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SHS-2009 Tsakhkadzor

6-11 July, Armenia

 
 

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Symposium cultural programme

  • Combustion theory and modeling;
  • Structural Macrokinetics of SHS processes;
  • Chemistry and Technology of SHS processes;
  • SHS of advanced materials (including metals, ceramics, intermetallics, composites, etc.);
  • Non-conventional SHS processes: New methods and applications;
  • Industrialization of the SHS processes.
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Welcome to SHS-2009

Dear Colleagues,

We have received several grateful letters from SHS-2009 participants, which are presented below.
Organizing Committee
of SHS-2009

Date: Sun, 19 Jul 2009 21:27:48 +0200
From: Andrzej Huczko <ahuczko@chem.uw.edu.pl>

Dear Colleagues,
Again I would like to express my deepest appreciation of all your
efforts to make the last SHS meeting in Armenia such a great and
succesfull event! Congratulations and many thanks from myself (and my
wife) indeed!
Not only could I get involved closer into a current state of SHS
research in the world. Not only could I see your beautiful country, so
similar, in many aspects, to Poland. I am also really impressed by such
a high level of Armenian research in the field of SHS and I do certainly
hope to keep in touch with you in this respect.
We had also a great time visiting, during the following 5 days, e.g.
Tatev, Dilijan and Vanadzor (and sorroundings), Mt Aragats, Asztarak and Eczmiadzin, and all was fascinating!


With best regards,
Andriej Huczko

 

Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2009 10:49:02 +0500
From: "Sekhar, Jainagesh (sekharja)" <SEKHARJA@ucmail.uc.edu>

Dear Khachatur:

I hope you have been able to rest a bit. It was a marvelous conference with high quality science. I found the excursions, simply delightful. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate.

Your young staff was also extraordinarily professional and informative. They met all international standards and deserve a lot of gratitude from the participants. I'm sorry I don't recall all their names in order to thank them individually.

I wonder if your office could find the time for conveying my appreciation to our excellent tour-guides, Ms. Monica (Aragat Trip) and Ms. Marianna (at the Brandy factory).

With best wishes. I do hope we will meet again at least at the next conference.

Jai

J. A. Sekhar
Professor CME
Cincinnati, OH USA
http://www.eng.uc.edu/~jsekhar/

 

Date: Fri, 17 Jul 2009 18:02:28 -0400
From: Laszlo Takacs <takacs@umbc.edu>


Dear Prof. Kharatyan,

I want to thank you one more time for the invitation to present my research at SHS 2009. I learned a lot both about SHS and Armenian history and culture, and had a wonderful time. What I learned at the conference convinced me that investigating the mechanism of mechanical activation as related to both MSR and SHS is a very important and potentially rewarding field and I will put more emphasis on that area in my future research. I was new to the SHS community, surrounded by people who had known each other for a long time. But I felt welcome and made connections. So my trip was equally successful from the scientific, cultural, and social points of view.

I know that organizing a conference is a lot of work. You and your team did a great job. We had a great conference, I will remember it for the rest of my life.

If I may be able to help you in any way in the future, do not hesitate to ask. Also, if you travel to the USA and happen to pass through the Washington-Baltimore area, let me know.

Best regards,
Laszlo

Laszlo Takacs, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Physics
University of Maryland, Balimore County
Baltimore
takacs@umbc.edu
 

 

Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2009 10:46:27 +0200
From: Agote Beloki Inigo <inigo.agote@inasmet.es>

Dear Suren,
Let me congratulate you and your team, once again, for the excellent symposium organisation and for all your successful efforts you have done!!!!

Best regards,
Inigo

Dr. INIGO AGOTE
Functional Materials & Particle Technology Dept.
Aerospace Business Unit
INASMET-Tecnalia
iagote@inasmet.es
http://wwww.inasmet.es

 

Date: 17 July 2009
From: Miguel A. Rodriguez


Dear Khrachatur,

Was a big pleasure to be in your country again. The organization was very good and the best were you, your colleagues and Armenian people. Congratulations.

Thanks

Dr. Miguel A. Rodriguez
MADRID. SPAIN

 

 

Date: Пнд, 27 Июл 2009, 21:40
From: "Karen Martirosyan" <kmartirossian@uh.edu>

Dear Suren,

It was great pleasure to see you in Armenia and thank you for organizing the best SHS meeting.
Thanks again to you and all your students for your hard work to make
Symposium success.
My best wishes.

Sincerely yours,
Karen

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Dr. Karen Martirosyan
Research Assistant Professor
Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Houston,
kmartirossian@uh.edu
http://www.chee.uh.edu/faculty/research_professors/martirosyan/

 

Date: Птн, 24 Июл 2009, 15:37
From: "nino abashidze" <ninoabatt@yahoo.com>


Уважаемый Сурен,

С удовольствием вспоминаем нашу поездку в
Цахкадзор - совершенно сказочное место, а в
особенности, Ваше щедрое гостеприимство и
великолепную организацию
конференции.

С наилучшими пожеланиями,

Нино Абашидзе
Гиоргий Тавадзе
Георгий Ониашвили


 

 

 

Extended abstract submission 15 December, 2008  
Information to Authors on abstract acceptation and format of presentation 25 February, 2009  
Tentative Program 01 April, 2009  
Early registration and hotel reservation 01 May, 2009  
Paper submission 01 July, 2009  
SHS-2009 6-11 July 2009  

 

 

Multi Rest House hotel
HOTEL VENUE and official symposium Hotel!
The Symposium will be held in Multi Rest House hotel complex that is located in Tsakhkadzor. Tsakhkadzor,  (in Armenian the word means Gorge of Flowers) is located in Kotayk region, Republic of Armenia. The distance from Yerevan, the capital of the Republic is 60km, and from "Zvartnots" International airport-75km. The city spreads out on the Eastern slop of Teghenis Mountain and has 1850m height above the sea level.
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