Lorentz Center - Chemistry for physicists from 10 Oct 2005 through 14 Oct 2005
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    Chemistry for physicists
    from 10 Oct 2005 through 14 Oct 2005

 
Chemistry for Physicists

Monday October 10

 

09.00 am                 Registration

09.30                       Opening remarks

09.45—11.00         Kees Hummelen: "Molecular materials for nanoelectronics" (1)

11.00                       Coffee break

11.15—12.30         Kees Hummelen: "Molecular materials for nanoelectronics" (2)

12.30—13.30         Lunch

14.00—15.15         Daniel Lincot: "Electrochemistry" (1)

15.15                       Coffee break

15.30—17.00         Daniel Lincot: "Electrochemistry" (2)

17.00—19.00         Wine and cheese party

 

 

Tuesday October 11

 

09.00 —10.15        Daniel Vanmaekelbergh: "Thermodynamics of self-assembly" (1)

10.15                       Coffee break

10.30 —11.45        Eric Bakkers: "Nanowires and nanoclusters" (1)

11.45                       Coffee break

12.00 —13.00        Excercises and discussion

13:00—14.00         Lunch

14.00—15.15         Kees Hummelen: "Molecular materials for nanoelectronics" (3)

15.15                       Coffee break

15.30—16.45         Daniel Lincot: "Electrochemistry" (3)

16.45                       Coffee break

17.00—18.00         Posters

18.00—19.30         Dinner

20.00—late             Everything you wanted to know about chemistry and never dared to ask

 

 

Wednesday October 12

 

09.00 —10.15        Daniel Vanmaekelbergh: "Thermodynamics of self-assembly" (2)

10.15                       Coffee break

10.30 —11.45        Kees Hummelen: "Molecular materials for nanoelectronics" (5)

11.45                       Coffee break

12.00 —12.45        Excercises and discussion

12:45—13.30         Lunch

13.30—14.45         Daniel Lincot: "Electrochemistry" (4)

14.45                       Coffee break

15.00—16.15         Eric Bakkers: "Nanowires and nanoclusters" (2)

16.15                       Coffee break

16.30—17.45         Eric Bakkers: "Nanowires and nanoclusters" (3)

19.00                       Conference dinner

 

 

Thursday October 13

 

09.00 —10.15        Kees Hummelen: "Molecular materials for nanoelectronics" (4)

10.15                       Coffee break

10.30 —11.45        Daniel Vanmaekelbergh: "Thermodynamics of self-assembly" (3)

11.45                       Coffee break

12.00 —12.45        Excercises and discussion

12:45—13.30         Lunch

13.30—14.45         Tutorial lecture by Gerard Canters: "Biomolecules"

14.45                       Coffee break

15.00—16.15         Kees  Hummelen: "Molecular materials for nanoelectronics" (6)

16.15                       Coffee break

16.30—17.45         Daniel Lincot: "Electrochemistry" (5)

 

 

Friday October 14

 

09.00 —10.00        Tutorial lecture by Siegmar Roth: "Chemical aspects of carbon nanotube research" (1)

10.00                       Coffee break

10.15 —11.15        Tutorial lecture by Siegmar Roth: "Chemical aspects of carbon nanotube research" (2)

11.15                       Coffee break

11.30 —12.30        Excercises and discussion

12.30—12.45         Closing remarks

12:45—13.30         Lunch

                                 Departure

 

 

Posters

 

Christianne Beekman

"La_0.67Ca_0.33MnO_3 From thin films to nanowires"

 

Monica Craciun

"Chemistry for Physicists is: "Electronic and structural properties of alkali-doped Metal-Phthalocyanines"

 

Meindert van Dijk

"Interferometric Pump-Probe Spectroscopy of Single Gold Nanoparticles"

 

Iddo Heller

"Individual single-walled carbon nanotubes as electrodes for electrochemistry"

 

A.I. Mares-Hulea, A.F. Otte, R. Smit, L. Soukiassian, and J.M. van Ruitenbeek

"Shell effects in noble metal nanowires"

 

C. Stan

"Electron transfer in azurins studied with Scanning Tunneling Microscope"

 

 

 

 

 



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