|CCL 10.10.03 First Announcement Call for Papers for Symposium at 8th International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering 2010 (ICCMSE 2010), Psalidi, Kos, Greece|
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Subject: 10.10.03 First Announcement Call for Papers for Symposium at 8th International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering 2010 (ICCMSE 2010), Psalidi, Kos, Greece
First Announcement Call for Papers for Symposium at the 8th International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering (2010) Symposium Title: Molecular engineering and modelling of functional and functionalizable nanostructures Dear Colleague This year I am organizing the symposium "Molecular engineering and modelling of functional and functionalizable nanostructures" (symposium 20) in the framework of the 8th International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering 2010 (ICCMSE 2010), in the Hotel Kypriotis Village-Kypriotis Panorama-Kypriotis International Conference Center, Psalidi, Kos, Greece, 03-08 October 2010. Webpage: http://www.iccmse.org/ Organizer Aristides D. Zdetsis Division of Theoretical and Mathematical Physics Department of Physics University of Patras GR-26500 Patras, Greece tel.: (+30) 2610 997458 fax: (+30) 2610 997458 e-mail: zdetsis#upatras.gr, zdetsis#physics.upatras.gr Webpage: http://moleng.physics.upatras.gr/personnel/ADZdetsis.html Scope and Topics Functional and/or functionalizable nanostructures, such as fullerenes and nanotubes of all kinds or nanocrystalline and nanocomposite materials, are very important for applications in (materials) science, (nano)technology, and (nano)medicine, among many others. For all these applications, understanding at a fundamental level is very important, since nanocomposite and nanocrystalline materials exhibit a variety of unique physical and chemical properties resulting from the interplay of quantum confinement and electronic correlation. In order to design functional nanomaterials with desired properties and fabricate nanodevices with predictable behavior, it is critical to understand their structural and electronic properties on a fundamental quantum mechanical level. This could further allow for tunable manipulation of the resulting nanosystems. Nanostructures such as core and core/shell nanocrystals, fullerenes and nanotubes of all kinds, nanowires, nanolines, nanorods, as well as synthetic, nanocomposite, porous, metal-organic framework, and semiconductor-organic framework materials, will be considered among others, and the latest developments will be discussed and analyzed in this workshop. In addition theoretical and computational techniques appropriate for large systems (such as multiscale approaches and atomistic calculations and simulations) as well as theoretical, computational, or even experimental works related (directly or indirectly) with these topics are welcome.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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