Workshop Details
Nanomaterials: Computation, Theory, and Experiment
06/29/2015 - 07/03/2015
Meeting Description:

Nanomaterials, such as nano-sized inorganic and organic semiconductors, are becoming the focus of scientific research. Examples of nanomaterial applications abound, ranging from light-emitting diodes, to photoenergy conversion, to room-temperature magnetism, and to biological optical probes. These materials have unique electronic structures that cannot be simply defined as conventional continuum (as in a periodic system), nor discrete quantum levels (as in a molecule). In addition, complicated processes that occur at the surfaces and interfaces of these nanomaterials upon photoexcitation poses high demands on the experimental techniques used to characterize nanoscale systems. Theory and computational modeling could provide useful interpretations of experimental data and a better understanding of the material’s properties at the atomistic level, while development of validated theoretical predictions could guide new experimental efforts.

The symposium aims to bring together theoreticians and experimentalists for a timely discussion of modern developments, applications, and challenges in nanomaterial research from both theoretical and experimental perspectives.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Elementary School
477 W Columbia Ave Telluride CO 81435

Nanomaterials: Computation, Theory, and Experiment Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Chakraborty, Arindam Syracuse University
Cui, Peng North Dakota State University
Darancet, Pierre Argonne National Laboratory
Gygi, Francois UC Davis
Heyes, Colin University of Arkansas
Jaeger, Heather Lehigh University
Kilin, Dmitri University of South Dakota
Kilina, Svetlana North Dakota State University
Krauss, Todd University of Rochester
Lewis, James West Virginia University
Minot, Ethan Oregon State University
Nazin, Georgy University of Oregon
Rahman, Talat University of Central Florida
Sfeir, Matthew Brookhaven National Laboratory
Star, Alexander University of Pittsburgh
Vasiliev, Igor New Mexico State University
Velizhanin, Kirill LANL
WANG, HONG West Virginia University

Telluride Science Research Center
Post Office Box 2429, Telluride CO 81435
Tel: + 970.708.4426
Email: info@telluridescience.org
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