E-MRS Fall Meeting 2004

 on-line journal

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Presenting person
Title
H-01 Anna Boczkowska FINITE ELEMENT MODELLING OF THE RESIDUAL STRESSES IN THE CERAMIC-ELASTOMER COMPOSITES
H-02 Kateryna M. Borysovska Modelling the interaction of crack tip with nanostructure, which creating by deformation.
H-03 Khellil Bouamama First-principles calculations of beryllium chalcogenide BeS1-xSex properties
H-04 Sergey V. Danik Temperature breakdown phenomenon in zinc monocrystal in strong magnetic fields
H-05 Zbigniew Dendzik Interaction induced depolarized light scattering and dipolar absorption spectra of exohedral complexes of rare gases with fullerenes and nanotubes
H-06 Zbigniew Dendzik Dynamics of rare gas ultra thin atomic films covering single-walled carbon nanotubes
H-07 Zbigniew Dendzik Structural and dynamical properties of water surrounding a carbon nanotube - computer simulation study
H-08 Zbigniew Dendzik A molecular motor constructed from a double-walled carbon nanotube - computer simulation study
H-09 Dmytro M. Freik Influence of thickness of PbS thin films on the scattering mechanis
H-10 Bettina Heidberg Ceramic hydration with expansion: The structure and reaction of water layers on magnesium oxide. A cyclic cluster study.
H-11 Jacek Jackiewicz TECHNIQUES FOR EVALUATING STRESSES AND STRAINS IN MICRO-SYSTEMS
H-13 Tomasz Jaroń Modelling electronic structure of unusual metallic fluorides of Ag(II)
H-14 Jan Łażewski First-principles study of phonon-based properties of magnetic CuFeS_2
H-15 Aurelian Marcu Ablated Particle Movement in a Pulsed Laser Deposition System
H-16 Sergey V. Ovsyannikov Multi-component structures with varying configuration
H-17 Paweł Brol Molecular dynamics simulations of cyanoadamantane multilayers between graphite substrates
H-18 Paweł Brol Computer Simulations study of solid C_{60} doped by hydrogen cyanide molecules
H-19 Przemysław Raczyński Molecular dynamics of cholesterol in thin film surrounded carbon nanotube
H-20 Przemysław Raczyński Molecular dynamics study of the fullerene - cholesterol mixture cluster
H-21 Przemysław Raczyński Molecular dynamics and dielectric relaxation of nitrogen oxide near fullerene "sphere" - computer simulation
H-22 Przemysław Raczyński The search for minimum energy structures of small atomic clusters - application of the ant colony algorithm
H-23 Anatoliy Senyshyn Origin of the negative thermal expansion in perovskite-type PrGaO_3
H-24 Dariusz Siniarski The diffusion model of nitrogen and carbon during carbide phases transformation into nitrocarbides
H-25 Michał Skrzypek DEPOLARIZED LIGHT SCATTERING FROM THIN FULLERENE LAYER CONFINED BETWEEN GRAPHITE PLAINS - MD STUDY
H-26 Michał Skrzypek FULLERENE LAYERS BETWEEN GRAPHITE WALLS - COMPUTER SIMULATION
H-27 Michał Skrzypek MOLECULAR DYNAMICS STUDY OF SOLID AND LIQUID PHASE OF (C_{60})Ar_{44} MIXTURE CLUSTER
H-28 Mariusz Sokół Cholesterol molecule adsorption on carbon nanotube
H-29 Mariusz Sokół Dynamical properties of C_{60}(H_2O)_{50} mixture cluster - molecular dynamics simulation
H-30 Robert Sot Atomic-scale Ab-initio computations of the B2-RuAl
H-31 Robert Sot Ab-initio calculations of elastic properties Ni3Al and TiAl under pressure
H-32 Sebastian M. Stach Multifractal description of fracture morphology: quasi 3D analysis of fracture surface
H-33 Sebastian M. Stach Multifractal description of fracture morphology: full 3D analysis of fracture surface
H-34 Kazimierz Stróż Symmetry on the plane - the CPD function
H-35 Agnieszka Szczotok NEW POSSIBILITIES OF LIGHT MICROSCOPY RESEARCHES RESULTING FROM DIGITAL RECORDING OF IMAGES
H-36 Jerzy Wawszczak Methods of estimation of the Hurst exponent - the analysis of the usefulness in research of the fracture surface
H-38 Wolfgang Hahn Specific heat releated to details of the vibrational modes for a 2D nanocrystalline material
H-39 Pawel JOZWIK Mechanical properties of microcrystalline Ni3Al intermetallic alloy
H-40 Milan Ambrožič Percolation Threshold Model and its Application in the Electrical Conductivity of Layered BaTiO3-Ni Composites
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