3rd International Conference on Nanostructures SElf-Assembly

NanoSEA 2010 

Congress Center, Cassis, French Riviera,  28 June - 2 July 2010


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Scope

NANOSEA 2010 will primarily focus on the following topics that are of strong current interest in fields of nanostructures self-assembling and nanopatterned substrate:

Nanostructured Materials :

Semiconductor / Metallic / Organic / Biological  / New materials and structures

Nanostructures classes :

Quantum dots, quantum wires and quantum wells / Nanotubes and nanorods / Nanoparticles and Nanoprecipitates / Nanoporous material /  Very thin multilayers and superlattices

Local structure of nanostructures :

Effects of local structure on properties in nanostructured materials / Quantitative characterization of atomic arrangements / Characterization of nanoparticle surfaces / Characterization of internal interfaces

Self-assembling techniques :

Nanopatterning by lithographic techniques / Ion-beam lithography and patterning / Nanopore fabrication and Pore filling / Substrate nanostructuring / Co-polymer template / Surface passivation / Functionalisation and catalysts / Nanofabrication

Modelling :

Self-organisation and pattern formation / Thermodynamics and kinetics of nucleation and growth / Ab initio theory for spintronic materials and spin transport / Defects and impurities / Non-radiative and relaxation processes / Transport

Properties :

Electronic and optical / Magnetic / Size dependent properties and transport / Mechanical / Structure, microstructure, and morphology

Applications :

Novel microelectronic device / Nanoelectronic devices / Molecular devices / Nanodevice fabrication technology, characterization, properties and modelling / Photonic and photovoltaic devices / Chemical and biological sensors / Multifunctional spin devices / Magnetic random access memories (MRAM) / Other applications in medicine, biology, energy and environment …


Chairpersons : Isabelle Berbezier (Im2np, CNRS, Marseille, France) and Maurizio De Crescenzi, (University Roma II Tor Vergata, Italy)