ICACS & SHIM 2022

ICACS & SHIM 2022
29th international conference on atomic collisions in solids & 11th international symposium on swift heavy ions in matter, June 19-24 2022, Helsinki, Finland
29th international conference on atomic collisions in solids & 11th international symposium on swift heavy ions in matter, June 19-24 2022, Helsinki, Finland

ICACS & SHIM Conference in 2022

We are very grateful to all the participants of the ICACS29-SHIM11 conference for making the work of the conferences the full success! Despite the difficulties related to the hybrid mode of the conferences, the spirit of the conferences and interest to the research topics were as high as ever! We thank all the invited speakers who gave impressive talks both in person and online, steering the work of conferences in the right direction. Special thanks go to the virtual participants who were with us through during the conferences asking interesting and valuable questions and actively participating in the poster sessions.

As the memorable token of the conference, please, download the conference photo of in-person participants here.

Some of memorable moments of our time in Helsinki during the first conference after the long COVID break can be found in the Gallery.

The location of the next conferences will be announced shortly after the decision will be made.

We wish you all lots of success in gathering new interesting results for the upcoming conferences, which will be held in two years (hoping for no delays anymore).

The organizers of the ICACS29-SHIM11

ICACS & SHIM 2022, June 19-24 2022, Helsinki, Finland

In 2018, both the ICACS and SHIM conferences took place jointly in Caen (France). The collaborative spirit of joint and specialized sessions during the work of the conferences proved to be mutually beneficial for both communities. In 2022, ICACS and SHIM will be again organized together in Helsinki (Finland). The conference program will comprise invited lectures as well as oral and poster presentations. There will be no parallel sessions.