Conductivity and Magnetism in Molecular Materials - Gordon Research Conference
Date: /12/13/14/15/16/17/ August 2018, Smithfield (RI), USA, North America
More Information, Contact: kanoda [at] ap.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp (Prof. Kazushi Kanoda), shatruk [at] chem.fsu.edu (Prof. Michael Shatruk)
Official Information:This meeting aims to provide a forum for innovative progress in science and technology of molecular materials. Electrons, the main players in functional materials, have two degrees of freedom, spin and charge, which are responsible for magnetism and conductivity, respectively. Making these degrees of freedom integrated, emergent, and synergetic is a key to innovation in molecule-based materials and devices.
Precise synthetic tunability and control over structural and orbital degrees of freedom in a molecule provides materials with targeted properties in a truly bottom-up fashion.
Conductivity and Magnetism on Interfaces: Toward Molecular Spintronics
Strongly Correlated Systems and Emergent Phenomena
New Aspects in Magnetism and Switching
Molecular Qubits and Quantum Technologies
Superconductivity Under Extreme Conditions
Topological States, Chiral Materials
Molecular Spintronics and Molecule-Based Devices
Novel Materials, Functionalities, and Ideas
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