Re: [nanotech] Fw: NSG-D/ Aspects of Electronic and nanomaterials Modeling, Dayton, OH
- Gina Miller wrote:
> FWD: From: <eugene.leitl@...-muenchen.de>
> > And then <eugene.leitl@...-muenchen.de> says:
> > From: Jan Labanowski <jkl@...>
> > ASPECTS OF ELECTRONIC AND NANOMATERIALS MODELING
> > Special session in the MAPINT 2000 Meeting
> > Dayton OH, August 17, 2000
> > The Programming Environment and Training (PET) initiative within the
> > of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program is pleased to
> > announce a day long meeting on material science modeling as applied to
> > engineering issues in electronic devices, nanostructures and MEMS. This
> > session is part of a three day symposium entitled Multidisciplinary
> > Applications and Interoperable Computing (MAPINT 2000).
> > When: 1:30 - 6:00 p.m. August 17, 2000
> > Where: The Engineers Club of Dayton, 110 East Monument Ave., Dayton, OH
> > The focus / prospectus of this session will be to:
> > - discuss important DoD issues relating to computational modeling of
> > electronic and nanoelectronic materials
> > - explore the interdisciplinary multiscale nature of materials design
> > electronic devices and microscopic electrical / mechanical systems
> > - promote collaboration between the DoD, academic and industrial
> > research communities to address these important research objectives
> > AGENDA:
> > 1:30 - 2:00 p.m. Dan Johnstone (AFOSR) "3D Superlattices"
> > 2:00 - 2:30 p.m. Anna Balazs (Pittsburgh) "Behavior of Nanoscopic Rods
> in a
> > Polymer Blend: Implications for Creating Conducting
> > Pathways in Composites"
This is giving me frissons! 3D polymer superlatices with ligand
map each layer, synthesize ligands for hub connections.
More fun than a Swiss watch...
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