🇵🇱 Multiscale phenomena in molecular matter 2017


The meeting will be devoted to research on molecular materials and it will concern structure, dynamics, relaxation, magnetism, acoustics and other properties as probed by various experimental techniques and theoretical tools within a broad range of time- and length-scales.
Topics will cover liquid crystals, glass formers, molecular magnets, nanomagnets, molecular layered systems, polymers as well as biologically oriented and advanced materials for applications. Reports on experimental, theoretical and computational results are expected. Collaborative research among physicists, chemists and material engineers will be promoted.

Dr Mark Johnson, ILL Associate Director and Head of the ILL Science Division, has been invited to give a talk on Wednesday 5 July.
The conference will involve the following sessions:

1. Soft matter and glass formers.
2. Molecular magnets and nanomagnets.
3. Multifunctional materials.
4. Surfaces and interfaces.
5. Miscellany (biologically oriented systems, new ideas, advanced methods,…).

This meeting is a sequel to a long series of biennial conferences Neutron scattering spectroscopy and related phenomena organized and animated by the late Professor Jerzy Janik (cf. the previous conference at http://www.multis2015.ifj.edu.pl).

Please feel free to contact us ahead of the event if you wish to secure a one-to-one meeting with Dr Johnson.

More info on : https://indico.ifj.edu.pl/indico/event/143/

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Date
03/07/2017 - 06/07/2017

Location
The Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics,

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