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10th Asian Conference on High Pressure Research
The 10th Asian Conference on High Pressure Research (ACHPR-10) will take place in Korea from November 21 to 25, 2021. ACHPR has convened scientists every second year since 2000 and it aims to offer an important platform for exchanges among young and experienced researchers at the high pressure research community in Asia as well as worldwide.

As a new dimension in sciences, high pressure technology can efficiently alter the structures, morphology, properties of materials and, thus, provide exciting opportunities to explore new materials, new physics, novel phenomena, and exotic states of matter. Materials of interest range from conventional molecular/covalent/ionic solids to advanced optoelectronic nanomaterials, from electron correlated systems to energy harvesting/storage materials. As an interdisciplinary science, high pressure research encompasses virtually all branches of physics including the condensed matter physics (novel phase transition/quantum phase transition), material sciences (high-pressure chemical reactions, high-pressure synthesis of crystals), earth and planetary science (major phases of mantle minerals), biology and soft matter (high-pressure studies of protein folding). The ACHPR-10 will review the latest advances and developments in above related topics.

10th Asian Conference on High Pressure Research
19th International Confefence on High Pressure Semiconductor Physics
3rd International Workshop on High Pressure Study on Superconductors
November 21(Sun) – 25(Thu), 2021
Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel, Jeju, Korea
Organized by
The Korean Vacuum Society
Plenary & Invited & Oral & Poster Session, Welcoming Cocktail, Banquet, Excursion
Key Dates
Abstract Submission
Abstract Acceptance
Early Regiration
March 31, 2021
May 31, 2021
June 30, 2021
KVC, Rm 1616, 313, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul 06151, Korea
For registration & inquires: ACHPR-10 Secretariat
Tel: +82-2-565-3571 | E-mail: