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ISIF-2006

ISIF-2006

 

RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
SIBERIAN BRANCH
Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS
RUSSIAN FEDERATION AGENCY ON ATOMIC ENERGY
All-Russian Institute of Chemical Technology
TOMSK ATOMIC CENTER
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises
Tomsk Polytechnic University
Seversk State Technological Institute
Angarsk Electrochemical Company
Joint Stock Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant
ADVANCE RESEARCH CHEMICALS, USA

 ISIF-2006 Second International Siberian Workshop 
 Advanced Inorganic Fluorides 
 «I N T E R S I B F L U O R I N E – 2006» 

18-23 June 2006, Tomsk, Russia

Official Circular №1 (rtf-file, 6.82Mb; zip-file, 2.17Mb)

Bienvenue to ISIF-2006

Dear Colleague, It is our pleasure to invite you to take part in the Second International Siberian Workshop on Advanced Inorganic Fluorides "INTERSIBFLUORINE-2006" which will be held at Tomsk, Russia

Inorganic fluorinated materials are nowadays currently produced on an industrial scale and their applications are rapidly extending to many fields that can be found in everyday life. The conversion of former military applications of fluorine and fluorides in peaceful targets has opened new horizons, and new schemes of collaboration have appeared between former USSR countries and Western countries in the field of military plants conversion processes. Numerous research areas are concerned besides inorganic fluorine chemistry, which include intensive basic studies and applications of energy conversion processes, electronics, opto-electronics, protection of metals, ceramics, textiles, wood, environment protection by waste removal.
The main part of the Russian fluorine industrial enterprises are located in the Siberian part of Russian Federation and this was one of the reasons for choosing in 2003 Novosibirsk Scientific Centre (Novosibirsk Academy Town) as the location of the First International Siberian Workshop ISIF-2003.
The main purpose of the 2nd ISIF-2006 Workshop is thus to allow Russian and Former Soviet Union scientists who had no opportunity to attend the latest meetings on fluorine chemistry to participate in discussions with University and Industry specialists coming from Inorganic Fluorine Groups worldwide and to get up-to-date information on both fundamental and technological aspects of these fields. On the other hand, scientists coming from Universities and Industry Research Centres worldwide will be able to realize the achievements obtained by the main Siberian scientists - from new elaboration routes to functional fluorinated materials.
We are confident that the special soul atmosphere of the Ancient Tomsk University Centre will help us to achieve these goals on both scientific and social levels. ISIF-2006 Workshop Location The Second International Siberian Workshop on Advanced Fluorides will be held from 18 June to 23 June 2006 in Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia, which is one of the oldest educational and scientific Siberian centers for international science, educational trade, and high-tech industries. Located closely to geographical centre of Russia, Tomsk is a very active city, built more than 400 years ago on the beaches of the Tom river. It is also important to point out that Tomsk is one of ecologically pure cities in Russia, having at the same time the most powerful assembly production of the Siberian group of Chemical Enterprises for improved and safe nuclear energy.

Scientific Program of ISIF-2006 :

The scientific programme will be settled by the Scientific Advisory Board, in connection with ISIF-2006 International Organizing Committee. Contributions on all aspects of inorganic fluorine chemistry and technology will be welcome. The ISIF-2006 will work in a seminar format and include eight plenary lectures and about 16-24 keynote lectures. In addition there will be 16-24 oral presentations and three poster sessions.

1. The nuclear programs influence to establishing and development of Inorganic Fluorine Chemistry and Technology.

2. New frontiers of fluorine technologies for the 3rd millenium: New directions in production of fluorine and fluorinated gases; New fluorinating media; Fluorine for eximer lasers, sulfur hexafluoride etc.

3. New synthetic routes for inorganic fluorides with specific properties: Organo-metallic precursors; low-temperature routes (spray techniques; hydrofluorothermal syntheses; photochemical reactions; crystal growth, etc. Nanometric powders; thin films; single crystals; composites (organic/polymer/ inorganic), open structures (zeolites, mesoporous materials), etc

4. Recent developments in the structural, physical & analytical chemistries of main group and transition element fluorides Relationships between structure and properties; Thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of coordination fluoride reactivities. High, low, unusual oxidation states; Cluster compounds, clathrates, supra- and overmolecular F-contained compounds. New methods, tools and solutions for accurate fluorine analyses in all phase states of inorganic fluorides.

5. Bridges among Inorganic and Organic fluorides & Catalysis Applications to CFC and HFC replacement; fluorination of organic molecules; chemistry in perfluorinated organic solvents, catalysts, etc. Problems of catalytic reforming of the light fluorocarbons and their utilization.

6. Fluorine containing coatings Techniques: fluorinated gases; plasmas; costs. Surface modification of materials (metals, ceramics, polymers, elastomers). Applications: anti-graffiti, anti-reflecting, wettability, water and grease repellency, textile, wood, architecture, etc.

7. Inorganic fluorides in energy transformation and electotechnics Primary and Li-ion batteries; fuel cells (use of fluoropolymers and membranes will be concerned); Fluorinated carbons -diamonds, graphites, nanotubes and fullerenes; Superionic conductors, supercapacitors, hybrid microchips etc.

8. Inorganic fluorides, optoelectronics and semiconductors Luminescent fluorides; fluoride glasses and glass ceramics; waveguides,etc. Etching processes for semiconductors; use of inorganic fluorides in laser UV lithography, etc.

9. The future of industrial production & applications of inorganic fluorides. New trends and ways of inorganic fluorides applications in non-ferrous metals industrial manufacturing (aluminium, magnesium, titanium, zirconium, uranium etc.) Practical and proposed uses of inorganic fluorine chemistry application for our generation and the future.

