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what ATOMISTIC SIMULATIONS
  1. Introduction: [ Background ] [ ctd ]
    [ Computational Condensed Matter/Material Science ]
  2. Take care: [What not to do]
  3. Go for it: [What we do ] [ ctd ] [How we do it ]
    [ Details ]
  4. Visualization: [ Why? ] [ How? ]

what ATOMISTIC VISUALIZATION
  1. [ Carbon Allotropes]
    [ Nanotubes and Fullerenes]
  2. Nanotube [ properties][ applications]
  3. [ How to draw a nanotube]
    [ Fine points]
  4. [ Balls, sticks, dots, smoke etc][ ctd]

what DIFFUSION in NTs,
with T. Mutat and M. Sheintuch

  1. [Why?][The system][A model]
  2. [Computational Algorithms]
  3. Results [Self Diffusion]
    [Transport Probabilities - Single Component]
    [Transport Probabilities - Multiple Components]
  4. [Summary]

what NANOTUBES as NEMS,
with P. Pine and Y. Yaish

  1. [What are NEMS?][Why?] [The system] [A model]
  2. [Computational Algorithms]
  3. Results [Vibration modes][ctd]
  4. [Future plans]
  5. [NANCO]

Projects supported by RBNI and Tali's simulations by HPC-Europa at Stuttgart.
In the slides above many of the images were prepared by Tali and Polina. We acknowledge Pavel Bavli's help with the animations, and Avi Abramov's assistance with the analysis of the NT vibrations