Nanoalloys - From Theory to Applications: Faraday Discussion 138

3 - 5 September 2007, Birmingham, United Kingdom


Introduction
The purpose of the meeting was to bring together for the first time researchers from chemistry, physics and materials science, working on various aspects of bi- and multimetallic nanoalloys - ranging from theory and computation, to synthesis, measurement of optical, electronic and magnetic properties, and studies of structures, reactivity and catalysis.

Other aims of the meeting, were to get researchers working in very different fields to understand each others interests, concerns and language and to identify problems and future research directions.

The discussion attracted 72 participants, including 39 from the UK and Ireland, 26 from mainland Europe and 5 from the USA. In all, 15 different nationalities were represented and 14 students attended.

To view the published volume resulting from the discussion please see the journal link on this page.

Discussion Topics

  • Theory and simulation of nanoalloy structures and dynamics
  • Electronic, optical and magnetic properties of nanoalloys
  • Nanoalloys in catalysis
  • Structural studies of nanoalloys

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We would like to thank Johnson Matthey and the University of Birmingham's Collaborative Research Network in Nanotechnology for their generous support.
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University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham, School of Chemistry, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, United Kingdom

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