Workshop Details
Clathrate Hydrates Fundamentals: Bridging Molecular Structures to Microscopic Properties and Behavior
06/20/2017 - 06/24/2017
Meeting Description:

Clathrate hydrates are crystalline inclusion compounds formed from the hydrogen bonding of water molecules (host) enclosing relative small molecules (guest). These structures have unique properties that originate from molecular interactions of the host and guest molecules. Much fundamental knowledge has been gained on clathrate hydrates, especially from the combination of microscopic tools aimed at probing the molecular interactions, both equilibrium and transient, using spectroscopy, diffraction, ab initio calculations, molecular simulations, and theory. This workshop aims to gather a mix of experimental, theoretical, and simulation researchers to state and discuss the latest findings and challenges on clathrate hydrates at the microscopic level. Particular emphasis are given in the synergism to be gained by stimulating discussion among experimentalists, theoreticians, and simulators in the topics of interest include, but not limited to, nucleation and growth, guest-host interactions, guest and host dynamics, structure-properties relations, unusual guests/structure.

Notes:

If you are interested in attending a meeting, but have not received an invitation, please contact the workshop organizer about availability before registering. Most TSRC meetings are very small, typically only about 25 people.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Ave Telluride, CO 81435
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Meeting Details:

Early Bird Price: $ 290.00
Last Date that Early Bird Price is Available: 01/31/2017
Regular Price: $ 390.00
Cancellation Policy: TSRC can only guarantee refunds on registration fees and lodging charges prior to the "cancellation deadline" date of your specific workshop, which in this case is 05/20/2017. Please take out travel insurance if you may have to cancel after this date.

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Bacic, Zlatko New York University 6/19
6/25
Bauer, Robert University of Saskatchewan 6/19
6/25
Bertrand, Chazallon Univ. Lille, Lab. PhLAM 6/18
6/25
Y
Bouillot, Baptiste Saint-Etienne School of Mines 6/19
6/24
Y
Bove, Livia Eleonora CNRS - Université P.&M. Curie & EPFL 6/19
6/24
Y
Brumby, Paul Keio University 6/19
6/24
Desmedt, Arnaud Univ. Bordeaux - CNRS 6/19
6/24
Engel, Edgar A University of Cambridge, UK 6/19
6/25
Y
English, Niall University College Dublin 6/19
6/25
Y
Hasegawa, Tomohiro Keio University 6/19
6/24
Kuhs, Werner F. University of Goettingen 6/19
6/24
Kusalik, Peter University of Calgary 6/19
6/25
Y
Lee, Sang Soo Argonne National Laboratory 6/19
6/23
Y
Li, Tianshu George Washington University 6/19
6/24
Y
Matsumoto, Masakazu Okayama university 6/19
6/24
Ning, Fulong Colorado School of Mines 6/20
6/24
Y
Peters, Baron University of California - Santa Barbara 6/19
6/23
Y
PETUYA, Claire Bordeaux University 6/19
6/24
Sum, Amadeu Colorado School of Mines
Takeya, Satoshi AIST 6/21
6/25
Wu, David Colorado School of Mines 6/19
6/24
Y
Yasuoka, Kenji Keio University 6/19
6/25
Y

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