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About the Conference

The aim of 25th National Conference on Liquid Crystals (NCLC-2018) is to bring together young  and senior researchers from nationally and internationally reputed  institutions working in the field of soft matter, particularly liquid crystals and biological systems. This conference will provide a platform to  discuss recent advancements in the field  of liquid crystals as well as  emerging interdisciplinary areas between soft matter, nanotechnology and biological systems.

                   Important Dates

Events

Date

Start of abstract submission

October 15,2018

Deadline for abstract submission

October 31,2018

Notification of acceptance

November 12, 2018

Deadline for registration

November 20, 2018

Conference date

December 19-21, 2018

 

Registration Fee

Participant

Before deadline

After deadline

Regular

Rs. 4000/-

Rs. 5000/-

ILCS member

Rs. 3500/-

Rs. 4500/-

PhD students

Rs. 2500/-

Rs. 3000/-

PhD students (ILCS member)

Rs. 2000/-

Rs. 2500/-

UG & PG students

Rs. 1500/-

Rs. 1800/-

Corporate

Rs. 10,000/-

Rs. 10,500/-

 

   

 

   E-mail for abstract submission and communication:  25nclc@gmail.com 

 

  • Registration procedure and Abstract Submission Details
  • Registration Form (Docx File)
  • Poster NCLC-2018

 

About the Venue

Prayagraj (Allahabad) is situated at the confluence (Sangam) of rivers Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati. It has been an important place in the history of India for religious and its involment for the struggle for the independence. Maha Kumbha/Kumbha  are organized every  successive 12/6 years beside annual congregation during the month of Magha (Jan/Feb). It is one of the main centres of education of the country. The city is placed in the central part of India and is well connected by rail and air to other cities of India. The University of Allahabad is a public Central University located in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. Established on 23 September 1887, it is the fourth earliest university in India. It used to be called as the "Oxford of the East". On 24 June 2005, its Central University status was restored through the University Allahabad Act 2005 of the Parliament of India. It was Allahabad where the first Science Academy in India, The National Academy of Sciences was established by Prof. M. N. Saha in the year 1930.