Important information about presentations



1. Oral presentations should be prepared in .ppt or .pptx formats. 


2. Poster portrait format with max dimension: 120 cm height X 85 cm width (A0 paper format).




"Tolmachevo" Airport -> Sosnovka


Please find the person with the Conference logo in the "Tolmachevo" airport arrival hall. In the case of emergency please call +7-913-928-43-35 (Denis Morozov) or +7-923-126-77-87 (Nikolay Isaev)

Preliminary program is here








We cordially invite you to participate in The III International Conference "Spin physics, spin chemistry and spin technology" (SPCT-2018) to be held in Novosibirsk Akademgorodok (Russia) on September 10-15, 2018.


SPCT-2018 will be a forum to exchange knowledge and the results of scientific research in the field of spin physics and spin chemistry including application in material science and biology. Leading scientists will be invited to share their achievements. It is planned to have about 40 invited talks (30 minutes), 60 oral talks (20 minutes) and 100 posters. The total number of participants will be approximately 200.


Akademgorodok is the world-famous scientific and educational center. It is located 20 kilometers away from Novosibirsk. The unique atmosphere of research and development of the Akademgorodok is created by its over 30 scientific research institutes and Novosibirsk State University, all located in pristine natural surroundings.


The Conference will be a joint effort of the Institutes of the SB RAS Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductors SB RAS, N.N.Vorozhtsov Novosibirsk Institute of Organic Chemistry SB RAS, International Tomography Center SB RAS, Voevodsky Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion SB RAS and Novosibirsk State University.


It will continue the work of the I International Conference "Spin physics, spin chemistry, and spin technology" held in Kazan in 2011  and I II International Conference "Spin physics, spin chemistry, and spin technology" held in St.Petersburg in 2015.


The official language of the Conference will be English.


The Conference will cover the following topics:

  • • Design of high spin systems
  • • Spin-dependent properties of semiconductors
  • • Spin-dependent chemical reactions
  • • Spins in low-dimensional structures
  • • Magnetic resonance imaging
  • • Optically induced spin polarization
  • • Chemically induced spin polarization
  • • Strongly correlated spin systems
  • • Magnetic impurities and molecules
  • • Spin dynamics
  • • Spin transport
  • • Spin-dependent phenomena in heterostructures
  • • Spin-based devices
  • • Quantum computing with spins
  • • Spin based crystallography, spin based nanometrologys
  • • Solar energy research with spins
  • • Developments of spin detection and control methodology
  • • Spin and biomolecules
  • • Long-lived nuclear spin states
  • • Photovoltaic