Conductivity and Magnetism in Molecular Materials
Material science builds infrastructural foundation for innovative developments, the success of which depends on the implementation of theoretical models and concepts in real-world technologies. Previous GRCs in this series aimed to understand and explore fundamentals of various emergent phenomena related to conductivity and magnetism (2014) and emphasized functional aspects of molecular materials (2016). This GRC meeting aims to provide a forum for innovative progress in science and technology of molecular materials by enabling new cutting-edge technologies through fundamental research. Electrons, the main players in functional materials, have two degrees of freedom, spin and charge, which are responsible for magnetism and conductivity, respectively. Making these degrees of freedom integrated, emergent, and synergetic is a key to innovation in molecule-based materials and devices.
|Event Location:||Bryant University
|Event Organiser:||Gordon Research|