Sep, 2019

Registration and
Abstract submission start

Mar 31, 2020

Abstract submission deadline
(extended)

Apr 17, 2020

Manuscript submission start

Jun 15, 2020

Manuscript submission deadline
(extended)

Sep 14, 2020

Congress opening

Sep 26, 2020

Congress closing

Deal colleagues!

As you know, the current situation in the world has forced us to held the Congress in distance form. It is a new form to us, and choosing its formats is a challenge as they should be convenient for you and should simultaneously conform to our obligations to sponsoring organizations.

Reasoning from these factors, our decision is in favor of two formats: webinars for plenary lectures and oral sessions and web forums for discussions of plenary lectures, oral sessions, and poster reports.

For your convenience, a test web forum is available at online-guideline where you can put your questions to the Organizing Committee and make your proposals on the Congress formats. The web forum also provides information on how to prepare and submit (load) your report presentation and how to prepare for your oral reports in webinar form.

For successful participation in the Congress, you should load your report presentation in pdf form via your personal area at the Congress site till 30.08.2020.

We apologize for our late decision on the Congress formats and hope that this decision is final.

Keep up with our news through your e-mail, Congress site, Facebook and VK networks.

For any question, contact us at efre2020@hcei.tsc.ru


EFRE-2020 Organizing Committee



 


The 7th International Congress on Energy Fluxes and Radiation Effects will host four international events:

 

It will be a good platform for researchers to discuss a wide range of scientific, engineering, and technical problems in the fields of pulsed power technologies; ion and electron beams; high power microwaves; plasma and particle beam sources; modification of material properties; pulsed power applications in chemistry, biology, and medicine; physical and chemical nonlinear processes excited in inorganic dielectrics by particle and photon beams; physical principles of radiation-related and additive technologies; self-propagating high-temperature synthesis; and combustion waves in heterogeneous systems.