September 15-16, 2002 Moscow, Russia
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR PROCESS AND MATERIALS DESIGN
Satellite Symposium of Nano and Giga Challenges in Microelectronics
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More details of the program will be provided soon. For September 18 and 19, we plan:
We can add more items to this program if there is substantial interest. There is a lot of interesting things to see and do in Cracow, and we will try to help you in making good choices. We will also help in getting group rates for hotel, which can save some money for all of us. Watch this space for new information.
Krakow is an old and beautiful City. It is a home of Poland's oldest university -- Jagiellonian University -- founded in 1364. It is also a place where Karol Wojtyla started his long journey to Vatican to become John Paul II. While Krakow was spared destruction of the World War II, it suffered years of neglect (if not sabotage), as a reprimand for the openly anticommunist stance of Krakow citizenry throughout the time of shadow of communist regime.
After Poland regained its political and economic independence in the 1989, the city shares unprecedented growth and revival together with the rest of the country. The old historical buildings are in the most part restored in the center of the city, and the new residential areas are growing in the outskirts of Krakow. The Cracow's Universities and research institutions are again setting the pace for the development, and the whole Cracow region attracts important foreign investment and partnership.
Please check your favorite search engine for information about Krakow (or Cracow), or click on few random links provided below:
The official site for E-MRS Fall 2002 meeting in Krakow provides a lot of useful information about travel and accommodations: http://www.pk.edu.pl/fm/fm2002/location/place.htm.
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|I V Abarenkov (St Petersburg St U, Russia)||Wanda Andreoni (IBM Res, Zurich, Switz.)|
|Isaac B Bersuker (U Texas@Austin, TX, USA)||C Richard A Catlow, (Royal Inst, London, UK)|
|David A Dixon (PNNL, Richland, WA, USA)||Andrzej Kolinski (U Warsaw, Poland)|
|Eugene Kotomin, (MPI, Stuttgart, Germany)||Alex. Ovchinnikov (MPI, Dresden, Germany)|
|Robert S. Pearlman (U Texas, TX, USA)||John Wilkins (OSU, Columbus, OH, USA)|
|Erich Wimmer (Materials Design, France)|
Jan K. Labanowski Ohio Supercomputer Center 1224 Kinnear Rd Columbus, OH 43212-1163 USA Tel.: +1 614-292-9279 FAX : +1 614-292-7168 E-mail: email@example.com WWW: http://www.osc.edu Jim Greer National Microelectronics Research Centre, University College Lee Maltings Prospect Row Cork Ireland Tel.: +353 21 904345 FAX : +353 21 270271 E-mail: WWW: http://www.nmrc.ie/research/computational-modelling-group Anatoli A. Korkin DigitalDNA Laboratories SPS Motorola, MD EL722 2100 E Elliot Road Tempe, AZ 85284, USA Tel: +1 (480)413-2693 Fax: +1 (480)413-4511 Pager: +1 (888) 955-9787 E-mail: WWW: http://www.digitaldna.com Stanislaw A. Kucharski Institute of Chemistry University of Silesia 9, Szkolna Street 40-006 Katowice Poland Tel.: +48 32 359-1560 Fax : +48 32 359-9978 E-mail: WWW: http://www.us.edu.pl/uniwersytet/english/index.shtml Boris V. Potapkin Russian Research Center "Kurchatov Institute" Kurchatov Square 1 123182 Moscow Russia Tel.: 7(095)196 7362 Fax : 7(095)191 6889 E-mail: WWW: http://www.kintech.ru Jerzy M Rudzinski FQS Poland Sp. z o.o. ul.Starowislna 13-15 31-038 Krakow Poland Tel.: (+48 12) 429 4345 Fax : (+48 12) 429 6124 E-mail: WWW: http://www.fqspl.com.pl