Main goal of the conference is to attract researchers from countries of Asia and Asian-Pacific Ocean Region, other countries to fulfillment of joint investigations and scientific collaboration.
The abstracts up to one page in WORD (*.docx) should be submitted by e-mail before May 01, 2022 to: email@example.com and duplicated to firstname.lastname@example.org . Authors will be notified by June 01, 2022 whether the contribution has been accepted.
The format to be used is a text within one standard A4 page. A 12point font should be used. The title appears centered. It is separated by an empty line from the author’s name, also centered. The name of the author who presents the contribution should be underlined. An empty line separates the name from the author’s affiliations and e-mail of corresponding author, also centered. The Abstracts book will be published before conference.
The proceedings will be published as two edited books:
by Springer Nature, Cham, Switzerland and
Proceedings of the 2023 International Conference on "Physics, Mechanics of New Materials and Their Applications
by Nova Science Publishers, New York and also in the International journals (SCI journals):
"Applied Sciences" (MDPI) ,
"Modern Physics Letters B" (World Scientific Publishing),
"Journal of Advanced Dielectrics" (World Scientific Publishing)
"Mechanics of Composite Materials" (SPRINGER, USA) .
All journal papers will be published after peer review process
(additional publishing fee will be needed for first two journals).
The deadline for contributions to the proceedings (SPRINGER, NOVA) submitted electronically by the
October, 10, 2023.
The deadline for the journal papers is
October, 10, 2023.
All full-text publications should be submitted by e-mail to:
and duplicated to
It is assumed the length of:
- the Springer manuscripts will be up to 15 pages,
- Nova manuscripts will be up to 6 pages
- and journal papers will be up to 10 pages.
Instructions for preparing the manuscripts will be sent to all presenting authors after the abstracts have been accepted.
The official language of the conference will be English .
Preliminary registration will be available by e-mail. Corresponding Registration Form will be presented in the information distributions of PHENMA-2023 Secretariat and should be submitted with corresponding abstracts by e-mail to email@example.com up to May 1, 2023 .
All full participants must pay the Registration Fee up to October 1, 2023 , which will be US$400 and include social and technical programs, coffee-break, book of the Conference Abstracts and electronic version of the Conference Proceedings. The electronic versions of the Conference Proceedings published after conference will be sent by e-mail to the corresponding authors by the Conference Secretariat.
For young scientists (up to 35 years old, ID needed) special registration fee is stated which will be US$100 . This registration fee does not include the Conference Proceedings, too.
The Abstract book with Conference Schedule, tickets for social events and other conference materials will be available at the Conference Registration Desk.
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web-Site : http://phenma2023.sfedu.ru/
Surabaya, provincial capital of East Java and Indonesia’s second largest city, served for over half a millennium as trading port for the inland empire of Java. Situated at the mouth of the Brantas River, the city was officially founded by 1293, when raden Wijaya established Majapahit, Indonesia’s most glorious empire on the site of a legendary battle between a shark (sura) and crocodile (baya). Surabaya, known as the “City of Heroes” because of its role in nation’s independence struggle, has grown into an elegant city of large, colonnaded buildings bordering broad, tree shaded avenues. It serves as the commercial center of a thriving industrial and agricultural hinterland. The city’s historical sites include Kali Mas harbour with its tall-mastered trading schooners and, nearby, the narrow alleyways and shops of the Arab quarter, redolent of the Middle East.
The historic Hotel Majapahit, where Indonesia’s war of independence was begun, and the elegant Grahadi State Buildings, an 18th century mansion, have been restored as monuments to an era of colonial grace. Surabaya is also home to one of Southeast Asia’s oldest and largest zoos. For travelers in East Java, Surabaya serves as a convenient base for exploring the regions many charms, including Mt. Bromo, the cool mountain retreats of Tretes and Malang and the natural wonders of several nature reserves.
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Rektorat & Yayasan Building, 6th Floors
UNIVERSITAS 17 AGUSTUS 1945 SURABAYA
Jl. Semolowaru 45 Surabaya 60118, Jawa Timur, Indonesia
Payment to be made in USD in direct transfer to:
Account Name: LEMBAGA PENELITIAN UNTAG 1945 SURABAYA
Bank Name: Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI)
Bank Address: Jl. Kertajaya No. 80, Surabaya 60282, Jawa Timur, Indonesia
Phone : +62 (031) 5017361
Please note that all transfer charges must be paid by the sender.
Address: Jl. Raya Kedung Baruk No.26-28, Kedung Baruk, Kec. Rungkut, Surabaya City, East Java 60298, Indonesia
Phone: +62 (031) 99203888
Address: Jalan Manyar Kertoarjo 100, Surabaya - Indonesia
Phone: +62 (31) 594 6868
Address: Kayoon St No.4-10, Embong Kaliasin, Genteng, Surabaya City, East Java 60271, Indonesia
Phone: +62 (31) 99246888
Address: Jl. Kedung Baruk No. 96, 60298, Surabaya City 60298, Indonesia
Phone: +62 (31) 8700766