Early registration deadline:
30 June 2017 - closed

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abstract submission deadline:
31 July 2017 - closed

Late registration deadline:
31 August 2017 - closed


Natalia Dubrovinskaia

Natalia Dubrovinskaia graduated from the Department of Crystallography and Crystal Chemistry of the Faculty of Geology at Moscow State University in 1983, received her Ph.D. in crystallography and crystal physics from the same University in 1989 (supervisor: Prof. Vadim S. Urusov). Later she passed habilitation and obtained the venia legendi at the University of Bayreuth and the University of Heidelberg in Germany. She is currently Professor in Material Physics and Technology at Extreme Conditions at the Laboratory of Crystallography of the University of Bayreuth. Her research interests cover high pressure synthesis of novel inorganic materials including nanocrystalline materials with advanced mechanical properties, development of new scientific instruments for high and ultra-high pressure generation, as well as application of synchrotron radiation in materials science and solid state physics. Natalia Dubrovinskaia was awarded the Gregori Aminoff Prize in Crystallography 2017 of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences “for having developed new methodology for in situ-experimental determination of crystal structures subjected to extreme conditions of high temperature and pressure”.


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