For the sake of your health in view of the epidemiological situation in Russia and in the world, we have decided to hold the 7th International Congress on Energy Fluxes and Radiation Effects (EFRE 2020) in distance form, and for your convenience, to increase its time to two weeks: September 14 to September 26, 2020.
The new format of the Congress will include:
- video broadcasting of plenary lectures;
- web forum presentation of oral and poster reports;
- round table videoconferences (including those suggested by Congress participants).
The official language of the Congress remains exclusively English, and so, exclusively English should be used in all materials and reports, including their discussion at all Congress platforms (forums, videoconferences, and other broadcasting events).
For the new format of the Congress, you should prepare the following materials:
- video presentation with sound for your oral reports (up to 20 min in free form);
- video presentation with sound for your invited reports (up to 30 min in free form);
- pdf presentation for your poster reports (up to 10 slides).
Any abstract or manuscript materials for such presentations are not accepted.
All information on the Congress fee can be found at General / Fee . Pay attention that the fee is payable only by those who present their report at the Congress, and for all others, the participation is free of charge! Please, make this known to your Russian and foreign colleagues who may wish but hesitate to take part in the Congress. The access to Congress materials and their discussion will be available through registration at the Congress website till the end of the Congress! All interested are welcome!
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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.