on Computations in Nanotechnology
The workshop is being held to
celebrate the new computer
sponsored by the Russell Berrie Nanotechnology
and is sponsored by the Technion, RBNI and Sun Computers.
Abstract submission: One (A4) page abstracts in pdf format for
poster presentations are welcome from both the computational analysis
and the experimental community. Topics should involve methods or
problems with (proven or possible) relevance to computations in
Nanotechnology. Abstracts from nanotechnology esperimentalists looking
for computational partners are especially welcome. Please send to Joan
Adler (firstname.lastname@example.org) A link to your presentation or
website on the internet is also welcome.
Abstracts of invited talks and tutorials are linked from the
program page .
(Listed in order of receipt)
- Electronic structure of Si(111)-bound alkyl monolayers: theory and experiment - Lior Segev
- Polarizability of small carbon cluster anions -
- Dissipative particle dynamics simulations of carbon nanotubes -
- Atomistic simulations of single-walled carbon nanotube oscillators -
- Comparison between calculated LDOS and measured NEXAFS for carbon allotropes and mixtures
- Eduardo Warszawski
- Structure and dynamics of globular proteins in solution -
- PARSEC- the pseudopotential algorithm for real-space
electronic structure calculations: recent advance and novel
applications to nano-structures -
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Joan Adler, Physics, Technion and Simon Brandon, Chemical Engineering, Technion.
Please check the website http://phycomp.technion.ac.il/~nanco
for updates, a final timetable and location of the tutorials.