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10 February 2020 (23h 59m at UTC) - Notification of acceptance for Convened Session Proposal

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28 September - October 1, 2020 - Metamaterials Congress 2020 (Conference)

2-3 October 2020 - Metamaterials Congress 2020 (Doctoral School)

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