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2005.06.23 (Thursday) 08:23:21 EDT.
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
Abstracts accepted for presentation at NT'05 are listed
Satellite Meetings and Tutorials
Information for poster presenters
- Poster dimensions:
Poster boards are 976 mm wide and 1400 mm high.
- Division of posters:
- Session A (Monday and Tuesday) includes posters I.1 – VIII.12
- Session B (Thursday and Friday) includes posters IX.1 – XXI.30
- Poster session chairs
(provide overview introduction to Poster Sessions):
- Poster chair A.1: Annick Loiseau, Posters I.1-I.40
- Poster chair A.2: Esko I. Kauppinen, Posters I.41-I.81
- Poster chair A.3: Marcos Pimenta, Posters II-IV
- Poster chair A.4: Jack Fischer, Posters V-VIII
- Poster chair B.1: Pavel Nikolaev, Posters IX-X
- Poster chair B.2: Apparao Rao, Posters XI-XIII
- Poster chair B.3: Tony Heinz, Posters XIV
- Poster chair B.4: Gianaurelio Cuniberti, Posters XV-XVIII
- Poster chair B.5: Yoshiyuki Miyamoto, Posters XIX-XXI
Plenary lecture on carbon nanotube applications:
- Jean Dijon (LETI/CEA Grenoble, France):
Field Emission Display: a good application for carbon nanotubes
- Tony Heinz (Columbia University, USA)
- Nadine Kam (Stanford University, USA):
Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes Transporters: Generality, Mechanism,
Functionality and Exploitation of Intrinsic Properties
- Susumu Katagiri (Mitsubishi, Japan):
The Nano Carbon: Potential and Practical applications
with business models
- Jong-Min Kim (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea):
Application of carbon nanotubes to the field emission display
- Junichiro Kono (Rice University, USA):
Optical Detection of the Aharonov-Bohm Phase in Carbon Nanotubes
in Ultrahigh Magnetic Fields
- Cheol Jin Lee (Hanyang University, Korea):
Large-scale synthesis of DWCNTs and their high field emission properties
- Young Hee Lee (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea):
A Strategy to Select Metallic or Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes
- Brian LeRoy (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands):
Electrical generation and absorption of phonons in carbon nanotubes using STM
- Steven G. Louie (University of California Berkeley, USA)
- Lars Samuelson (Lund University, Sweden):
Materials and device physics aspects of semiconductor nanowires
- Jean-Louis Sauvajol (Université de Monpellier II, France):
Structure and Vibrations of the Same Individual Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube
- Humberto Terrones (IPICyT, Mexico):
Geometry and the Electronic and Magnetic Poperties of Curved Carbons
- Jerry Tersoff (IBM Research Division, USA):
Optical and Transport Properties of Carbon Nanotubes
- Alan Windle (Cambridge University, U.K.)
- Sunday 26 June, 2005
Upon your arrival, a Welcome Gathering will be held at
Chalmers Conference Centre.
- Monday 27 June, 2005
The City of Göteborg hosts a Reception,
which will take place at the City Hall Börsen.
This reception is included in the registration fee,
however it must be booked in advance on the registration form.
- Wednesday 29 June, 2005
The Conference Dinner will start with a boat trip in Göteborg´s Archipelago,
which is famous for it’s rocky coastline and picturesque fishing villages.
The steamship M/S St. Erik will drop all delegates of by the old shipyard Eriksberg,
which is now one of Europe’s most expansive residential areas.
The Conference Dinner will be served in Eriksbergshallen,
a former Machine hall that is now used as an exhibition hall and banqueting venue.
This Conference dinner is not included in the registration fee.
(Please book the conference dinner in advance on the registration form,
at the discounted rate of 200 SEK. The number of seats may be limited if
a large number of delegates attend the congress. Please book well in
advance to secure a seat!)