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Workshop PhysCompTech

posted Jan 1, 2010, 2:20 AM by Igor Lukyanchuk   [ updated Sep 30, 2010, 2:30 PM by Igor Lukyanchuk ]
ARW  "Physics of Computer Technologies" was organized by I.Lukyanchuk,  and J. Eiras 1-5 of March 2010 in the International Institute of Physics in Natal (Brazil). Its   objective was to bring together the world ' s  leading experts, both from  industry  and Universities, working on the problems of materials and physical processes for future computer technologies to ensure  the dissemination of their knowledge and innovative ideas  ranging  from fundamental to   applied  areas   of  Physics.  The multidisciplinary nature of the proposed workshop allowed to familiarize the participants with different subjects, to encourage inter-domain collaboration, and to share experience of different research fields with one another. In this way, we intend to foster the exchange of ideas and methods, to highlight the apparent and the hidden similarities of different systems and approaches, and to stimulate new and fruitful cooperation across subject frontiers, and between experimental and theoretical groups. (get Poster in pdf)

The nonexclusive range of topics includes

    - New  Data Processing  Technologies,
    - Information transmission: Photonics and Spintronics
    - Advanced  Materials and processes for memory Devices
    - Displays and Information visualization
    - Energy Storage Materials
    - Smart Ferroelectric, Multiiferoics, Magnetic and Superconducting materials.

The originality of this Workshop is the gathering of the leading Physicists working for the common objective: construction of new computers. At the same time we don't suppose the common subject of research. The multidisciplinary of the Workshop is the key point that permits to participants to overview the global situation on the future computer market and stimulate their research in the most promising and realistic direction. Workshop will help to the Academic researchers to find the contacts with Industrial colleagues and to the Applied researchers to recognize the basic emergent ideas of the fundamental research trend. Read more...