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European Molecular Liquids Group (EMLG) Annual Meeting on the Physical Chemistry of Liquids. Novel Approaches to the Structure and Dynamics of Liquids: Experiments, Theories, and Simulations, 6-15 September 2002, Rhodes, Greece

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This meeting, held jointly with the Japanese Molecular Liquids Group (JMLG), is planned as an advanced school with discussions and a workshop aimed at graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers entering the field or wanting to bring up to date their knowledge of recent developments in fields related to molecular liquids.

Lecture topics will include classical spectroscopies, analytical theories of liquids (microscopic description), thermodynamics and phenomenological description, structure determination (microstructure), simulations, and NMR/dielectric. Exercises and discussion will take place on classical spectroscopies, analytical theories and applications, and simulations. There will be a seminar on time-resolved spectroscopies. In addition, special topics will be considered, including classical/quantum simulations, diffusion methods, exotic methods for structure determination (e.g., EXAFS), supercritical state, sound techniques, proton and electron transfer, energy relaxation, inhomogeneous and interfacial systems, and confined liquids. Approximately 90 scientific participants are expected to attend EMLG 2000.

For more information, contact Prof. Dr. Jannis Samios; E-mail: [email protected]; Tel.: +30 1 7274534 or +30 1 7274751; Fax: +30 1 7274752.

> Announcement published in Chem. Int. 23(5), 2001

* Sponsorship by IUPAC attests to the quality of the scientific program and indicates the host country's assurance that scientists from all countries may participate.
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