113 Self and Directed Assembly At the Nanoscale

Monday, October 29, 2012: 12:30 PM
311 (Convention Center )
We invite papers on the computational and theoretical aspects of modeling self-assembly process. These include, but are not limited to, the self-assembly of amphiphiles, proteins, polymers, and nanoparticles. The development of descriptions of the driving forces for assembly, meso-scale structure, interactions, dynamics, rheology, and the relationship between fundamental interactions and macroscopic behavior for the engineering of liable assemblies are all of interest. Relevant topics include the modeling of surfactant structures and phase behavior, liquid crystals, gels, associating polymers, polyelectrolytes, biopolymers, and colloidal materials. Papers emphasizing the development of multi-scale models of assembled materials are strongly encouraged as well.

Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum

Monica Lamm
Email: mhlamm@iastate.edu

Reginald E. Rogers Jr.
Email: reginald.rogers@rit.edu

12:30 PM
(113a) Reaxff Reactive Force Field Study of Oriented Attachment of TiO2 Nanocrystals in Vacuum and Humid Environments
Muralikrishna Raju, Sung-Yup Kim, Ya Zhou, Kristen Fichthorn and Adri van Duin

1:10 PM
(113c) The Structural Ordering of Ionic Liquids Nanoconfined Between Charged Walls
Christopher R. Iacovella, Hugh Docherty, Matthew A. Gebbie, Markus Valtiner, Xavier Banquy, Jacob N. Israelachvili and Peter T. Cummings

1:30 PM

1:50 PM
(113e) How Particle Geometry Controls the Properties and Assembly of Nanoobjects
David A. Walker, Emily Leitsch and Bartosz A. Grzybowski

2:10 PM
(113f) Computational Investigation of Organic Molecule Assemblies On Cu(111)
Rees B. Rankin, Esmeralda Yitamben, Erin Iski, Joe Smerdon, Nathan Guisinger, Jeffrey Guest and Jeff Greeley
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