About the workshop

Information for speakers and presenting posters

PLENARY, INVITED, and CONTRIBUTED presentations:

A plenary talk is 40 minutes (plus 5 minutes for questions).
An invited presentation is 30 minutes, please reserve 5 minutes for discussion.
A contributed oral presentation is 15 minutes. Please reserve three minutes for discussion.
We kindly ask all speakers to strictly stick to the sessions schedule.

In all conference rooms, there will be a conference laptop with standard software: PowerPoint and PDF Reader. You may also connect your own laptop. We strongly encourage you to check your presentation in the preview room available at the conference site.

In case of untypical video adapters required for your tablets/computers please bring a proper video adapter suitable for your device.

POSTERS:

A maximum poster size is 90×120 cm (AO format is fine). The adhesive tape will be provided in the poster room.
Please post your poster preferably in the morning of the day of your session and remove it from the poster stand after closing your poster session.

 

On-line abstract submission system is open!

March 17, 2014 , deadline for abstract submission 

May 16, acceptance letters send to participants, Technical Program finalized

WROCŁAW, POLAND AUGUST 24-29, 2014

The International Workshop on Nitride Semiconductors (IWN2014) will be held in Wrocław, Poland. This workshop follows the first workshop held in Nagoya, Japan (IWN2000); the second in Aachen, Germany (IWN2002); the third in Pittsburgh,USA (IWN2004); the fourth in Kyoto, Japan (IWN2006); the fifth in Montreux, Switzerland (IWN2008); the sixth in Tampa, USA (IWN2010) and seventh in Sapporo,  Japan (IWN2012).

The workshop consists of three parts: the general meeting, topical workshops, and the summary meeting.

Organizers

Workshop chairmen: Detlef Hommel, Tadeusz Suski Program Chair: Piotr Perlin Local committee: Chair Antoni Ciszewski Organizers: Institute of High Pressure Physics " Unipress" PAS, University of Wrocław, Wrocław Research Centre EIT+, Institute of Low Temperatures and Structural Research PAS, Wrocław