Joint Conferences on Advanced Materials

6th International Workshop on Functional and Nanostructured Materials
10th Conference on Intermolecular and Magnetic Interactions in Matter

The Conference will be held in L’Aquila, Italy, from 27 to 30 September, 2009. The aim of the Conference is to provide an opportunity for a meeting of scientists and technologists working on novel functional and nanostructured materials.

The conference programme will cover experimental investigations, theory and modelling of:

* Photonic and optoelectronic materials
* Magnetic materials and diluted magnetic semiconductors
* Catalytic materials
* Nanoparticle materials and nanolitography
* Nanobiotechnology
* Physics and technology of nanostructured semiconductors and superconductors
* Auxetic materials and models
* Thin and thick films
* Organic, hybrid and composite materials
* Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS): technology and applications
* Physics and technology of carbon nanotubes and carbon-based materials
* Industrial applications of nanotechnology

The Conference is envisaged to include a Round Table Meeting intended to promote cooperation and preparation of cooperative projects, as well as applications for their funding at national and international levels. The meetings will involve industrial partners in directing research towards major practical problems in applications of advanced innovative technologies and facilitating industrial applications of research results.

L’Aquila is a city and comune located in central Italy. Laid out within medieval walls on a hill in the wide valley of the Aterno river and surrounded by the Apennine Mountains, with the Gran Sasso d’Italia to the north-east, it is both the capital of the Abruzzo region and the seat of the province of L’Aquila. Described as “the most handsome city of the Abruzzo” by the Financial Times, L’Aquila sits upon hillside in the middle of a narrow valley, tall snow-capped mountains of the Gran Sasso massif flank the town. A maze of narrow streets lined with baroque or renaissance buildings and churches, opening onto elegant piazzas, home to the University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila is a lively college town and as such has many cultural institutions: a repertory theatre, a symphony orchestra, a fine-arts academy, a state conservatory, and a film institute.

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