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The 15th International Workshop on Dynamics, Interactions and Electronic Transitions at Surfaces

  The International workshop on “Dynamics, Interactions and Electronic Transitions at Surfaces (DIET)” has been a successful conference series that served as an important platform for researchers in the field of surface science to discuss their latest research results, and to exchange new ideas. DIET 15 will be held in Shanghai, China, October 9 – 13, 2016. It includes a mix of invited and contributed talks in a single-session format that provides an ideal atmosphere for lively discussions. There will also be evening poster sessions.

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Program at a glance.   (September 10, 2016)
Abstract deadline for DIET15 is extended.   (August 27, 2016)
Deadline:
Abstract submission: September 10
Online registration: September 20
Hotel reservation: September 20
First Circular: Invitation to the DIET15 in Shanghai China.   (March 24, 2016)
The International workshop on “Dynamics, Interactions and Electronic Transitions at Surfaces (DIET)” has been a successful conference series that served as an important platform for researchers in the field of surface science to discuss their latest research results, and to exchange new ideas. DIET 15 will be held in Shanghai, China, October 9 – 13, 2016. It includes a mix of invited and contributed talks in a single-session format that provides an ideal atmosphere for lively discussions. There will also be evening poster sessions.

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Conference website online   (March 20, 2016)
We have now released the first version of the conference website for DIET15. More information will be added later on. Comments and suggestions are welcome.




                       





    
    
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