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SES 2019 symposium: Theory and simulation of nanomaterials

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Dear Colleagues,

Phanish Suryanarayana (Georgia Tech), Amartya Banerjee (UCLA) and I cordially invite you to submit an abstract for the symposium titled "Theory and simulation of nanomaterials" as part of the 2019 Society of Engineering Science 56th Annual Meeting (SES 2019) to be held on October 13-15, 2019 at Washington University in St. Louis. The symposium is listed as 8.4 under Nanomechanics track on the submission website. To submit an abstract, please visit:
https://ses2019.exordo.com/login

The deadline for abstract submission is April 30th, 2019. Further details on the conference and abstract submission can be found at the conference website: 

https://ses2019.wustl.edu 

Please feel free to contact me (swarnava@caltech.edu) or Phanish Suryanarayana (phanish.suryanarayana@ce.gatech.edu) or Amartya Banerjee (amartya.s.banerjee@gmail.com) for any questions or concerns. A description of the scope of our mini-symposium is as follows:

 Theory and simulation of nanomaterials

This mini-symposium aims to bring together researchers interested in theoretical and computational developments in the study of nanomaterials (including nanotubes, nanowires, nanoclusters, 2D materials, etc.).

Areas of interest include but are not limited to recent progress in the study of:

  • Mechanical, electronic and optical properties of nanomaterials
  • Theory and applications of strain engineering
  • Novel techniques for the study of nanomaterials (first principles, atomistic, and multi-scale techniques)
  • Defects in nanomaterials
  • Coupled phenomena in nanomaterials

Sincerely

Swarnava, Phanish and Amartya

 

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