A review panel for our group
July 31, 2006
Cover
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The Nachwuchsgruppe "Molecular Computing" started on January 2003 within a large grant initiative of the Volkswagen Foundation. (Room: Phys 4.1.13, University of Regensburg)As in the lines of the Foundation policy, our research activity has been (very positively!) evaluated in the middle of the granting period.

review panel

agenda

Monday 31.07.2006(review room: Phy 4.1.13)
12:00 -- 12:45antipasti buffet at the uni-pizzeria
review room: Phy 4.1.13
13:00 -- 13:10Dieter Weiss (Universität Regensburg)
Welcome address
Ulrich T. Schwarz (Universität Regensburg)
session chair

13:15 -- 14:00Gianaurelio Cuniberti
Overview of the MC group research lines in the period Jan 2003 -- June 2006
14:00 -- 14:30Rafael Gutierrez
Quantum transport in DNA nanowires: The role of dissipation and internal vibrations
14:30 -- 15:00Norbert Nemec
Carbon nanotubes devices: realistic contacts and magnetotransport (line B)
15:00 -- 15:30Dmitry Ryndyk
Nonequilibrium vibrons in unimolecular electronics (line C)
15:30 -- 16:00
Single molecule rectification (line C)
16:00 -- 16:30coffee and

16:30 -- 17:45closed-door review panel meeting
17:45 -- 18:00closing remarks and early departures
19:30 -- dinner at the Restaurant Orphée
Tuesday 01.08.2006
09:00 -- informal discussions, departures

posters:


overview poster of our group activity)

Research line A: bioelectronics
A0: overview poster
A1:Signatures of dissipative and vibron-assisted transport in DNA molecular wires (
A2:STM imaging and spectroscopy of linear molecules

Research line B: nanotubes
B0: overview poster
B1:Defective transport properties of three-terminal carbon nanotube junctions
B2:Vibrational effects in the linear conductance of carbon nanotubes
B3:Contact dependence of carrier injection in carbon nanotubes: An ab initio study
B4:Hofstadter butterflies of carbon nanotubes
B5:Scaling law for the conductance of gold nanotubes

Research line C: molecular junctions
C0:overview poster
C1:Effects of chemical substitution on quantum transport through single aromatic molecules
C2:Quantum transport through single azobenzene molecules: contact effects

links:



contacts


how to reach the university ITP


hotel


regensburg


A review panel for our group
July 31, 2006
Cover
©None
None

The Nachwuchsgruppe "Molecular Computing" started on January 2003 within a large grant initiative of the Volkswagen Foundation. (Room: Phys 4.1.13, University of Regensburg)As in the lines of the Foundation policy, our research activity has been (very positively!) evaluated in the middle of the granting period.

review panel

agenda

Monday 31.07.2006(review room: Phy 4.1.13)
12:00 -- 12:45antipasti buffet at the uni-pizzeria
review room: Phy 4.1.13
13:00 -- 13:10Dieter Weiss (Universität Regensburg)
Welcome address
Ulrich T. Schwarz (Universität Regensburg)
session chair

13:15 -- 14:00Gianaurelio Cuniberti
Overview of the MC group research lines in the period Jan 2003 -- June 2006
14:00 -- 14:30Rafael Gutierrez
Quantum transport in DNA nanowires: The role of dissipation and internal vibrations
14:30 -- 15:00Norbert Nemec
Carbon nanotubes devices: realistic contacts and magnetotransport (line B)
15:00 -- 15:30Dmitry Ryndyk
Nonequilibrium vibrons in unimolecular electronics (line C)
15:30 -- 16:00
Single molecule rectification (line C)
16:00 -- 16:30coffee and

16:30 -- 17:45closed-door review panel meeting
17:45 -- 18:00closing remarks and early departures
19:30 -- dinner at the Restaurant Orphée
Tuesday 01.08.2006
09:00 -- informal discussions, departures

posters:


overview poster of our group activity)

Research line A: bioelectronics
A0: overview poster
A1:Signatures of dissipative and vibron-assisted transport in DNA molecular wires (
A2:STM imaging and spectroscopy of linear molecules

Research line B: nanotubes
B0: overview poster
B1:Defective transport properties of three-terminal carbon nanotube junctions
B2:Vibrational effects in the linear conductance of carbon nanotubes
B3:Contact dependence of carrier injection in carbon nanotubes: An ab initio study
B4:Hofstadter butterflies of carbon nanotubes
B5:Scaling law for the conductance of gold nanotubes

Research line C: molecular junctions
C0:overview poster
C1:Effects of chemical substitution on quantum transport through single aromatic molecules
C2:Quantum transport through single azobenzene molecules: contact effects

links:



contacts


how to reach the university ITP


hotel


regensburg