The XIX Symposium on High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy
July 01-05, 2019, Nizhny Novgorod
The series of High-Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy Symposia (HighRus) was organized by the Institute of Atmospheric Optics SB RAS
in 1972 and was held in Russia. The first ten symposia were called the all-Union Symposia on High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy. From 1993 (Volga river, Moscow - Nizhny Novgorod - Moscow) HighRus became an International Symposium.
A brief history of the Symposium was outlined in the Preface to the HighRus special issue of JQSRT (2010, 111/15)
The proceedings of the Xth
(2003), and XVth
(2006) symposia were published in the PROCEEDINGS of SPIE
in volumes 1811
, and 6580
The proceedings of the XVIth
Symposium (2009, lake Baikal) were published as an electronic scientific publication
and in a special issue of JQSRT (2010, 111/15)
The proceedings of the XVIIth
Symposium (2012, Zelenogorsk, St. Petersburg region) were published as an electronic scientific publication
on the symposium website.
The proceedings of the XVIIIth
Symposium (2015, Tomsk) were published in a special issue of JQSRT (2016, 177)
June 05, 2019
The Symposium program
is now available.
March 13, 2019
Abstract submission is extended until March 31.
January 15, 2019
The Organizing Committee started the preparation of the official invitation letters
for the HighRus participants and the letters for getting Russian visa
. Please, let us know if you need these letters. If you need a visa support, please send us (firstname.lastname@example.org
) your personal data mentioned in a form available in the Extra Info
section. Note, the preparation of the letter for getting Russian visa takes about one month.
January 14, 2019
The Online Registration and Abstract Submission
are now open. You can also complete our fill-out-form which available in the Extra Info
section and send it by e-mail to the Organizing Committee (email@example.com
The payment instruction is now available in the Extra Info
December 04, 2018
A Special Issue of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer
(JQSRT) “In Honor of the Scientific Contributions of Vladimir Tyuterev
and Bob Gamache
” is now open for your submissions. The Handling Editor is Peter Bernath
and Jean-Michel Hartmann
is the Guest Editor. You are invited to submit a scientific paper before the closing date of Feb. 28, 2019.
November 27, 2018
The second announcement of the HighRus-2019 is now available in the Extra Info
June 25, 2018
The first announcement of the HighRus-2019 is now available in the Extra Info