COMPUTATIONAL NANOTECHNOLOGY
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Popov Alexander M. doktor fiziko-matematicheskih nauk, professor; fakultet vychislitelnoy matematiki i kibernetiki
Lomonosov Moscow State University
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Abstract:
The article describes the range of problems arising in the nanosystems simulatio. It requires the development of efficient multi-scale spatial and temporal patterns. The use of mathematical models and computers is a part of the creating system’s process at the molecular level. Creating and using multiscale computational modellling is defined the success of the nanosystems simulation. It is named the computational nanotechnology.
How to Cite:
Popov A.M., (2014), COMPUTATIONAL NANOTECHNOLOGY. Computational Nanotechnology, 1 => 6-10.
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Keywords:
computational nanotechnology, modelling of nanosystems, spatio-temporal models.


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