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bachelor's at Física from Universidade de São Paulo (1974), master's at Physic from Universidade de São Paulo (1976) and doctorate at Physics from University Of Bristol (1980). Has experience in Physic, acting on the following subjects: nanostructures, computational simulations, electronic structure, molecular dynamics. Extensive contributions on the physics of metallic nanowires. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The present proposal is for a visit of Prof. Miguel Sam Miguel to the Institute of Physics Gleb Wataghin UNICAMP to continue an ongoing scientific collaboration of the IFGW (MC)2 and the University of Sevilha (Spain) groups. This project aims to aggregate competences in materials Science problems. At UNICAMP, our (MC)2 uses computer simulations to study many problems in condensed matter...
CENAPAD has installed in 2005 a new computer system supported by FAPESP's Multi-User Equipment Program, with the investment of US$ 390,000. The machine is an SGI 1350 system, and it has been in operation ever since with excellent results. Due to the excellent performance and results achieved with this machine, and in order to keep providing competitive computing power to our users, we s...
Some experiments using scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) of metallic nanowires deposited on surfaces were identified as systems with promising technological applications in nanoelectronics, since it was understood that they behave as one dimensional electron conductors. Although, all experiments were done at temperatures between 7K and 12K. Therefore, since this is a fundamental ques...
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