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The ICALS/ICAMS/ICANS conference series has a long and rich history, spanning several decades of advancements in the field of amorphous and nanocrystalline semiconductors. Since its inception in 1965 with the first conference, ICALS1, in Prague, Czechoslovakia, the series has grown to become a premier international event for researchers, scientists, engineers, and industry professionals working in this field. The conferences are held biennially, rotating across various locations worldwide, providing a diverse and global perspective on the subject.
Over the years the topics covered by the conference have evolved, most recently including 2D and perovskite materials. ICANS30 continues this tradition by incorporating research into materials and devices for quantum technologies.
ICALS/ICAMS/ICANS conferences have played a pivotal role in shaping the field of amorphous and nanocrystalline semiconductors. They have provided a platform for researchers to showcase their latest breakthroughs, discuss cutting-edge research, and explore the potential applications of these materials. The conferences have facilitated collaborations between researchers from different disciplines and fostered international partnerships, leading to advancements in technology, scientific understanding, and industrial applications.
The conferences also serve as a forum for networking and professional development, allowing participants to engage in fruitful discussions, share ideas, and establish connections with colleagues from around the world. The conference program typically includes keynote speeches, oral and poster presentations, workshops, and panel discussions, offering ample opportunities for participants to learn, collaborate, and stay abreast of the latest developments in the field.
*ICANS29 Impacted by COVID-19 and held in hybrid format
The exciting conference programme is co-convened with the following partners: