The IWEPNM 2014 took place from March 08 to March 15, 2014. These pages are being retained for historical purposes.

IWEPNM 2014

Announcements

Please have a look at our announcements for the IWEPNM 2014:

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First announcementIWEPNM_2014_first_announcement.pdf
Second announcementIWEPNM_2014_second_announcement.pdf
Preliminary programIWEPNM_2014_preliminary_program.pdf
Abstractbook only available as PDFIWEPNM_2014_abstractbook.pdf
Final announcementIWEPNM_2014_final_announcement.pdf

Scope

The winterschool will provide a platform for reviewing and discussing new developments in the field of electronic properties of molecular nanostructures and their applications.

The scope of the winterschool covers experimental and theoretical work in the following fields:

  • materials science of graphene and nanographene
  • carbon nanotube / graphene optics and electronics
  • carbon nanotube / graphene growth and selection
  • novel two-dimensional materials
  • applications of molecular nanostructures
  • theory of molecular nanostructures
  • biomolecule physics and applications
  • nanostructure spintronics
  • single-molecule expertiments

Theoretical and experimental contributions from research work in this new field of materials science are welcome.

Tutorials, research lectures and poster presentations will be scheduled for morning and evening sessions. The afternoon will be free for mini workshops, special tutorials and private discussions.

Program committee

E. Andrei (US) Y. H. Lee (KR) A. Rubio (ES)
A. Bachtold (ES) A. Loiseau (FR) P. Rudolf (NL)
P. Dinse (DE) J. Maultzsch (DE) C. Schönenberger (CH)
M. Dresselhaus (US) F. Mauri (FR) P. Sheng (CN)
L. Forro (CH) K. S. Novoselov (UK) N. Shinohara (JP)
T. F. Heinz (US) E. Obraztsova (RU) F. Simon (HU)
A. Hirsch (DE) A. Penicaud (FR) C. Stampfer (DE)
S. Iijima (JP) Th. Pichler (AT) Z. K. Tang (CN)
A. Jorio (BR) S. Reich (DE) C. Thomsen (DE)
H. Kataura (JP) J. Robertson (UK) A. Zettl (US)
H. Kuzmany (AT) S. Roth (DE)

Invited speakers

C. Backes (Dublin, IR) V. Krstic (Dublin / Erlangen, IE / DE)
D. Basko (Grenoble, FR) R. Krupke (Karlsruhe, DE)
G. Burkard (Konstanz, DE) E. Laird (Oxford, UK)
L. Cancado (Belo Horizonte, BR) D. Lee (Jeonbuk, KR)
D. Carroll (Winston-Salem, US) F. Mak (Ithaca, US)
A. Castellanos-Gomez (Delft, NL) E. Malic (Berlin, DE)
H. Cheng (Shenyang, CN) J. Maultzsch (Berlin, DE)
K. Ensslin (Zurich, CH) G. Mele (Philadelphia, US)
F. Ernst (Berlin, DE) Y. Miyata (Tokyo, JP)
I. Errea (Paris, FR) L. Molenkamp (Würzburg, DE)
A. Ferrari (Cambridge, UK) Y. Ohno (Nagoya, JP)
O. Frank (Prague, CZ) T. Pichler (Vienna, AT)
M. Freitag (Yorktown Heights, US) A. Pierret (Chatillon, FR)
M. Fuhrer (Victoria / Maryland, AU / US) L. Ponomarenko (Lancaster, UK)
O. Gaier (Grenoble, FR) J. Robertson (Cambridge, UK)
R. Gorbachev (Manchester, UK) S. Roche (Barcelona, ES)
N. Grobert (Oxford, UK)* C. Stampfer (Aachen, DE)
J. Güttinger (Barcelona, ES) M. Strano (Boston, US)
A. Hartschuh (Munich, DE) A. Vazquez de Parga (Madrid, ES)
R. Hillenbrand (San Sebastian, ES) A. Vijayaraghavan (Manchester, UK)
J. Hone (New York, US) C. Voisin (Paris, FR)</