Status: start 1 April 2010 – active Support: EU NanoSci-E+ Abstract: The continuous demand for device miniaturization poses technological and economic barriers that cannot be answered by current fabrication techniques. This proposal […]
26/03/2010: Computer Modelling of Soft Nanomaterials, Christine Stokes, (UCLan, student), 3pm, LE110
Marco and Andrei participate in APS March 2010 Meeting, March 15–19, 2010; Portland, Oregon with conribution “Block copolymer structures in nano-pores” (Poster).
26/02/10: Many-core effects: Scientific Software evolution in a changing environment, Dr Alessio Comisso, (King’s College, London), 3pm, Le110 12/02/10: Effects of on-path buffering on TCP Fairness, Dr Martin Bateman (UCLAN), 3pm, Le110 […]
Read about the University of Central Lancashire appointments here.
Ludwig attends “Solutions in the Snow”, IoP Liquids and Complex Fluids GroupWinter School, 3 – 6 Jan 2010, University College, University of Oxford, UK
2009 Pinna M., Guo X., Zvelindovsky A. V., “Diblock copolymers in a cylindrical pore”, J. Chem. Phys. 131 214902 Ly D. Q., Honda T., Kawakatsu T., Zvelindovsky A. V., “Electric field-induced transitions in perforated lamella of ABA […]
Zvelindovsky A. V., Sevink G. J. A. “Block copolymers under an electric field: a dynamic density functional approach” Chapter 9 in: Polymers, liquids and colloids in electric fields, eds. Y. Tsori, U. […]
2009: Marco Pinna receives HPC-Europa2 Transnational Access programme grant to visit and work at Barcelona Supercomputing Centre. The project is a collaboration together with Dr Ignacio Pagonabarraga from the University of Barcelona. […]
2010-13: EPSRC/EU – NanoSci-E+ (EU), PDRA, PI, £280,654 (FEC, EPSRC contribution: £230,474) 2010-13: Volkswagen Foundation, Germany, PDRA, PI, €86,000 2009-13: EPSRC Case PhD-studentship, PI, £88,288 2009-10: The Royal Society of Chemistry, International […]