NAMBE 2015 General Chairs

Isaac Hernández-Calderón, Physics Department, Cinvestav, Mexico

Máximo López-López, Physics Department, Cinvestav, Mexico

NAMBE 2015 Conference Office

Dr. Frantisek Sutara
Physics Department - Cinvestav
Av. IPN 2508
07360 Mexico City, DF

31st North American Molecular Beam
Epitaxy Conference


Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

2015 Exhibitors

American GMG Inc.
Applied NanoFemto Technologies LLC
DCA Instruments
Dr. Eberl MBE-Komponenten GmbH
E-Science, Inc.
k-Space Associates, Inc.
Mantis Deposition, Inc.
Orsay Physics
Sentys Inc.
Staib Instruments, Inc.
SVT Associates
United Mineral & Chemical Corp.
Vacuum Barrier Co.
Vital Materials Co., Ltd
Wafer Technology Ltd.


The special hotel page for reservation of NAMBE attendants is closed.

For room reservations please contact Ivan Cordoba: with copy to

The conference will take place in the hotel IBEROSTAR Paraiso Beach.

The IBEROSTAR Paraíso Beach Hotel is located in Playa Paraíso, between Playa del Carmen and Puerto Morelos along Mexico's fabulous Mayan Riviera. This 5-star luxury hotel is within easy access to the region's major tourist attractions. Cancún International Airport is conveniently situated just 30 minutes from the hotel.

Although there are many options for accommodation in the Mayan Riviera, we strongly recommend all attendants to stay in the selected Conference hotel.* We have made a very good deal with this hotel that offers high quality service and excellent room comfort and facilities at  very convenient prices for the attendants and their families.

IBEROSTAR Paraiso Beach offers "all inclusive" services" (i. e. fully inclusive). The rates include the use of a large variety of facilities and unlimited meals and beverages. Specialty restaurants are also availble (reservation required) at no extra costs. Our experience is that all participants can meet in a nice variety of enviroments and enjoy high quality foods, a wide variety of beverages and services without any additional spending, which is very convenient.

Type of Room: Iberostar Paraíso Beach
Single $1,868
Double $1,245
Triple $1,141
Cuadruple $1,089
1st child (3-12) free
2nd child (3-12) $692

Prices are in Mexican Pesos (MXN. The exchange rate is not fixed, just as a guide consider that $1 USD = $15 MXN.

Please note that due to the "all inclusive" concept of this hotel the price is per person per night. For example: the price for two adults sharing a room will be 2x$1,245 = $2,490 MXN (around $166 USD).

Children 13 and older will pay as adults. The first children (3 - 12) is free. Then, a room with two adults and two children below 13 will be $3,182 MXN (around 212 USD), including unlimited meals and wide variety of beverages.

The IBEROSTAR Paraíso Beach Hotel boasts one of the largest pools in the entire Mayan Riviera, over 3,280 feet in length! The pool area is furnished with Balinese beds and palm-thatched gazebos for relaxation.

From morning to night the Kids Club (ages 4 - 12) offers a large variety of activities.

Buffet service with large variety of meals are offered for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Both buffet and a la carte dining venues feature dishes that are expertly prepared and presented. Six inviting bars and snack bars are located throughout the hotel for cocktails and light dining, while 24-hour room service is ready to serve you whenever you like, everything with no extra cost.

Airport - Hotel transportation

To reach the IBEROSTAR Paraiso Beach hotel we recommend to take only authorized taxi services. You can buy a ticket within the international airport, just after picking up your luggage you will find several taxi services. You can pay directly in the counter, this is our recommendation. The name of the hotel is IBEROSTAR PARAISO BEACH.

Map and location

* Important notice: Due to the "all inclusive" modality of the conference hotel, attendants staying in other hotels may be requested to pay additional fees to enter the Conference hotel and enjoy the hotel services and some conference activities. Please consider that hotels along the Mayan Riviera are separated by long distances.