ICACS & SHIM 2020

ICACS & SHIM 2020
29th international conference on atomic collisions in solids & 11th international symposium on swift heavy ions in matter, June 13-18 2021, Helsinki, Finland
29th international conference on atomic collisions in solids & 11th international symposium on swift heavy ions in matter, June 13-18 2021, Helsinki, Finland

The conference is rescheduled for 2022

Due to the restrictions imposed by pandemic of COVID-19, the conferences ICACS and SHIM planned for 2020 (postponed to the summer 2021) are cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this cancellation and hope that there will be more inspiring scientific results to share during the conferences in the summer 2022!

Please, forward any question related to the cancellation of the present events to icacs-shim(at)helsinki.fi

The ICACS29 and SHIM11 conferences will be held in the same venue at the University of Helsinki, Finland, from 19 June to 24 June 2022.

We are looking forward to meet you in person in Helsinki!

The organizers,

Flyura Djurabekova and Kai Nordlund

COVID-19 Situation

Travel and social interactions restrictions imposed in many countries by unfortunate developments of the COVID-19 situation force the organizers to postpone the ICACS29 and SHIM11 conferences by one year.

We are grateful to all of you, who, in spite of the current situation,  supported the conferences by submitting the abstracts. All submitted abstracts will be saved for the next year. The abstract submission for updating and new submissions will be re-opened next spring.

ICACS & SHIM 2020, June 13-18 2021, Helsinki, Finland

In 2018, both the ICACS and SHIM conferences took place jointly in Caen (France). The collaborative spirit of joint and specialized sessions during the work of the conferences proved to be mutually beneficial for both communities. In 2021, ICACS and SHIM will be again organized together in Helsinki (Finland). The conference program will comprise invited lectures as well as oral and poster presentations. There will be no parallel sessions. Proceedings are planned as a special issue of Nuclear Instruments and Methods B.