ANNOUNCEMENT AND TOPIC AREAS
International Conference on
Hilton Oceanfront Resort hotel
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, U.S.A.
March 19-21, 2001
The Joint Nanotech, MSM & ICCN Conference will be held at the Hilton
Oceanfront Resort, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, U.S.A. Located
on the beach in the beautifully manicured 2000 acre community of
Palmetto Dunes, this world class resort offers the tropical atmosphere
you expect when you dream of your ideal Hilton Head Island vacation.
The conference will start Sunday late afternoon with registration and reception, and adjourn Wednesday afternoon. Technical sessions, and the vendor exhibition run Monday through Wednesday. In addition to the Conference Technical Program, several social activities are being planned at this world class resort, to allow attendees ample opportunity to enjoy this tropical island.
With the continued miniaturization and blending of technologies, advanced computational techniques in the nano and micro regimes are paramount in the advancement of all high technology regardless of its traditional domain.
The ICCN provides a forum for the interdisciplinary blending of computational efforts in biology, chemistry, physics and materials, founded on inherently similar ab initio approaches but applied towards traditionally distinct disciplines.
MSM provides a forum for the interdisciplinary blending of computational efforts in the microelectronic and MEMS disciplines, which require an inherent system approach for design but are rapidly becoming more dependent upon computational nanoscience for basic input. The blending of the basics of computational nanoscience and the system-level requirements of microsystem modeling are a requirement for the future of computational based technology design.
The blending of these two domains will start at the joint conferences MSM and ICCN in which joint sessions and overlapping topics and workshops will be developed specifically to prepare the simulation community for advancements in applied computational research, regardless of the application domain.
Topics and Application Areas
- Molecular Modeling
- Protein Engineering
- Structural Biology
- Bioinformatics/Computational Genomics
- Mathematical Biology
- Computational Drug/Molecular Design
- Functional/Structural Genomics
- Self-Replicating/Organizing Systems
- Combinatorial Chemistry
- Polymers and Colloids
- Solid State and Surface Chemistry
- Catalysis, Separations and Reactions
- Kinetics and Collision Dynamics
- Crystallization and Additives
- Formulations and QSAR
- Molecular Electronic Structure
- Quantum Molecular Dynamics - Theory & Applications
- General Computational Chemistry - Theory & Methods
- Interfaces and Contacts
- Surfaces, Surface Processes and Thin Films
- Optical and Vibrational Properties
- Mechanical Behavior
- Alloys and Nanostructures
- Radiation Effects in Solids & Cluster Impact Phenomena
- Semiconductors & Electronic Materials
- Glasses & Ceramics
- Materials at High Pressure and High Temperature
- Large-Scale Simulations
- Multiscale Modeling of Materials
- General Theory & Methods
- National Science Foundation
- Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
- American Physical Society
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
- Applied Computational Research Society
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - Electron Devices Society
- CFD Research Corporation
- Coventor, Inc.
- Intellisense Corp.
- Molecular Simulations Inc.
- Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne
- TIMA-CMP Laboratory, France
- Ibero-American Science and Technology Education Consortium
- International Association for Mathematical and Computer Modelling
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