Faculty of Chemistry, Brno University of Technology 2009

Meeting of the Thermophysical Society

Working Group of the Slovak Physical Society



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Conference participants are kindly invited to join social programme that will be prepared.

Driny Cave is the only accessible cave in western Slovakia and one of the main tourist attractions of the Little Carpathians. Compared to our other accessible caves, where most of the larger underground spaces predominate, it represents a system of narrower cracks, but with a beautiful amber decoration.

Driny Cave

An unpretentious, about 5-hour tour of a beautiful forest, also suitable for families with children. We start at the Smolenice square, continue through the castle park, along the blue mark to the Devil's Trough, from here along the green route to the Race with Red, to the top of Zárub. The route back to Čertov gorge is the same, from here along the green TZT to the rift over Vlčín. The final stage is on a yellow mark.

Smolenice - Zaruby

Záruby (formerly also Ostrý vrch, German Scharfenstein, Hungarian Burian-hegy, 767.4 m above sea level) is a forested mountain in the central part of the Small Carpathians. It lies above the village of Smolenice about 17 km south of Senice and 20 km northwest of Trnava on the territory of Trnava district (Trnavský kraj). The mountain is part of the National Nature Reserve Záruby (Protected Landscape Area of the Small Carpathians). On the western slope there is the ruins of Ostrý Kameň Castle. The marches are the highest point of the Small Carpathians.

Zaruby peak

The large mound on Molpír Hill in the cadastral area of Smolenice (Trnava), which lies on the eastern foothills of the Little Carpathians, belongs to the most important finds of the Iron Age (Halstat) in the Central European region. Although the settlement was inhabited at other periods of the early, early age of the Middle Ages and the Middle Ages, the most intense was inhabited in the period, namely at the 7th and early 6th centuries BC.

Molpir hill


  • August 15, 2020: Preliminary registration, Full paper submission
  • August 31, 2020: Notification of manuscript acceptance
  • August 31, 2020: Conference fee payment
  • 7th September - 9th September 2020: Conference Time