ICP2DC7, 2023

MIFP organize the 7th International Conference on Physics of Two-Dimensional Crystals (ICP2DC).
that will take place in Maritim Hotel Plaza Tirana, Albania from 18th to 22nd of September 2023.

ICP2DC7, 2023 will cover a variety of topics ranging from fundamental physics to applications of new two-dimensional crystals and crystal structures.
Topics include:

  • 2D materials and heterostructures: structural and physical properties.
  • 2D materials based electronics.
  • 2D materials and metamaterials. Supported 2D materials.
  • 2D materials based electromagnetic devices. Terahertz and 2D crystals.
  • Monolayers for Bio and Medicine.
  • CVD and other synthesis routes of 2D materials.
  • 2D insulators. 2D topology.
  • Quantum technologies and 2D crystals.
  • Composites and 2D fillers.


Tirana, Albania

Maritim Hotel Plaza Tirana

18th - 22th September 2023

20+ Invited Speakers

Don’t miss them

150 Available Seats


The updated event program is available at the following link:

Download Program
Download Abstract Summary


The Program Committee of International Conference on Physics of Two-Dimensional Crystals invites authors to submit abstracts for presentation at ICP2DC7, 2023.
Submissions are sought for orals and posters presentation and can be made via the online submission form.


Abstract Submission Deadline is June 19th, 2023

All abstracts MUST use this template
Oral presentations
contributed oral presentations are 15 minutes long, including 3 minutes for questions and discussion

Poster presentations
the available board area for poster presentations is 80 cm (width) x 110 cm (height)


First Day

Olivia Pulci

Olivia Pulci

University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

Dmitrii Yakovlev

Dimitrii Yakovlev

TU Dortmund,

Second Day

Sergueï Andreev

Sergueï Andreev

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg - Germany

Mikhail Portnoi

Mikhail Portnoi

University of Exeter, UK

Third Day

Galia Pozina

Galia Pozina

Linköping University,

Alexey Akimov

Alexey Akimov


Invited Speakers

Nika Akopian
Nika Akopian

Technical University of Denmark - Denmark

Oleksandr Kyriienko
Oleksandr Kyriienko

University of Exeter - UK

Daniele Barettin
Daniele Barettin

University Niccolò Cusano, Italy

Athena University, EU

Valentin Volkov
Valentin Volkov


Kok Wee Song
Kok Wee Song

Exter University, UK

Ivan Savenko
Ivan Savenko

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel


International Conference on Physics of Two-Dimensional Crystals 2023





Tirana: the largest city and the capital of Albania; it is enclosed by mountains and hills with a northwest overlook of Adriatic Sea in the distance, even if it is located in the centre of the country; the city is particularly influenced by a Mediterranean seasonal climate. It is among the wettest and sunniest cities in Europe. Tirana was founded as a city in 1614 by the Ottoman Albanian general Sylejman Pasha Bargjini the city's territory has been continuously inhabited since the Iron Age. The first civilization was Illyrians, and was most likely the core of the Illyrian Kingdom of the Taulantii, which in Classical Antiquity was centred in the hinterland of Epidamnus. Following the Illyrian Wars it was annexed by Rome and became an integral part of the Roman Empire. The heritage of that period is still evident and represented by the Mosaics of Tirana. Later, in the 5th and 6th centuries, an Early Christian basilica was built around this site. After 4th century the Byzantine Empire took control over most of Albania, and built the Petrelë Castle in the reign of Justinian I. The city was fairly unimportant until the 20th century, when the Congress of Lushnjë proclaimed it as Albania's capital, after the Albanian Declaration of Independence in 1912.

Classified as a gamma-world-city, Tirana is the most important economic, financial, political and trade centre in Albania due to its significant location in the centre of the country and its modern air, maritime, rail and road transportation. The city was announced as the European Youth Capital for 2022.

Tirana has a humid subtropical climate, the average precipitation in Tirana is about 1,266 millimetres (49.8 inches) per year. The city receives the majority of precipitation in winter months, which occurs from November to March, and less in summer months, from June to September. Temperatures vary throughout the year from an average of 6.7 °C (44.1 °F) in January to 24 °C (75 °F) in July. Springs and summers are very warm to hot often reaching over 20 °C (68 °F) from May to September. During autumn and winter, from November to March, the average temperature drops and is not lower than 6.7 °C (44.1 °F).

Venue & Accomodation


Ideally located in downtown Tirana set within the shopping and business district, the hotel is only 3 minutes from the House of Parliament, the National Art Gallery, the Opera and Ballet Theatre, and the popular Ensemble Theatre, This newly built hotel, Maritim Hotel Plaza Tirana, is the ideal choice for business and leisure travelers alike offering unique services and facilities in a 5-star environment.

The Maritim Hotel Plaza Tirana is also a destination for gourmet lovers while local and international choices offer lavish tastes meticulously prepared to perfection: Dining choices include - Panevino, Convivium, and Savor.

