Call for papers
Official language of the conference: English
Purpose and objectives of this meeting:
The main goal of the conference is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for educators, researchers, engineers and students to report results, improvements and new apporaches for education ,research and development activity in advanced materials, nanotechnologies and optoelectronics. ATOM-N2020 with its truly international character promotes the development of relationaships between former central and eastern Europe and with countries from all parts of the globe.
- advanced materials and new technologies;
- nanoscience and nanoengineering;
- photonics micro- and nanotechnologies;
- optical signal processing;
- diffractive and micro optics;
- photonic materials and devices;
- instruments, sensors and microsystems;
- analysis and simulation;
- plasma methods and diagnostic used for surface treatments (special section)
- biomedical optoelectronics (special section);
- organic optoelectronic materials and devices (special section, new!);
- propagation, reliability and security issues in wireless and optical communications (special section, new!).
- Abstract submission:
March 20, 2020,April 3, 2020
- Notification of acceptance: April 17, 2020
- Manuscript due date for authors: July 20, 2020
Submission of papers
Authors are invited to submit electronically previously unpublished papers relevant to the conference topics. Papers will be reviewed upon one short paper (abstract) to be included in the Conference Book of Abstracts.
Authors should send a two page (A4) abstract of their work (in English only, in word or PDF format). Each submission should present clearly the novelty and signifiance of the contribution, a list of reference, and any figures or tables. A template for preparing abstracts can be found here.
A template for preparing the final paper can be found here.
Paper abstract will be reviewed for tehnical merit, content, and clearness by a composed Reviewer Committee under the leadership of the Conference Chair. Authors are expected to present their papers at the conference. One author may not present more than three papers. However, it will be not possible to publish a paper without having presented it.
Two virtual ZOOM conference rooms will be available for oral presentations.
The links are provided in the main page of the conference and a testing session is scheduled on August 18 between 10 am and 2 pm.
Poster presentations will be done via the conference website in dedicated sections .
Authors are kindly asked to submit their posters either as "ready to print" PDF files or as slide presentation (maximum 12 slides, PDF files preferred), at their choice, using the upload section available on the conference main web page
Please rename your poster file as found in Conference Preliminary Program Ex. OMN100-xx
Questions and Answers sessions for poster presentations will be scheduled also in the virtual ZOOM conference rooms (to be announced in the final program).
The conference will be held at Maritime University of Constanta, Nautical Training Centre (Sports and Marine Training Center).
Maritime University of Constanta is the main maritime technical university in Romania, offering advanced study programs in engineering, technology and management of maritime transport.
Maritime University of Constanta has long-standing 37 years old traditions dating back to the establishment of the Civil Maritime Institute in 1971.
City of Constanta is easily accesible by plane, train and car.
There are daily flights from Bucharest International Airport to Kogalniceanu airport
About six trains a day connect Bucharest to Constanta and the journey normally takes three hours.
The road distance to Bucharest is about 250km.
General conference e-mail:
Phone: +40 24 1617260, + 40 21 4024801
Fax: +40 24 1617260, + 40 21 4024801