Welcome to the webpage of the

“15th European Conference on Liquid Crystals”

June 30 – July 5, 2019,
Hotel “Scandic”, Wrocław, Poland

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

European Conferences on Liquid Crystals (ECLC) are the traditional forums of scientists working in the interdisciplinary field of Liquid Crystals and Soft Anisotropic Materials bringing together several hundreds of academic specialists and industrial research centres across the world. European Conferences on Liquid Crystals started at the end of the 20th century. In the 21st century they were held in Germany (Halle, 2001), Spain (Jaca, 2003), Italy (Sesto, 2005), Portugal (Lisbon, 2007), France (Colmar, 2009), Slovenia (Maribor, 2011), Greece (Rodos, 2013), United Kingdom (Manchester, 2015), Russia (Moscow, 2017).

Polish Liquid Crystal Society, Military University of Technology and Committee on Crystallography Polish Academy of Sciences would like to invite all interested in liquid crystals themes to the

15th European Conference on Liquid Crystals”.

In 2019 we invite everyone to Poland to visit Wrocław - a city with a very rich history and interesting monuments. The Conference will be held from June 30th to July 5th, 2019. Wrocław is a city with rich history and interesting monuments. All participants will enjoy the hospitality of the hotel “Scandic” (https://www.scandichotels.com/wroclaw(link is external)).

For all participants full board is provided (including hotel accommodation and conference fee). We are also planning an exciting social program including conference dinner with traditional Polish cuisine, city tour and, of course, time to get to know the attractions of the European Capital of Culture 2016 in person.

The National Organizing and Programme Committee of the ECLC 2019 are working on scientific programme including keynote and plenary lectures given by leading scientists dealing with liquid crystals from around the world. We hope that meeting will bring a  possibility of many stimulating discussions, sharing ideas and initiate new common projects.

National Organizing and Program Committee