The International Conference “Micro- and nanoelectronics – 2009” (ICMNE-2009) with extended Session "Quantum Informatics" will be held during October 5-9, 2009 at the holiday hotel “Lipki” in Zvenigorod, Moscow region, Russia.
It continues the series of International Conferences
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The International Conference “Micro- and nanoelectronics – 2009” (ICMNE-2009) including extended Session “Quantum Informatics” (QI-2009) will be held in October 5-9, 2009 at the holiday hotel “Lipki”, Zvenigorod, Moscow region, Russia. It will continue the series of All-Russian Conferences “MNE-1999”, “MNE-2001”, "QI-2002", and International Conferences “ICMNE-2003”, "QI-2004", “ICMNE-2005”, "QI-2005". “ICMNE-2007”, "QI-2007".
Conference ICMNE is biannual event covering majority of area of micro- and nanoelectronic technologies, physics and devices. ICMNE-2009 is focused on recent progress in that area. The Conference will include the exhibition on equipment for micro- and nanoelectronics.
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The official language is English
You can download a single page abstract template and requirements for full manuscript publication in the Downloads section of Conference website. Please, submit the files with Abstracts to ICMNE-2009 Local Organizing Committee by address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for abstracts submission is August 10, 2009
SPIE (http://www.spie.org) will publish the full text of papers in the separate volume of Proceedings of SPIE dedicated to ICMNE-2009 after Conference termination.
The authors should prepare full manuscripts of papers according the rules of SPIE Proceedings (see Download section) and submit it by service MySPIE (link http://myspie.org/submission/index.cfm?fuseaction=act_AbstractInit&EventId=898506).
Text of full manuscripts should be sent to SPIE by November 9, 2009. Please post the attached manuscript specifications and SPIE transfer of copyright form to the ICMNE-2009 Local Committee.
Papers not presented at the ICMNE will not be published in the Proceedings.Contributions on the topics of the Conference are welcome from the academic community, universities as well as from the industry. About 80 contributions will be selected as oral presentations; all of others will be presented in form of poster. Program Committee will give preference to the papers which are containing results of recent original works consistent with Conference scope. Abstracts and full manuscripts should be written in clear and concise English.
The Conference program will be comprised of invited and contributed papers. Contributed papers will be reviewed by the members of the Program Committee on the basis of submitted abstracts for their being in theme with the Conference, and for their scientific quality. The Program Committee will determine the session (oral or poster) on which the paper will be presented. Author’s preferences are taken into consideration.