The SSI conferences held every two years promote international collaboration and cooperation, providing a forum for scientists and engineers to discuss fundamentals, innovations and applications in the field of ion transport in solids. The SSI conferences also create an opportunity to exchange new ideas and latest research achievements. We are pleased to announce that the SSI-19 conference will be held in Kyoto from June 2 to 7, 2013 co-organized by The International Society for Solid State Ionics (ISSI) and The Solid State Ionics Society of Japan (SSIJ). The conference will include plenary lectures and invited talks as well as contributed oral and poster presentations on contemporary and emerging topics of Solid State Ionics. You are welcomed to participate in the SSI-19 conference and to have stimulating and active discussion in the beautiful Japanese old capital.
Chairpersons of the organizing committee of SSI-19
The conference organizers would like to thank you for participating in the SSI-19 conference held successfully in Kyoto from June 2 to 7, 2013. We also thank the sponsoring organizations for supporting the SSI-19 conference. The following is the short summary of the conference: SSI-19 Summary
As we sent a reminder email, all the participants are highly recommended to register in advance via the SSI-19 web site. The online registration will be closed on May 10, 2013 (21:00JST). After that, you have to register at on-site. The capacity of the conference banquet on Wednesday is limited; so, depending on the situation, those who register at on-site may not be able to attend the banquet.
Proceedings of the SSI-19 will be published on a special issue of Solid State Ionics (SSI). The manuscripts submitted for this SSI special issue will be fully peer-reviewed according to SSI standards, and should be original research papers. Normal papers should not be longer than 4 pages in their printed form; Plenary and Keynote Lecture papers can exceed this figure but the maximum length of the papers is 6 (printed) pages.
The deadline for accepting the contributions of SSI-19 participants to the special issue of Solid State Ionics is June 17, 2013 (extended).