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Date: Wed Sep 27 13:14:18 2006
Subject: 06.10.23 2nd Cornell Nanoscale Facility Fall Workshop: Building Nanostructures Bit by Bit
2nd Annual CNF Fall Workshop: Building Nanostructures Bit by Bit
October 23-25th, 2006
Cornell University

Modeling and simulation techniques play a crucial role in guiding nanoscale
research and interpreting the results.  However in order to successfully
integrate these computational approaches with experimental tools, researchers
must learn about the principles and applications associated with each code.
This three day workshop will provide morning lectures on the theory behind
different approaches followed by hands-on sessions for each code.  In some
cases, participants will learn directly from the code's creator.  Graduate
students and young researchers with theory or experimental backgrounds are
strongly encouraged to attend.  This workshop will focus on approaches crucial
for nanomaterials, nanophotonics, and nanochemistry.

Organizer: Derek Stewart (stewart]^[

Registration Deadline: October 11th, 2006
Seating is limited to roughly 30 participants so please register early!

Tutorials: molecular dynamics (LAMMPS), Carr-Parrinello MD (CPMD),
nanophotonics (MIT Photonics Bands and MEEP), Plane Wave DFT 
(Quantum Espresso), Real Space DFT (PARSEC)

Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Steven Johnson (MIT)
Axel Kohlmeyer (University of Pennsylvania)
Nicola Marzari (MIT)
Steve Plimpton (Sandia National Laboratories)
Murilo Tiago (University of Texas)
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