Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Union Square 21 (Hilton San Francisco)
#470 - Transport Processes in Nanoscale Systems III (01D07)
This session is focused on heat, mass, charge, and momentum transport in confined systems. Particular interest is on systems at the nanoscale where confinement issues dominate the transport processes.
Chair:Marc-Olivier Coppens
CoChair:Joel L. Plawsky
3:15 PMElectrochemical Investigation of Transport through Self-Assembled Nanoporous Silica Thin Films
Hugh W. Hillhouse, Ta-Chen Wei
3:36 PMModeling and Simulation of Nanocapsule Formation
Maria Hassou, Françoise Couenne, Mélaz Tayakout
3:57 PMMolecular Dynamics Simulation of a Nanoscale Device for Fast Sequencing of DNA
Christina M. Payne, Xiongce Zhao, Peter T. Cummings, James W. Lee
4:18 PMTransport Properties of Hydrophilic and Amphiphilic Molecules in the Two Subspaces of Lipidic Cubic Phases
Yasser Qutub, Wolfgang Donner, Oleg Galkin, Peter G. Vekilov
4:39 PMIsotachophoresis in Nanochannels
Fabio Baldessari, Julien Sellier, Tarun Khurana, Juan G. Santiago
5:00 PMCross-Stream Migration of Chain Molecules in Nanofluidic Channels
Rajesh Khare
5:21 PMAxial Diffusion of Simple Gases in Nanotubes: Modeling and Simulation
Jonathan Pappas, E. Bruce Nauman

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