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CCTN14: Ninth International Symposium on
Computational Challenges and Tools for Nanotubes

Los Angeles, USA
June 1, 2014
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CCTN14 Organizers:

  Steven G. Louie (University of California at Berkeley, USA)
  Hisashi Nakamura (Research Organization for Information Science & Technology (RIST) Tokyo, Japan)
  David Tomanek (Michigan State University, USA)

Invited speakers (alphabetical):

  Jerry Bernholc (North Carolina State University)
  Igor Bondarev (North Carolina Central University)
  Young-Woo Son (Korea Institute for Advanced Study)
  Toma Susi (University of Vienna, Austria)
  Jerry Tersoff (IBM Yorktown Heights)


This satellite symposium of the NT14 conference focuses on quantitative understanding of unique physical properties of nanotube systems using advanced computational approaches. We will highlight the computational challenges in modeling these systems and discuss new tools to master these challenges. We intend to feature significant advances in theoretical understanding, in computational approaches and algorithms, as well as new hardware, including the upcoming generation of high-performance computers, capable of tackling these challenges.

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