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Trends in Nanoscience 2013

24 Feb 2013 - 28 Feb 2013 - Bavaria, Germany



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Scope
The 4th International Symposium "Trends in Nanoscience 2013" will bring together scientists from chemistry, physics, and biology addressing experimental as well as theoretical issues of the topics given below. The meeting aims at promoting our under­standing of the organization, interactions and control schemes of complex nanosystems and, by trying to relate structure and function, will advance knowledge leading ultimately to new technologies.
 
Topics
  • Magnetic Nanostructures
  • Molecular Electronics
  • Nanobiosciences
  • Nanocaloritronics
  • Nanomechanics & Nanotribology
  • Nanooptics
  • Quantum Dots & Quantum Transport
  • Selforganization


Further information
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