Conference programme

Working Days
September 9, 2012 – Registration
September 10, 2012 – Opening Conference and Invited Lectures
September 11, 12, 14, 2012 – Oral and Poster Presentations
September 13, 2012 – One-day excursion to Peterhof and Conference Dinner
September 14, 2012  from 17:30 to 19:00 – Closing the Conference
Final conference programme of ESOMAT 2012 is available. If you have found the mistake in the programme, please send us a letter by e-mail: [email protected]
Book of abstract is available here. If you have found the mistake in the programme, please send us a letter by e-mail: [email protected]
Guidelines to Plenary Lectures and Oral Presentations
Plenary lectures and oral presentations should be prepared as PowerPoint document. Please save your presentation as ppt document. The pptx documents may not be opened. Please make sure that your presentation is uploaded well before your session starts.
The total duration of a plenary lecture is 40 minutes (35 minutes for lecture and 5 minutes for questions and discussion).

The total duration of an oral presentation is 20 minutes (15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions and discussion).

We would like to ask all speakers to keep your lectures and presentations in time.


Guidelines to Poster Presentation

Your poster should fit into a rectangle with a width of 841 mm (84cm) and a length of 1189mm (119cm). This size is A0 portrait format (see example). Please, indicate your poster number (number of your presentation in the preliminary conference programme) in the upper corner of your presentation.


Scientific programme


The area of interest will include but will not be limited to following topics:
  •       Theory of martensitic transformations
  •       Thermodynamics and kinetics of martensitic transformations
  •       Crystal structure, texture and defects in materials with martensitic transformations
  •       Mechanical behavior, shape memory effect, pseudoelasticity and other functional properties in:  

                           TiNi-based alloys  

                           Cu-based alloys  

                           Fe-based and other alloys

                           Magnetic shape memory alloys   

                           Non-metallic materials

  •       Theory and modeling of mechanical and functional properties
  •       Martensitic transformations in nanostructured alloys
  •       Medical applications
  •       Technological applications