Programme

Tuesday 6 June

09:00

Welcome/Introduction to the Workshop
Ullswater room - lecture theatre

 

Session: Carbon Nanostructures

Session chair: Wolfgang Porod, University of Notre Dame, USA

09:15

(Invited) From carbon nanostructures to 2D semiconductors beyond graphene
David Tománek, Michigan State University, USA

09:45

Effect of disorder on the band gap of a graphene ribbon with an antidot lattice
Massimo Macucci, Universita di Pisa, Italy

10:00

Simulation of contact resistance in patterned graphene
Enrique Marin, Universita di Pisa, Italy

10:15

Transport properties and applications of disoriented graphene systems: twisted bilayers and grain boundaries
Philippe Dollfus, CNRS / C2N, France

10:30

A hierarchical model for CNT and Cu-CNT composite interconnects: from density functional theory to circuit-level simulations
Jaehyun Lee, University of Glasgow, UK

10:45

Refreshments and exhibition
Gallery Lounge

 

Session: Organic Semiconductor Devices/Soft Matter

Session chair: Sarah Harris

11:15

(Invited) Charge and Exciton dynamics in molecular aggregates: simple models from complicated ones
Alessandro Troisi, University of Liverpool, UK

11:45

(Invited) Using nanopores to sequence DNA: what can we learn from molecular dynamics
Syma Khalid, University of Southampton, UK

12:15

Model parameter estimation and adaptive numerical simulation for organic thin-film transistors
Pasquale Africa, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

12:30

A numerical study of fermi kinetics transport
Nicholas Miller, Michigan State University, USA

13:00

Lunch and exhibition
Gallery Lounge

 

Session: Organic Semiconductor Devices/Soft Matter

Session chair: Massimo Macucci, University of Pisa, Italy

14:30

(Invited) Towards the understanding of the mechanism of ions permeation through graphene-based membranes
Paola Carbone, University of Manchester, UK

15:00

Simulation of tunneling based biosensor considering ion transport and electron tunneling
Kyoung Yeon, Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea

15:15

Theoretical study on the rectification mechanisms of molecular pn diodes
Tatsuhiko Ohto, Osaka University, Japan

15:30

Time-resolved carrier transfer at molecular junction interface
Katawoura Beltako, Aix-Marseille University, France

16:00

Refreshments and exhibition
Gallery Lounge

 

Session: NanoHub

16:30

NanoHUB.org – Always “on” enabling global scientific knowledge transfer
Gerhard Klimeck, Purdue University, USA

17:30

Workshop poster session
Gallery Lounge

18:30

Exhibition BBQ 
Restaurant lawns

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (extended):
    24 January 2017
  • Early registration deadline:
    31 March 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    26 May 2017

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