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Research highlights: Nearly perfect structure with specific chirality directly simulated by GCMC

In the linked video (AVI, 9,6 Mb, courtesy of Dr. Christophe Bichara / CNRS) we demonstrate the Grand Canonical Monte Carlo simulated growth of a defectless nanotube. This can be used as a basis for studying atomic scale growth mechanisms leading to chirality-selective growth of carbon nanotubes.

2nd IRENA Coordinating Committee and General Assembly meeting

The 2nd IRENA Coordinating Committee and General Assembly meeting was held at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA, during the NT14 conference.

1st IRENA Coordinating Committee and General Assembly meeting

The 1st IRENA Coordinating Committee and General Assembly meeting was held at the Hotel Mielpalque, Kyoto, Japan on September 15, 2013. Before the meeting, project partners from Aalto University and CNRS toured the participating laboratories at the University of Tokyo and Nagoya University.