The Maritim Plaza is the place to meet and celebrate in Tirana. Choose from our 8 event rooms that can accommodate capacities of up to 350 guests. Each room is multi-functional and is equipped with state-of-the-art features. Ideal for banquet functions or cocktail receptions and business meetings

Booking and info

A passport is required to enter the country.

Participants have to book directly the Hotel Maritim Hotel Plaza Tirana, the code for the special price is:


Terms and conditions

Full payment will be done at the hotel.
This offer can be cancelled or modified free of charge before September 03, 2023, 4:00 PM (UTC+01:00).
In case of cancellation after this date, a penalty of 100% of full stay will apply.
In case of no-show, a penalty of 100% will apply.

At the time of booking we require a fully and not refundable prepayment and we will charge it on your credit card.
Vat and service charge are included in the listed room rates.
City tax is excluded from the listed rates and to pay extra directly in hotel.

Check-in time is from 14.00 & check-out until 12.00
Note that children age 12 and older are charged the adult rate. Please include them in the number entered in the “N° of Adults” box.
Kindly be informed that blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at the following e-mail address:
info@plazatirana.com and we will always on hand to assist with your enquiry.

18th September 2023
Opening and full day work
Welcome cocktail in the evening at the hotel


Maritim Plaza Hotel

Maritim Plaza Hotel Maritim Plaza Hotel

Hotel scam alert, Important notice

Please be aware that some of our participants have been contacted by some companies that offer hotel booking service for the conference. They ask for financial details to book rooms in hotels near the conference venue. We wish to highlight the fact that these companies are in no way affiliated with the MIFP, they might not be trustworthy and we advise you to be cautious in passing any of your details, any signed forms or any financial information on to them or to other companies that might contact you offering deals on hotel rooms.

Visa regime for foreign citizens

Foreign citizens of 89 countries, including all EU countries, China, Japan and United States of America, can enter Albania for up to 90 days without VISA. Please check the below links for further information.


Maritim Hotel Plaza Tirana

Rruga Abdi Toptani 18, Tirana, 1001, Albania
+355 (0) 422 113 31
+355 (0) 422 112 21


Berat City

Berat is about 70 kilometres (43 miles) south of Tirana. It is surrounded by mountains and hills like the national park of Tomorr on the east side. The city is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, comprises a unique style of architecture with influences from several civilizations that have managed to coexist for centuries throughout the history.

Like many cities in Albania, Berat comprises an old fortified city filled with churches and mosques painted with grandiose wealth of visible murals and frescos. Berat is one of the main cultural centres of the country.

The name Berat has been derived through Albanian sound changes from the Old Slavonic language Bělgrad "White City"; it is believed to have been the site of the ancient city Antipatreia ("City of Antipater"), during the early Byzantine Empire the name of the town was Pulcheriopolis. It was recorded in Medieval Latin as Belogradum, Bellegradum, in Turkish as Belgrad, in Italian as Belgrado and in Greek as Βελλέγραδα, Bellegrada.

In the Republic of Venice the city was known as Belgrado di Romania ("Rumelian Belgrade"), while in the Ottoman Empire it was also known as Belgrad-i Arnavud ("Albanian Belgrade") to distinguish it from Belgrade in Serbia.

Berat has a Mediterranean climate (Csa) under the Köppen climate classification. Summers are characterised as hot and dry with a maximum average of 28.2 °C (82.8 °F) in July. Conversely, winter brings mild and wet weather with an average of 7.2 °C (45.0 °F) in January.[64] The lowest minimum temperature recorded in Berat was estimated at -12.2 °C (10.0 °F) and its highest maximum temperature at 47.1 °C (116.8 °F).


Sponsorship opportunities for ICP2DC7, 2023 are offered at a range of levels suitable for industry and agency support.

Sponsorship will help ensure the success of ICP2DC7, 2023 and allow your organization to network and engage with expert researchers and young students in the area of Graphene, Boron nitride, Transition metal dichalcogenides, Hybrid Perovskite, Photonic crystal and BN nanophotonics.


Early Registration Deadline: July 31st, 2023



€750,00 after early registration deadline

  • Conference
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Lunches
  • Excursion
  • Gala Dinner
  • Welcome Cocktail


€680,00 after early registration deadline

  • Conference
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Lunches
  • Excursion
  • Gala Dinner
  • Welcome Cocktail
Accompanying Person


€380,00 after early registration deadline

  • Excursion
  • Gala Dinner
  • Welcome Cocktail

Registration Guidelines

  • Step 1. Proceed with the payment
  • Step 2. Fill in the Registration Form and attach the evidence of payment (jpg or pdf file)


  • Payments with BONNE DE COMMANDE cannot be accepted
  • CASH PAYMENTS ON SITE can be accepted only after a direct request to Organising Committee PLEASE CONTACT secretary@mifp.eu
  • REGISTRATION REDUCTIONS for short staying are not available

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