The Conference programme will comprise invited talks and contributed papers.
The latter ones should be earlier unpublished works that either have been
completed or are at their final stages.
A number of distinguished scientists from all over the world will present
invited talks (see section Invited Talks) on recent progress in various key areas of defects in semiconductor
materials and structures.
All the contributions will be refereed for technical merit and content by the
International Programme Committee on the basis of abstracts.
Main criteria for paper acceptance are originality, significance of presented results,
quality and completeness of the abstracts.
The accepted papers will be assigned to either oral or poster presentation at the discretion of
the International Programme Committee.
Several invited speakers will be selected by the International Programme
Committee from authors of the accepted contribitions.
Plenary talks will be presented at the opening and closing sessions, and
other invited and contributed talks will be given at the topical sessions running
in parallel. There will be three poster sessions.
Oral presentations will conform to a 45-minute, 35-minute and 20-minute format
(including 5 minutes for discussion) for plenary, invited and contributed talks, respectively.
Each poster presenter will be provided with a 1x1 m2 board.