|THE IXth INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL-SEMINAR|
|THE ACTUAL PROBLEMS OF MICROWORLD PHYSICS|
|Gomel, Belarus, July 23-August 3, 2007|
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The School-Seminar will take place in the sanatorium "Zolotye Peski"
("Golden Sands"). The sanatorium is a resort situated on the bank of the
Sozh river in the picturesque pine and oak park, about 30 - 45 minutes' drive
by road south of Gomel.
Gomel for population and size rates second in the Republic of Belarus. It's an industrial, educational, scientific and cultural centre. One may enjoy walking in the beautiful park with a hundred species of trees and see the Paskevich palace situated in the park as well as visit one of Gomel theatres.
A total of about 130 participants is expected to take part in the School-Seminar. Persons wishing to attend should send their applications by e-mail or fax to the School Secretaries. The official invitation will be sent to the applicants after consideration of their applications. The deadline for applying is the 1-st of June 2007.
The participants will be accommodated in big sleeping buildings and smaller cottages, the rooms have bath/shower. Three meals per-day made to order will be served in the sanatorium canteen. Traditional Belarussian dishes will be suggested as well. The facilities available are: a swimming pool with mineral water, a football field, a sports hall, a billiard, a small shop, a bar, a library. Medical and health-improving facilities are available partly free of charge and some should be paid for. There is a spring of local mineral water available on the territory of the sanatorium.
English is the working language of the School-Seminar and publications.
|General Information | Organizers | Scientific Programme | Time Table | Contributions | Registration&Fee | Visas | Transportation | Social Programme | Addresses for correspondence ||
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