The "INAP 2013: Joint Student Conference" will take place in Prague, Czech Republic in December 2 - 4, 2013. The conference is organised by the Institute of Physics of the Silesian University in Opava, Czech Republic in cooperation with the Astronomical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Prague, VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava, The Elok-Opava consortium, and The Faculty Hospital Ostrava, Czech Republic.
The INAP conference is mostly dedicated to students and young researchers applying for postdoctoral positions. Its main purpose is to provide the young people with opportunity to discuss and present their current achievements in the areas of physics related to their bachelor, master, and dissertation theses, and furthermore also to meet and potentially initiate new internationall collaborations with colleagues from the field. The conference will offer space for international meetings and rich scientific interactions held within four sections that are focused on the following subjects:
Relativistic Astrophysics of Accreting Compact Objects
Chairs: M. Urbanec, G Torok, P. Slaný & J. Kovář
Numerical Methods in Physics
Chairs: S. Hledík & P. Bakala
Bioengineering and Enviromental Physics
Chairs: S. Hledík & I. Bryjová
Multimedia and its Applications in Modern Physics and Arts
Chairs: Z. Stuchlík & J. Siostrzonek
The conference is open to invited participants only. The approximate number of participants is 100.
The event is funded and organized within the framework of the project CZ.1.07/2.2.00/28.0271 "Integrated Approach" aimed to support international collaboration, collaboration between universities and external subjects, and innovations in education.