Solid State Chemistry Workshop 2006


About the SSC Workshop 2006

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This is the 3rd such workshop in the past 10 years with the last one held in October of 2001 at UC-Davis (published in Progress in Solid State Chemistry, 30, 1-101 (2002)). In the 2001 workshop the relationship of solid state chemistry to other chemical areas was explored. The purpose of the 2006 workshop is to think about where we are going as a field and how we impact other physical sciences.

The nine different major topical Sessions planned for the workshop are:
(1) Synthesis and new materials
(2) Structure property relationships
(3) Modeling and prediction through theory
(4) Societal impact (nanoscience, health, energy, national security, environment)
(5) Industrial impact and relevance
(6) Education (undergraduate and graduate)
(7) National facilities
(8) The place of solid state chemistry within other physical disciplines, e.g. inorganic chemistry, condensed matter physics, materials science, geo-science, and biology
(9) International exchanges and collaborations.

Last Updated on:
March 16th, 2006