|CCL 09.09.29 ICCMSE 2009 - Symposium 2 - Nanoclusters, Nanostructures, and Composite Materials|
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Subject: 09.09.29 ICCMSE 2009 - Symposium 2 - Nanoclusters, Nanostructures, and Composite Materials
First Announcement Call for Papers ICCMSE 2009 / Symposium 2 Title: Theoretical modeling of group 14 based nanoclusters, nanostructures, and composite materials ICCMSE 2009 - Seventh International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering - http://www.iccmse.org/aim.htm Hotel Rodos Palace, Rhodes, Greece: 29 September - 04 October 2009 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 web: http://moleng.physics.upatras.gr/personnel/ADZdetsis.html E-mail: zdetsis=-=upatras.gr, zdetsis=-=physics.upatras.gr Description: In addition to carbon and silicon, germanium, tin, and in part lead can form many functional and important nanostructures, nanocrystals, and nanoclusters, which can be further functionalized by tailoring suitable key-properties according to specific needs. Such systems, and in particular hollow structures such as nanotubes and nanocages, are currently of great interest in science and technology with applications ranging from optoelectronics to biotechnology. Simple and mixed nanosystems such as silicon, carbon, germanium, silicon-carbon Fullerenes (cages) nanotubes and nanowires all the way to organometallic silicon and germanium structures, stannaspherene and plumbaspherene will be considered and the latest developments will be discussed and analyzed in this workshop. All theoretical, computational, or even experimental works related (directly or indirectly) with these topics are welcome. Special emphasis will be placed on calculations and/or approaches which bring up the similarities and differences between various systems and methods, as well as on unifying principles and concepts relating these systems to each other and to other groups.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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