Solid-State Science & Research meeting is a multidisciplinary forum for presenting experimental, theoretical and computational research from all fields of solid-state and materials science.

You are cordially invited on behalf of the Organizing Committee to participate at the second international Solid-State Science & Research (SCIRES2019) meeting, which will take place at the Department of Chemistry of the Faculty of Science in Zagreb from 27th to 29th June 2019. The meeting is organized by scientists from Ruđer Bošković Institute, Faculty of Science in Zagreb and Institute of Physics, in collaboration with international scientists gathered in Scientific Board.

Solid-State Science & Research was started in 2017 with an intention to bring together scientists involved in theoretical, experimental and applied research in solid-state physics, chemistry, material science, and geology. The first meeting was held in June 2017, and it gathered together 115 researchers from 8 countries who were able to attend two plenary talks, 16 invited talks and a large number of oral talks or posters from broad areas of materials science.

SCIRES2019 meeting will allow participants to present their research before a multidisciplinary audience and to meet and exchange ideas with experts coming from various fields of solid-state science with a particular focus on young and talented researchers. This year we have confirmed lectures from world-leading scientists as Prof. Emil Božin, (Columbia University, NY, USA) who is a confirmed plenary speaker.

SCIRES2019 is organized by scientists for scientists and is a non-profitable event with an idea to promote high-level science to a wide auditorium without regard to their funding. Thus, the conference fees are minimal and used for basic organizational needs. Moreover, we will grant several stipends to motivated scientists or students.

For any further information about the participation or stipend, please visit contact us directly by e-mail

We are looking forward to your participation.


  • Multifunctional materials
  • Porous materials
  • Advanced catalysts
  • Energy related materials
  • Magnetic materials
  • Superconductors and semiconductors
  • Optical properties
  • Computation and theory
  • Green chemistry
  • Molecular recognition and sensing
  • Structure/property relations
  • Geochemistry
  • Solid-state synthesis and catalysis
  • Molecular machines
  • Nanotechnology

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