Special Session on
Atomic and Mesoscale Modeling of Nanoscale Phenomena
Session Chair: Nick Quirke, Imperial College, UK
The aim of this special session is to introduce participants to current modeling methods and their use in predicting the properties of nanomaterials.
For more information, please contact Nick Quirke
Special Issue of Molecular Simulation
Selected Nanotech 2005 Proceedings papers will be reviewed and invited into a Special Issue of Molecular Simulation, a Taylor and Francis publication.
Aims and Scope:
An international, multidisciplinary, academic journal Molecular Simulation covers all aspects of research related to, or of importance to, molecular modelling and simulation (including informatics, theoretical and experimental work). Molecular Simulation exists to bring togetherthe most significant papers concerned with applications of simulation methods, and original contributions to the development of simulation methodology from biology and biochemistry, chemistry, chemical engineering, materials, medicine, physics and information science. The aim is to provide a forum in which cross fertilization between application areas, methodologies, disciplines, as well as academic and industrial researchers can take place and new developments can be encouraged. Molecular Simulation is of interest to all researchers using or developing simulation methods (for example those based on statistical mechanics) and to those experimentalists, theorists and information scientists who wish to use simulation data or address a simulation audience.