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Workshop on "Structure and Dynamics of Glassy, Supercooled and Nanoconfined Fluids"


List of Speakers

  • Dr. Austen Angell, Arizona State University, USA.
    "Glass transitions and critical points in superlattices, orientationally disordered crystals and structural glasses: "strong" liquids are more interesting than we thought"
  • Dr. Gustavo Appignanesi, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina.
    "Hydration water, ice-like ordering and means to keep dry"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Marcia Barbosa, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
    "Thermodynamic, dynamic and structural anomalous behavior in confined water"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Marcelo Carignano, Nortwestern University, USA.
    "The Water Supercooled Regime and Ice Critical Nucleus Size"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Juan de Pablo, University of Wisconsin, USA.
    "Molecular view of ultra-stable glasses: preparation, structure, and properties"
  • Dr. Pablo Debenedetti, Princeton University, USA.
    "The Liquid-Liquid Transition of ST2 Water, Revisited"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Jack Douglas, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, USA.
    "Understanding the relation between collective motion and structural relaxation in model polymer nanocomposite materials with highly tunable fragility"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Paola Gallo, Università di Roma Tre, Italy.
    "Fragile to strong crossover coupled to liquid-liquid transition in aqueous"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Juan Garrahan, University of Nottingham, UK.
    "Molecular Random Tilings"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Nicolas Giovambattista, City University of New York, USA.
    "Pressure-Dependence of the Glass Transition Temperature of Low- and High-Density Amorphous Ice"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Tomas Grigera, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina.
    "Dynamics of a model supercooled liquid confined in a cavity with amorphous boundaries"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Daniel Laria, CNEA, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    "Aqueous solutions under nanoconfinement"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Thomas Loerting, University of Innsbruck, Austria.
    "Amorphous and Deeply Supercooled Water"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Francesco Mallamace, University of Messina, Italy.
    "The dynamical relaxation: a possible key to understand water anomalies"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Valeria Molinero, University of Utah, USA.
    "Limit of metastability of supercooled water"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Damian Scherlis, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    "Filling Mechanisms and Capillary Condensation of Water in Nanopores"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Alan Soper, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK.
    "Water structure in the spotlight: is there anything we can say for sure?"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Eugene Stanley, Boston University, USA.
    "Can we understand liquid polymorphism?"
  • Dr. Daniel Stariolo, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
    "Orientational order in systems with competing interactions"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Igal Szleifer, Northwestern University, USA.
    "Chemical equilibrium in confined environments"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Daniel Vega, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina.
    "Equilibrium and dynamic properties of textured membranes"  [abstract]
  • Dr. Eric Weeks, Emory University, USA.
    "The colloidal glass transition in confinement"  [abstract]

 
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