the City of Hamburg from 13th to 18th September 2015.
The aims of ICAME 2015 are the presentation of new findings resulting from applications of the Mössbauer effect, encouraging the exchange of ideas and collaboration among researchers, as well as the identification of future perspectives for the Mössbauer spectroscopic method and related techniques.
The global development of science opens up new vistas for Mössbauer spectroscopy, for example in nanoscience and nanotechnology, biomedicine, new magnetic materials and environmental research. New approaches in the investigation of electronic and magnetic structure, lattice dynamics and other properties of advanced materials will be discussed.
The ICAME 2015 covers the following topics:
T1 Magnetism and Solid State Physics
T2 Thin Films and Nanostructures
T3 Materials Science and Industrial Applications
T4 Biological and Medical Applications
T6 Earth Science and Mineralogy
T7 Cultural Heritage and Environmental Science
T8 Coherent Phenomena
T9 Lattice Dynamics and Vibrational Properties
T10 Experimental Techniques and Methodology