Over 600 participants represented different fields of science from agricultural, biological and food technologies, medicine, social sciences and the humanities to chemistry, physics, mathematics and engineering. A vast program of the conference included plenary and poster sessions, popular scientific lectures, seminars of the leading scientists and reports on research results supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, a principal organizer of the conference.
SCTMS researchers presented twelve reports at five different sessions. Prof. Vladislav Blatov made an oral report «Topological approaches to design of new materials» at the session “Chemistry and chemical technologies”. At the same session, Prof. Davide Proserpio delivered a report «Periodic structures and srystal chemistry» and Aleksandr Shevchenko made an oral presentation «An expert system for the design crystalline materials».
Poster presentations were made by Tatiana Akhmetshina «The nanocluster analysis of intermetallics: the collection of Topological Types of Nanoclusters (TTN) and its application», Eugeny Alexandrov “Knowledge-based approach for prediction of 2D coordination polymers exfoliation», Elizaveta Timofeeva “K+-conductive inorganic ternary and quaternary compounds as advanced materials for solid electrolyte batteries”, Andrey Goltsev “Chain coordination polymers: topological taxonomy, basic correlations” and Pavel Zolotarev “Anisotropy of intermolecular interactions and its relation to mechanical properties of organic molecular crystals”.
Andrey Golov presented a poster report “New method for analyzing systems of channels and cavities in crystalline porous materials” at the session “New materials. Industrial technologies and processes”.
Denis Yablokov made an oral contribution “The universal data model in theoretical materials science” at the session “IT and computing systems”.
Roman Eremin with a poster report «K-conductivity in solids: combined topological and density functional theory analysis» participated in the session “Physics and astronomy” . Artem Kabanov took part in the session “New materials. Industrial technologies and processes” with a poster report “Combined ab-initio and topological approach for prediction of new materials for energy storage”.