DySoN 2020 - Sixth International Conference “Dynamics of Systems on the Nanoscale”

28/07/2020 17:28
Europe/Brussels
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Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy on November 23-27, 2020
The Sixth International Conference “Dynamics of Systems on the Nanoscale” (DySoN 2020) will take place on November 23-27, 2020 in Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy. The Conference is co-organized by the University of Ferrara (Ferrara, Italy), University of Kent (Canterbury, United Kingdom) and MBN Research Center (Frankfurt am Main, Germany).
The DySoN conference has been built upon a series of International Symposia “Atomic Cluster Collisions: structure and dynamics from the nuclear to the biological scale” (ISACC 2003-2019, see isacc-portal.org). During these meetings it has become clear that there is a need for an interdisciplinary conference covering a broader range of topics than just atomic cluster collisions, related to the Dynamics of Systems on the Nanoscale. Therefore, a new conference series was launched in 2010 under the title “Dynamics of Systems on the Nanoscale”. The first DySoN conference took place in Rome, Italy in 2010. Since then, four further DySoN conferences were held in St. Petersburg, Russia (2012); Edinburgh, United Kingdom (2014); Bad Ems, Germany (2016); and Potsdam, Germany (2018). DySoN 2020 is the sixth conference in this series.
Topical Areas of DySoN:
 Structure and dynamics of molecules, clusters and nanoparticles
 Cluster and biomolecular ensembles, composite systems
 Clustering, self-organization, phase and morphological molecular transitions on the nanoscale
 Nanostructured materials, surfaces and interfaces
 Reactivity and nanocatalysis
 Electron and spin transport in molecular systems
 Collision and radiation processes, fusion, fission, fragmentation
 Radiation-induced chemistry
 Irradiation-driven transformations, damage and fabrication of MesoBioNano systems
 Propagation of particles through media
 Biomedical and technological applications of radiation
 Related technologies: novel light sources, controlled nanofabrication, functionalized materials, etc