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کنفرانس بین المللی مواد پیشرفته - اردیبهشت 1391 اصفهان
نویسنده : ابوذر کیانپور - ساعت ۱:٤٩ ‎ق.ظ روز شنبه ۱٩ فروردین ،۱۳٩۱
 

 

These universities and institutes are our co-organizers:

 

 

 

A) Institute of physics, Polish academy of sciences

 

 (http://info.ifpan.edu.pl/index_en.php):

 

THE INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS OF THE POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES was established on 24th September 1953 by a special Government decision. It was rooted in the physics faculties of seven universities: Warsaw University and Warsaw Technical University, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, as well as the University and Technical University of Wrocław. The Institute was relying on their research staff, premises and laboratory facilities. The Institute was established as a country-wide scientific institution conducting research in all areas of experimental and theoretical physics, including educational obligations. The first director of the Institute, Prof. Stefan Pieńkowski, and the first chairman of its Scientific Council, Prof. Leopold Infeld, were the most prominent physicists of that time in Poland. Since the establishment of the National Agency for Nuclear Energy in 1955, the nuclear physics has ceased to constitute a part of the research program of the Institute. Those units of the Institute which were specifically active in this field (the Departments of Radioactive Isotopes, Elementary Particles, and Nuclear Physics in Krakow) formed the kernel of Nuclear Research Institutes. The fast rate of development of the Institute has led, in the course of years, to the formation of independent research units grown on its basis. In 1975 the Department of Ferromagnetics, Department of Dielectrics, together with the Radiospectroscopy Laboratory created in 1966 in Poznań, became incorporated into the Institute of Molecular Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The Wrocław branch of the Institute became a part of the Institute of Low Temperature and Structural Research, of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The Institute of Physics was also the founder of the Department of Solid State Physics in Zabrze. The industrial, high-tech centers of the Academy of Sciences, such as ''UNIPAN'' (specializing in scientific electronic instruments) and ''WILMER'' (humidity meters), as well as the High Pressure Research Center ''UNIPRESS'', are also rooted in the Institute.

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B) RIKEN

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.riken.jp/engn/

 

The mission of RIKEN is to conduct comprehensive research in science and technology (excluding only the humanities and social sciences) as provided for under the "RIKEN Law," and to publicly disseminate the results of its scientific research and technological developments. RIKEN carries out high level experimental and research work in a wide range of fields, including physics, chemistry, medical science, biology, and engineering, covering the entire range from basic research to practical application.

RIKEN was first organized in 1917 as a private research foundation, and reorganized in 2003 as an independent administrative institution under the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.

RIKEN's role in advancing Japan's science and technology policies.

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 C) Iron & Steel Society of Iran, Tel: +98-(311)-3932121-24  

 

 

www.issiran.com   

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D) Ironian institute of welding and non destructive testing, Tel: +98-(311)-2231744

 

 

www.iwnt.com,    info@iwnt.com

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E) Ironian institute of Corrosion, Tel: +98-(21)-88321199, Fax: 88320252

 

 

www.ica.ir     

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F) Iran University of industries and mines

 

 

(http://www.iuim.ac.ir/)