Posted in News & Press     |     Sep 08th 2015

EMRS Fall Meeting 2015

The European Materials Research Society (E-MRS)

The 2015 EMRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit will be held at the Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, from 15-8 September 2015.


Founded in 1983, the European Materials Research Society (EMRS) currently has over 3,000 members from industry, government, academia and research laboratories, who meet regularly to debate recent technological developments of functional materials.

As an adhering body of the International Union of Materials Research Societies (IUMRS), the EMRS enjoys and benefits from very close relationships with other Materials Research organizations elsewhere in Europe and around the world.

Each year, EMRS will organize, co-organize, sponsor or co-sponsor numerous scientific events and meetings.

EMRS Fall will include a plenary session and 22 parallel symposia covering the following subjects:

  • Materials and devices for energy and environment applications
  • Materials for electronics and optoelectronic applications away from Silicon
  • Nanomaterials, Nanostructures and Nano devices
  • Characterization of materials by experiments and computing

The Fall Meeting is closely linked with another materials-related conference EUROMAT (21-24 September), organized by FEMS, at the same venue Warsaw University of Technology. There will be a “Materials Weekend”, 19-20 September, organised jointly by EMRS and FEMS between the conferences.

Join us at the conference where Hiden Isochema will be exhibiting and Dr Darren Broom will be presenting “Hydrogen storage material characterization: Accuracy and reproducibility” in Symposium C: Hydrogen storage in solids: materials, systems and application trends.

To find out more information visit the conference website.

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