Advances in molecular electronics: From molecular materials to single molecule devices (admol)

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Start: 22 Feb 2004 | End: 27 Feb 2004
Location: Dresden, Germany
Organized by: G. Cuniberti, G. Fagas, K. Richter

This meeting aims at summarizing progress and enhancing exchange of ideas in the cross-disciplinary field of molecular electronics by bringing under the same roof experts from Physics, Chemical Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Material Science. Future research directions in this field will profit from combined theoretical and experimental efforts towards molecule-based electronics, ranging from single (bio)molecules to carbon nanotubes and other classes of organic materials. The Dresden meeting will cover these systems and various aspects including methodological developments, computational approaches, and device applications.
The workshop topics are:

  • carbon nanotube-based molecular conductors - physics and applications
  • realization of single-molecule electronics
  • DNA-based devices
  • theory of electron transport and device modeling at the nanoscale
  • organic molecular materials and organic optoelectronics

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Advances in molecular electronics: From molecular materials to single molecule devices (admol)

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Start: 22 Feb 2004 | End: 27 Feb 2004
Location: Dresden, Germany
Organized by: G. Cuniberti, G. Fagas, K. Richter

This meeting aims at summarizing progress and enhancing exchange of ideas in the cross-disciplinary field of molecular electronics by bringing under the same roof experts from Physics, Chemical Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Material Science. Future research directions in this field will profit from combined theoretical and experimental efforts towards molecule-based electronics, ranging from single (bio)molecules to carbon nanotubes and other classes of organic materials. The Dresden meeting will cover these systems and various aspects including methodological developments, computational approaches, and device applications.
The workshop topics are:

  • carbon nanotube-based molecular conductors - physics and applications
  • realization of single-molecule electronics
  • DNA-based devices
  • theory of electron transport and device modeling at the nanoscale
  • organic molecular materials and organic optoelectronics

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