About the conference

CPLT is a biennial interdisciplinary conference for chemists and physicists interested in low temperature systems.

Topics:

  • Reactive and unstable species, radicals, intermediates
  • Photochemistry
  • Atmospheric & astrochemical species, astrochemical ices
  • Biomolecules in matrices and jet-cooled beams
  • Quantum hosts
  • New methods and applications
  • Tunneling & dynamics
  • Ultracold molecules
  • Cryosynthesis, materials, clathrates
  • Theory helping cryogenic studies

Sponsors

CPLT2020 supporters

History of the Conferences on

Chemistry and Physics at Low Temperatures

History

The CPLT conference series resulted from the merger of two long-standing international conferences: the Gordon Conference on the Chemistry and Physics of Matrix-Isolated Species and the International Conference on Low Temperature Chemistry

First conferences

The first united CPLT conference was organized by Mika Pettersson and Jan Lundell in 2013 in Jyväskylä, Finland. CPLT 2014 took place in Suzdal, Russia organized by Vladimir Feldman and Tatyana Shabatina.



Recent conferences

CPLT 2016 was organized by Joëlle Mascetti, Claudine Crépin, and Stéphane Coussan and took place in Biarritz, France. CPLT 2018 was organized by David Anderson and Robert Hinde in Laramie, Wyoming . CPLT in 2022 will be held in Sapporo, Japan

Hotel Visegrád

Visegrád, Hungary

July 5 - 10, 2020

Up to 120 Participants

Please register!

Conference Schedule

This is a preliminary schedule, please expect the definitive version as a pdf file later.

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The most interesting topics

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The thing with heat is, no matter how cold you are, no matter how much you need warmth, it always, eventually, becomes too much.

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Nothing burns like the cold. But only for a while. Then it gets inside you and starts to fill you up, and after a while you don't have the strength to fight it.

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The time to speak of the cold is not when we are standing put in it.

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We are much too hot to feel the cold.

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He who cannot put his thoughts on ice should not enter into the heat of dispute.

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ice contains no future , just the past, sealed away. As if they're alive, everything in the world is sealed up inside, clear and distinct. Ice can preserve all kinds of things that way- cleanly, clearly. That's the essence of ice, the role it plays.

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Ice is most welcome in a cold drink on a hot day.

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Life is only a flicker of melted ice.

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Half-day trip

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Invited Speakers

CPLT2020

Questions?

Travel and accomodation

How to register?
Registration, travel and accomodation will be handled by the travel agent, Connections2000. Do not book the hotel individually. Please contact them with questions not connected with the scientific program. Register at https://conn2000.com/cplt2020/ . Sign up and create your personal conference account. Please click the link in the email you receive to activate your account. Log in and register to the conference. Finish financial registration.

Credit card

You can pay with all embossed VISA and MasterCard cards, and certain VISA Electron and V Pay cards. Whether or not you can use VISA Electron cards for internet-based payments depends on the bank that issued the card. VISA Electron bank cards issued by CIB can be used for internet-based purchases.

Wire Transfer

After receipt of your REGISTRATION FORM we will send you a pro-forma invoice to the e-mail you have provided. Kindly note that the bank transmission fees have to be paid by the participant. If you pay by wire transfer do not forget to add your name in reference.

Wire transfer account:

Connections 2000 Kft.

Account:10700419-26803504-50000005

Tax Number: 12376571-2-41

Bank Name: CIB Bank Budapest

IBAN code: HU84

Swift code: CIB HHUHB

The location is easily accesible by car. The Conference will provide transfer service for an extra fee on the first and last day of the conference between Budapest and Visegrád. You can book your transfer during the registration process. See public transport details below.

Frequent trains connect Budapest (Station Nyugati) to Nagymaros-Visegrád, from where a ferry crosses the Danube to the hotel. The same train line has direct trains to Bratislava and Prague every two hours from Nagymaros. Schedules and online tickets

There are riverboats (slow boat and express hydrofoil) taking the very scenic river route from downtown Budapest direct to Visegrád. See online schedules and book tickets.

Intercity buses also arrive directly to the hotel from the bus station at Újpest-Városkapu metro station. See online schedules Tickets are to be bought at the bus station.

Is there guarded parking?
Yes, provided by the hotel.

Early registration ends February 25, 2020.

Oral contribution are expected by April 15, 2020.

Poster abstracts before June 7, 2020.

Late registration (at +15% increased fee) is from June 5, 2020.

Are there reduced student options?
Yes, we arranged a budget hotel to be available nearby. Student groups (from 5 students) can inquire about special reduced rates at cplt@conn2000.hu.
Are there sponsorship opportunities for students?
We hope to find sponsors supporting student participation (not more than 50% reduction). Students in need should register here with a short motivation letter and recommendation from their advisor before February 20th. No payment should be made until the decision is received.

Chemistry and Physics at Low Temperatures

International Steering Committee

  • David Anderson (USA)
  • Stéphane Coussan (France)
  • Vladimir Feldman (Russia)
  • Wolfgang Jäger (Canada)
  • Robert McMahon (USA)
  • Joëlle Mascetti (France)
  • Sonia Melandri (Italy)
  • Igor Reva (Portugal)
  • Sebastian Riedel (Germany)
  • Tatyana Shabatina (Russia)
  • György Tarczay (Hungary)
  • Andrey Vilesov (USA)
  • Klaus von Haeften (UK)
  • Tomonari Wakabayashi (Japan)
  • Naoki Watanabe (Japan)

Organizing Committee:

  • György Tarczay (Hungary)
  • Gábor Magyarfalvi (Hungary)
  • Orsolya Heinczinger(Connections2000, agency)

Registration

Online registration for the CPLT2020 conference is now open!

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Before registering please read the registration info.

All fees include accomodation, meals, excursion and conference dinner.

Academic

900 EUR

Early bird single

  • 1000€ Sta. single
  • 850€ Sta. double
  • 560€ Companion
Register
Students

at the venue

hotel

  • 880€ Single
  • 790€ Double
  • 790€ Triple
Register
Students

at budget

accomodation nearby

  • 695€ Single
  • 595€ Double
  • 570€ Triple
Register

Prizes

Awarded at CPLT2020

Pimentel Prize

Awarded by emailed votes of research groups from among 3 individuals nominated by the Steering Committee. Winners:

2018: Yuan-Pern Lee and Leonid Khriachtchev (posthumous)

2016: T. Momose

2013: V. Bondybey

2011: W. Weltner

2009: M. Räsänen

2007: L. Andrews

2005: M. Jacox