CMD 25 – JMC 14

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The Condensed Matter in Paris meeting [CMD 25] will be held in the French capital from 24-29 August 2014. The meeting is jointly organised with the 14th Journées de la Matière Condensée [JMC 14] of the French Physical Society [SFP].

Condensed Matter in Paris will comprise six plenary invited lectures and 15 semi-plenary invited lectures. Bernard Gil (Montpellier, France), Detlef Lohse (Twente, the Netherlands), Felix von Oppen (Berlin, Germany), and Lucia Reining (Palaiseau, France) will held plenary talks.

The mini-colloquia are the largest and most important part of the program. Mini-colloquia are focussed sessions of similar topics, typically, with an introductory or overview talk on the subject, invited talks on major advances in the last two years, shorter contributed talks, and posters. Mini-colloquium at Condensed Matter in Paris will comprise one or several oral sessions of 2.5 hour duration.

A mini-colloquium at CMD 25 – JMC 14 grants the occasion to organise a scientific meeting of the community, without the worry of logistic constraints, which will be taken care of by the local organisers of CMD 25 – JMC 14.

Submissions of proposals for mini-colloquium should be made on the CMD 25 – JMC 14 website by the 15 October 2013.

The CMD 25 – JMC 14 meeting is supported by the Condensed Matter Divisions of the SFP and of the European Physical Society [EPS].

More information is available on the CMD 25 – JMC 14 website.

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