Materials of ISIF-2006 will be published in Proceedings Volume (1-2 pages abstracts or 5-6 pages papers). Exhibition of scientific, analytic and laboratory equipment related to ISIF-2006, from sponsoring and producing companies is assumed

INTERSIBFLUORINE-2006 Second International Siberian
Workshop on Advanced Inorganic Fluorides ISIF-2006

International Organizing Committee (IOC) of ISIF-2006

Professor F.A. Kuznetsov, Chairman of ISIF-2006 International Organizing Committee
Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Professor A. Tressaud, Vice- Chairman of ISIF-2006 International Organizing Committee,
CNRS, Bordeaux, France

Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen of Sessions

Dr. D. Meshri,
President CEO
ARC, Catoosa, Oklahoma, USA

Professor H. Roesky,
RAS foreign member 
Göttingen University, Germany

Professor E. Hope,
Leicester Univeristy, England

Professor E. Kemnitz
Humbold University, Berlin, Germany

Professor J. Rabai
Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary

Professor G. Kostov
Prof. Assen Zlatarov University, Bourgas, Bulgary

Professor T. Nakajima
Aichi Institute of Technology, Toyota, Japan

Professor B. Žemva 
Josef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenija         

Professor Jae Seong Rho
Chungnam National Universitry, Daejon, Korea

Professor Feng Ling-Qing
Institute of Organic Chemistry, Shanghai, China

Professor V.V. Shatalov,
All Russian Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Moscow, Russia

Professor G.P. Khandorin,
Tomsk Atomic Center, Russia

Professor V.M. Korotkevich,
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Mr. V.P. Razin
Joint Stock Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant, Russia

Professor Yu.P. Pokholkov,
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia

Mr. V.P. Shopen
Angarsk Electrochemical Compamy, Russia

Professor A.N. Zhiganov,
Seversk State Technological University, Russia

Professor V.N. Mitkin, Secretary General of IOC ISIF-2006
Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Local Organizing Committee ISIF-2006

Professor G.P. Khandorin, Chairman,
Tomsk Atomic Center Russia

Professor Yu.P. Pokholkov, Vice-Chairman
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia

Professor V.I. Boiko,
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia

Dr. V.V. Lazarchuk ,
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Dr. Yu.F. Kobzar,
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Dr. M.I. Sterkhov ,
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Mr. V.P. Shopen
Angarsk Electrochemical Compamy, Russia

Professor A.N. Zhiganov,
Seversk State Technological University, Russia

Professor A.S. Buinovsky,
Seversk State Technological University, Russia

Professor V.A. Khohlov,
Seversk State Technological University, Russia

Mr. V.V. Rozhkov
Joint Stock Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant, Russia

Dr. L.M. Levchenko
Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Scientific Counsil ISIF-2006

Professor P.M. Gavrilov, Chairman
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Dr. V.A. Seredenko,
All Russian Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Moscow, Russia

Dr. I.I. Zherin, Secretary
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia

Dr. V.A. Matyukha,
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Dr. A.A. Kozlov,
Angarsk Electrochemical Compamy, Russia

Dr. V.V. Moukhin,
Joint Stock Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant, Russia

Professor V.V. Volkov,
Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Dr. R.L. Davidovich,
Far Eastern Scientific Center, Institute of Chemistry, Vladivostok, Russia

Dr. R.L. Rabinovich,
Angarsk Electrochemical Compamy, Russia

Program Committee and Advisory Board ISIF-2006

Professor V.M. Korotkevich, Chairman
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Professor E.N. Malyi, Vice-Chairman
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Professor V.P. Fedin, зам. председателя
Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

Mr. O.I. Knyazev
Federal Agency on Atomic Energy, Moscow, Russia

Dr. A.A. Smagin,
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Dr. A.K. Ledovskikh
Siberian Group of Chemical Enterprises, Seversk, Russia

Dr. V.L. Sofronov,
Seversk State Technological University, Russia

Mr. V.A. Lvov
Angarsk Electrochemical Compamy, Russia

Dr. V.F. Sukhoverkhov,
Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Moscow, Russia

Professor E.G. Rakov,
Russian Chemical Technological University, Moscow, Russia

Dr. I.N. Flerov,
Kirensky Institute of Physics, Krasnpyarsk, Russia

Professor L.N. Sidorov,
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

Dr. D.S. Pashkevich,
State Institute of Applied Physics, St-Petersburg, Russia

Professor P.P. Fedorov,
Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography, Moscow, Russia

Dr. V.K. Goncharuk,
Institute of Chemistry, Vladivostok, Russia

Secretariate ISIF-2006

Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
SB RAS (NIIC SB RAS)

3, Acad. Lavrentijev Avenue,
Novosibirsk, 630090, Russia
Fax: : 7 383 3309489,
Phones: 7 383 3309490;  7 383 3308568

Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU)
30, Lenin Street,
Tomsk, 636050, Russia
Fax:  7 3822 563865,
Phone/fax: 7 3822 418901;
Phones: 7 3822 563823; 7 3822 419140

All correspondence on ISIF-2006 helding, sponsorship, and offers for participation (with a titles of reports) should be addressed to Secretary General of ISIF-2006
Prof. Valentin Mitkin
e-mail:
with a copy to Program Secretary of ISIF-2006
Dr. Ivan Zherin e-mail:
or by usual mail.

Working Languages of ISIF-2006 - English and Russian, Additional information on ISIF-2006 will be available after December 01, 2005 in NIIC SB RAS and TPU web-sites.

Important dates:

Submission to participation Deadline - Before December 15, 2005
Submission of report abstracts Deadline - Before February 15, 2006
Manuscript submission Deadline - Before March 15, 2006
Registration form Deadline - Before March 15, 2006
Accomodation form Deadline - Before April 15, 2006
Invitation Letter Deadline - Before April 15, 2005

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