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February 3rd, 2006
Synergy Between Experiment and Computation in Nanoscale Science
In this workshop, we will discuss a varied assortment of nanoscale systems and phenomena with an emphasis on computation. The main theme of the conference, the synergy between experiment and computation, will be explored in focused presentations from experimentalists who will describe the impact of computation on their research and what their desiderata might be for future computation. Correspondingly, computational researchers will focus on the outstanding experimental puzzles that their computations address and their desiderata from the experimental world.
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