Welcome to SFKM 2011
Conference Topics

Conference presentations are solicited from a broad range of research topics within the condensed matter physics, including the following:

Semiconductor physics (Theory of electronic structure, Quantum dots and wires, Photonic crystals, High magnetic fields phenomena, Ultra-fast phenomena)

Surface, interface and low-dimensional physics (Graphene, Carbon and other nanotubes, Complex oxide interfaces)

Magnetism (Magnetic structures, Magnetic phase transitions, Magneto-electronics and spintronics, Magnetic nanoparticles)

Superconductivity (Heavy fermions, Quantum critical phenomena, Pairing mechanisms, High Tc superconductivity)

Strongly correlated systems (New materials with strong correlations, Dynamical properties from time-resolved experiments, Quantum fluids and condensed matter with cold atoms)

Phase transitions, ferroelectricity, multiferroics

Polymer physics, soft matter, complex systems

Conference Chair

Ivan Božović (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

Program Committee

Zoran Radović, chair (Faculty of Physics Belgrade)
Nataša Bibić (Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča)
Milan Damnjanović (Faculty of Physics Belgrade)
Vladimir Dobrosavljević (Florida State University)
Laslo Forro (University of Lausanne)
Igor Herbut (Simon Fraser University)
Milan Knežević (Faculty of Physics Belgrade)
Miodrag Kulić (Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main)
Milica Milovanović (Institute of Physics Belgrade)
Čedomir Petrović (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
Zoran Popović (Institute of Physics Belgrade)
Jelena Radovanović (ETF Belgrade)
Mario Škrinjar (Faculty of Sciences Novi Sad)
Bosiljka Tadić(Jožef Štefan Institute Ljubljana)
Zlatko Tešanović (Johns Hopkins Univ. Baltimore)
Filip Vukajlović (Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča)

Organizing Committee

Ivan Belča, chair (Faculty of Physics Belgrade)
Antun Balaž (Institute of Physics Belgrade)
Edib Dobardžić (Faculty of Physics Belgrade)
Branislav Nikolić (University of Delaware)
Zoran Nikolić (Faculty of Physics Belgrade)
Mirzeta Savić (Faculty of Physics Belgrade)


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