|CCL 09.09.29 Symposium "From Open-Shell Conjugated Molecules to Graphene: Theory and Experiment", Rodos, Greece|
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Subject: 09.09.29 Symposium "From Open-Shell Conjugated Molecules to Graphene: Theory and Experiment", Rodos, Greece
The short circular can be found at: http://staff.aist.go.jp/k.harigaya/doc/short%20circular.pdf International Symposium "From Open-Shell Conjugated Molecules to Graphene: Theory and Experiment" International symposium on electronic properties in graphene, nanographene, and open-shell conjugated systems, will be held in the conference: "Seventh International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering" (http://www.iccmse.org/) at Hotel Rodos Palace, Rodos, Crete, Greece. The conference period will be September 29 - October 4, 2009. Submission of the short abstract is welcome for interested persons. See the details at the Web site: http://www.iccmse.org/. Scope "Graphene" - a new carbonaceous material - is distinguished from conventional electronic systems such as graphite due to its exceptional features, e.g., a large magnetic moment around the zigzag edges and massless Dirac fermion, stimulating development of future electronic/spintronic devices. Several unique features of graphene are closely connected with the "open-shell character", which originates in the "instability of chemical bonds" in pi-conjugated system with unconventional spin states and strongly correlates with the topology of pi-electron array, especially aromatic sextet formation. This symposium focuses on recent hot topics regarding unique physical and chemical properties derived from pseudo and real spins in pi-conjugated compounds, toward collaboration between theory, computational modeling and experiment. A wide range of compounds from small conjugated/aromatic molecules and inorganic metal complexes to nano- and large-size graphenes will be covered, and origin of the open-shell character as well as functional properties such as electron conductivity, optical and magnetic properties will be concentrated as important domains in the symposium. Organizers Kikuo Harigaya, AIST; Masayoshi Nakano, Osaka University; Takashi Kubo, Osaka University Contact Kikuo Harigaya, AIST; Tel: 029-861-5151; FAX: 029-861-5375; E-mail: k.harigaya#,#aist.go.jpNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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