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The Abstract submission on the Conference and Youth International School - Conference is closed.

We have received more than 300 abstracts submitted, the third part of them was asked as oral presentation.

The decision of the Program Committee on the acceptance of the abstracts and their type (oral/poster) is presented in your profile of the Conference web-site.

Please note the following:

  • Duration of oral presentation is 20 min (including 5 min for discussion).
  • Duration of oral presentation on Application Panel is 15 min (including 2 min for questions).
  • Free standing panels 95 cm wide will be provided for poster presentations. The size of panels corresponds to A0 format in vertical orientation.

The info on the Application Panels will be provided soon in the Scientific Program as well as specifying the duration of each oral presentation.

Authors are requested to submit a one-page abstract of their contributions.Abstract submission should be performed through an on-line application. For abstract preparation a template should be used. Please keep strictly the correspondence to the template requirements. Abstract Submission is available in Your Profile (for registered users only). The deadline for abstract submission is March 11, 2013.

Abstracts for Youth International School - Conference should not duplicate abstracts for ACNS’2013 Conference. Single-page abstracts of reports in English (only from young scientists up to 28 years old inclusive (not candidates of sciences as well as phd)) should be submitted to the conference site with a topic "School". The abstract submission deadline is March 15, 2013. The abstracts of these reports will be published in the ACNS’2013 conference book of abstracts. Please use the same template.


In the concern to broadening of the scope after establishing the Joint Conference it was taken the decision to chose new journal for publication of  the Proceedings.  The title of the journal is Nanosystems: physics, chemistry, mathematics (NANO. F & H & M,

The scope of the journal includes all areas of nano-sciences. Papers devoted to basic problems of physics, chemistry and mathematics inspired by nanosystems investigations are welcomed. Both theoretical and experimental works concerning the properties and behavior of nanosystems, problems of their creation and application, mathematical methods of nanosystem studies are considered.

The journal “Nanosystems: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics” is published by St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics. NANO. F & H & M publishes papers only in English. The full online as well as printed versions are available. The journal is able to provide the fast publication of Proceedings. Hence the Proceedings will be published at the beginning of 2014.

The journal is going to join the international citation index (Web of Science).

Authors are welcome to submit their manuscripts for publication in the Proceedings.

Submission implies that the manuscript is not under consideration for publication elsewhere and that, with the exception of review papers, the manuscript represents original work which had never been published. All  manuscripts  (except the works of the invited speakers) will be peer-reviewed.

The deadline for submission of the manuscripts for Proceedings is June 15, 2013.

The detailed guidelines for manuscript preparation and submission via E-mail ( in the form of Template are available.

Final deadline for submission for proceedings strictly corresponds to the closing of the Conference (July 5). If you are going to submit the contribution to Proceedings you will have the last opportunity to submit not only the reminding documents (to see the Template) but the whole package of the materials for publication:

  • the copyright form;
  • the expert judgment on possibility of publication of the article in open press (for authors from Russia);
  • 2 hard copies of the manuscript as well as CD disk containing all files.