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719 Jul 2013
Abuja, Nigeria
Registration deadline
Jun 14, 2013
Contact address
Dr Godfrey E. Akpojotor
Secretary, International Committee of the ISOTPAND Series
+2348028284393; +2348066602677


6th International Seminar on Theoretical Physics and National Development (ISOTPAND2013)

6th International Seminar on Theoretical Physics and National Development (ISOTPAND2013)
The 6th International Seminar on Theoretical Physics and National Development (ISOTPAND2013) will be held from Sunday July 14 – Friday July 19, 2013 @ the National Mathematical Centre (NMC), Abuja, Nigeria
The First International Seminar on Theoretical Physics and National Development (ISOTPAND08) was held at the Merit House (Abuja, Nigeria) from August 25- 29, 2008. This first meeting was to pay tribute to Emeritus Professor Alexander Obiefoka Enukora Animalu who joined the prestigious ‘Age Club’ of three scores and ten on August 28, 2008. The event recorded a huge success not only because it was seen by all as an opportunity to give honour to who it was due, but it was also a wonderful forum to bring senior researchers and eager beginners together. The success of ISOTPAND08 motivated both the organizers (ISOTPAND International Scientific Committee) and the participants to reach the decision that ISOTPAND should become an annual event to honour an accomplished African scientist (within and outside the continent) that have contributed to propagate science in Africa and should remain a forum for bringing senior researchers and eager beginners together from within and outside Africa. There have been four other series (2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012) which were also very successful. Further, since the 2010, 2011 and 2012 series, a one week foundation postgraduate course has been included. At ISOTPAND2013, the foundation postgraduate course will be on the afternoon of July 15 – 16, 2013.
More participants are expected at ISOTPAND2013 from within and outside the continent and the invited speakers have been selected to cover several fields.