Symposium and Summer School on:
Nano and Giga Challenges in Microelectronics
Research and Opportunities in Russia
Moscow, September 10-13, 2002
Summer School Reception and Informal Poster Session
Summer School will end with the reception combined with an informal poster session. The goal is to encourage contact between Professors (e.g., speakers and other more senior participants of the School), and the Students (students and younger scientists). All invited speakers of the NGCM2002 Conference, and the participants who attend the Summer School portion of the program, are welcome to submit their poster presentation on this page (scroll down for to the submission form).
As these posters are for informal discussion and not specifically targeted for formal publication, they will not be strictly reviewed, but we expect that their content will promote discussion, interaction, and hopefully even controversy. We will link these abstracts to the program page for the School at the later time. Please provide us with a one page abstract of your poster for Summer School by filling in the blanks on the form below. While we strongly prefer Web submission which requires less manual attention from us, you can also send your abstract as an e-mail attachment to the address: email@example.com or organizers@AtomicScaleDesign.Net. You may want to do it when your abstract contains images, figures, or formula. But please, do not exceed one printed page limit. We can process TeX and LaTeX (provided that you included your style sheets), RTF, MS-WORD, and StarOffice, and, of course, the plain text.
The author, who is a contact person for the abstract, also needs to fill the Summer School registration form http://asdn.net/moscow/summer_registration.shtml (so we do have the necessary contact information).
The deadline for submitting abstracts is July 30, 2002.
The book of abstract will be available for participants at the meetings.
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|Nuclear Cities Initiative||Nuclear Threat Initiative|
|Moscow State University||International Science & Technology Center|
|Elsevier Science||European Office of Aerospace Research and Development United States Air Force|
|Russian Federal Nuclear Center (VNIIEF)||Russian Foundation for Basic Research|
|Office of Naval Research||KINTECH -- Kinetic Technologies|
|Ohio Supercomputer Center|
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|Maria Oseeva (manager)||Dmitry Panfilov||Boris Potapkin (co-chairman)|
|Doug Resnick||Irene Rybakova||Elena Shulakova|
|Alex Volinsky||Alexander Vul'||Alexander Zakharov|
|Michail Alfimov||Vitaliy Aristov||Rick Brzozowy|
|Evgeniy Dianov||Edward Hall||Takeo Hattori|
|Siegfried Hecker||Radiy Il'kayev||William Johnson|
|Sergey Kozlov||Carl Kutche||Gerald Lucovsky|
|Evgeniy Meilikhov (co-chairman)||Marius Orlowski (co-chairman)||David Pappas|
|Vladimir Rusanov||Paul Siffert||Jim Toevs|