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  Scope

HPC-NN2011 (1-Day symposium) will be held on the 14th of April (Thursday).  The aim of this symposium is to assemble an international panel of key individuals involved in High-Performance-Computing (HPC) developments focused on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (N&N) applications. HPC became a strategical tool to explore complex physical and chemical properties of matter at the nanoscale.

The study of nanoscience and the development of nanotechnology applications increasingly demand a detailed understanding of quantum mechanical properties, as well as modern numerical and computational approaches to simulate large scale objects (materials, devices...) with predictability power and efficiency. Bridging the scientific community involved in N&N simulation with HPC initiatives is crucial timely to establish the challenges and envision a roadmap for large scale simulation developments in N&N.

The main goal of HPC-NN2011 is to establish a bird-eye description of the current state of progress in large scale simulations for nanomaterial characterization and nanodevice simulation, including application to energy, materials, nanoelectronics, nanobiotechnologies, etc... This symposium will enable a broad review of current development in nanotechnology and in turn to promote and expand the use of HPC tools to this very active scientific community.


  Speakers

    Invited Speakers
  Thierry Deutsch
    (INAC CEA, France)
  Jim Greer
    (Tyndall University, Ireland)
  Arkady Krashenninikov
    (University of Helsinki, Finland)
  Yoshiyuki Miyamoto
    (AIST, Japan)
  Pablo Ordejon
    (CIN2 (CSIC-ICN), Spain)
  Angel Rubio
    (UPV/EHU, Spain)
  Catalin Spataru
    (Sandia National Labs, USA)
  Syogo Tejima
    (RIST, Japan)
  Oleg Yazyev
    (University of Berkeley, USA)
    Orals
  Anders Blom
    (QuantumWise, Denmark)
  Dietrich Foerster
    (University of Bordeaux I, France)
  Pedro L. Galindo
    (Universidad de Cadiz, Spain)
  Ivan Kondov
    (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany)
  Petr Koval
    (Centro de Fisica de Materiales, Spain)
  Jens Kunstmann
    (TU Dresden, Germany)
  Massimo Macucci
    (Universita' di Pisa - Dipart. Ingegneria dell'Informazione, Italy)
  Francesco Mercuri
    (CNR-ISTM, Italy)
  Xavier Oriols
    (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain)



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