We are delighted to invite you to participate in Nordic Clay Meeting / 3rd Symposium Clays & Ceramics 2021 on 8-10 February at the University of Latvia in Riga and online. Central Riga and its downtown area are notable for their beautiful Art Nouveau architecture , which are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The online event will be hosted on the Zoom platform provided by the University of Latvia.This will be “Research in Progress” meeting with all contributions welcome, in particular in topics of:
Plenary speakersKalle Kirsimaë, Professor of Geology and Mineralogy at University of Tartu (Estonia)
Conference Closed. Thanks to everyone who participated
RegistrationThe registration fee is 25 EUR (+ 0.60 EUR service fee) and 15 EUR (+ 0.60 EUR service fee) for students and Latvian Clay group members.
Abstract submission deadline extended: December 18, 2020 (PASSED)
Registration deadline: January 22, 2021 (PASSED).
Guidelines for preparing talk or poster
The allocated time for the oral presentation is 15 min (12 min presentation + 3 min questions).
The allocated time for the poster presentation is 5 min (3 min presentation + 2 min questions). The poster presentation should be resumed in 3 PowerPoint slides.
The recommended file type to be used for oral and poster presentations is PowerPoint (ppt, pptx) or Portable Document Format (pdf). Please record your oral or poster presentation in advance in order just to be used in the case of a connection problems during the presentation. Choose mp4 as your file format. Please send the slides and/or recoded presentation by e-mail before February 1, 2021 to [email protected]
Organizing TeamRūta Ozola-Davidāne University of Latvia
The online event will be hosted on the Zoom platform provided by the University of Latvia. The link will be sent to you shortly before the event on the email address you provided when submitting the abstract or registered as a listener only.
The on-site event will be hosted in the Academic Center for Natural Sciences, University of Latvia, Jelgavas street 1, Riga, Latvia.