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NT06: Seventh International Conference
on the Science and Application of Nanotubes

Hotel Metropolitan Nagano
(Nagano, Japan)

June 18 - 23, 2006

Japanese Site: http://endomoribu.shinshu-u.ac.jp/nt06/
MSU Mirror Site: http://nanotube.msu.edu/nt06/

NT06 Nanotube Tutorial

To facilitate entry into the Nanotube field for newcomers, we are offering a Nanotube Tutorial as a satellite meeting on Sunday, June 18, before the NT06 conference (see the listing in the program).

This session is especially recommended for students and young researchers in the nanotube field. We also recommend attendance to industry delegates, who are interested in getting an overview of the basics as well as the state of the art in the nanotube field.

The Tutorial session is free of charge for NT06 participants. Still, so that we may correctly estimate the required size of the lecture hall, all attendees must register on-line to be admitted. Please understand that we may refuse admittance to those not registered if the number of participants exceeds the capacity of the lecture hall.

Presenting Authors:

  • Prof. Mildred S. Dresselhaus (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Prof. John E. Fischer (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Prof. Esko I. Kauppinen (Helsinki University of Technology)
  • Prof. Mauricio Terrones (IPICYT Mexico)
  • Prof. David Tomanek (Michigan State University)

Tutorial Program:

(with links to pdf files of presentations)
  1. Introduction and theoretical background (David Tomanek)
  2. Physical properties and characterization (Mildred S. Dresselhaus)
  3. Synthesis techniques (Esko I. Kauppinen)
  4. Chemical modification and applications of nanotubes (Mauricio Terrones)
  5. Electrical and thermal transport (John E. Fischer)