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NT05: Sixth International Conference on
the Science and Application of Nanotubes
Göteborg University, Chalmers University
of Technology, and University College of Borås
June 26 - July 1, 2005
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will take place in Nagano, Japan, from June 25 - 30, 2006.
* To Be Confirmed
- Phaedon Avouris (IBM, USA)
- Jean-Christophe Charlier (Univ. Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
- Mildred Dresselhaus (M.I.T., USA)
- Morinobu Endo (Shinshu Univ. Japan)
- Tobias Hertel (Vanderbilt Univ., USA)
- Jisoon Ihm (Seoul National Univ., Korea)
- Annick Loiseau (O.N.E.R.A., France)
- Richard Martel (Univ. de Montreal, Canada)
- Shigeo Maruyama (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
- Stephan Roche (Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, France)
- Richard E. Smalley (Rice University, USA)*
- Mauricio Terrones (IPICYT, Mexico)
Nanotubes belong to a class of materials which owing to their
quasi one-dimensional structure exhibit a variety of fascinating
properties and offer a diversity of issues for research of both
fundamental and practical interest. This meeting will bring
leading scientists in the area of nanotube science together
to evaluate past and define future trends of this exciting field.
The conference will address progress at the frontiers of fundamental
as well as applied research and will allow participants to exchange
ideas and results of their latest work in an informal atmosphere.
Topics receiving special attention include:
- Mechanical properties of nanotubes and composite
- Electronic and optical properties
- Progress in nanotube synthesis and purification
- Chemical modification and tailoring of nanotube properties
Format of the Conference:
A satellite workshop on
Computational Challenges and Tools for Nanotubes
will take place on Sunday, June 26.
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Nanotube 2005 is generously supported by:
contact the organizers
about the possibility to co-sponsor the NT'05 conference.
Especially welcome are offers to co-sponsor the travel/conference
cost of foreign graduate students, at a level of US$500 or US$1,000.