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MMP2023 group photo


Registration of participants will take place on September 17 at the 7-th floor in University building 3 Jelgavas str. between 19:00 and 20:00. Late registration can be done at the Academic Center for Natural Sciences of the University of Latvia (3 Jelgavas str., ground floor) on September 18 from 8:30.


Welcome party

All participants and accompanying persons are invited to a welcome party on September 17 at 19:00 (7-th floor in University building 3 Jelgavas str.).


Buffet lunches and coffee breaks for the registered participants are covered by the conference fee.


The dinner (covered by the conference fee) will take place in the Café “Annas dārzs” (44 Mūkusalas str.) on September 18 at 19:00. The price for accompanying persons is 100 EUR.

MMP2023 will take place in hybrid form (Riga and Zoom)

Organizing commitee has decided that the MMP2023 conference will be held in hybrid form. Due to the large interest it was decided that also remote presentations will be accepted in MMP2023 conference. If possible we welcome You in person in Riga, University of Latvia new campus, but it will also be possible to participate in conference remotely (via Zoom platform). We welcome to submit abstracts until 15th of May 2023. Participation fee for remote presenting author is 300 Eur.

Abstract submission and registration is now open

Colloquium "Modelling for Materials Processing" 2023 will take place in Riga, Latvia, on 18–19 September 2023.

Please send abstracts of up to 1500 signs (0.5 page), describing the content of the paper and the authors to the following email:

Abstract sumission deadline is extended until 15 May 2023.

Online registration is available from 1 December 2022 on the following website: Registration

Background of the Colloquium

In tradition of the international scientific colloquiums Modelling for Materials Processing held in Riga in 1999, 2001, 2007, 2010 and 2017, and Modelling for Electromagnetic Processing held in Hanover in 2003, 2008 and 2014, the Institute of Numerical Modelling and Institute of Physics of the University of Latvia are organising the next colloquium Modelling for Materials Processing in Riga in September 2023, together with the Institute of Electrotechnology of the Leibniz University Hannover.

The results presented at the colloquium will cover recent numerical and experimental research activities in the field of industrial processing technologies for creating new and alternative materials, materials of highest quality and purity, and new innovative products.