TIFAC - CORE AT SASTRA UNIVERSITY
Advanced Computing & Information Processing
International Conference on Nano Computing - Technology Trends(ICNC - 2001)
16th Dec. to 18th Dec. 2001 - A Report
In the Second session Dr.Maja Remskar, J Stefan Institute, Solid state physics department Slovenia. delivered a tutorial on : Nanofabrication technologies inorganic Nanotubes”. She gave an introduction to Nanofabrication. She illustrated the types of tubes such as carbon nanotubes, inorganic nanotubes. She also gave a review of physical & chemical methods for the synthesis of inorganic nanotubes and conductor for change of geometry. She also shared the various applications of inorganic nanotubes
Goswami,TIFR, Mumbai gave an introduction to “ Optical
Computing”. He illustrated the advantages &
disadvantages of miniaturizing the component. He, also gave
an introduction on optical computers, use of optics in
computer and limitations. He also talked about nonlinear
optics and various applications of optical schemes for
In Third session Dr.David Hodgson, University of Warwick, UK gave a short introduction on “ Nature and means of expressions of the Gene”. He also talked about determination of function of protein, DNA Replication, Gene and Gene Regulation.
Scibioh, IIT, Chennai, India, delivered a lecture on “
Materials for Nano Technologies”. She gave a review of
research developments towards nanometer scale electronic
switching devices for use in building ultra-densely
integrated electronic computers. She briefly explained the
miniaturization laws of quantum mechanics and nano
electronics and molecular electronic devices. She
illustrated the difference between Nanophysics and
Nanochemistry. Finally she explained the Microelectronic
transistor and solid state quantum effects.
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