November 16 - 18, 2006
Hangzhou 310027, China
(Supported in part
by Yongqian Tang Foundation of Zhejiang University
workshop intended to be parallel in nature to the one organized by the Center
for Simulational Physics at The University of Georgia in
There will be invited talks (30-60 mins) and contributed talks (20 mins). The number of participants is expected to be about 60-80. No registration fee will be charged, and a double room costs $24 (200 Yuan) per night. Two students may share a double room with two beds. Lunches and a banquet will be offered by the workshop.
If you would like to present a talk, please give the title and possible abstract. The dead line for submitting a talk is Oct. 15. Graduate student participation is encouraged, and 10 fellowships for students are available for accommodation. Please send the CV and publication list for application. The deadline for application of a fellowship is Oct. 15. After the deadline fellowships are not guaranteed. First applications will be given better consideration.
To advertise the scientific
research of all participants, everyone is encouraged to submit
International Organizing Committee:
K. Binder (Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz)
J.R. Banavar (Pennsylvania State University)
Y. Okabe (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Local Organizing Committee:
Y.Q. Ma (
B.H. Wang (
For registration, please send an e-mail to:
B. Zheng, firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 86 -571 – 87952753
Seats in the conference hall are reserved for registered participants.
Rooms in Yuquan hotel are reserved. A double room costs $24 (200 Yuan)
per night. Two students may share a double room with two beds.
On Nov. 15, after 14:00, a registration desk will be set up in the lobby of Yuquan hotel.
Participants arriving earlier may directly check-in the hotel first.
Some participants may be arranged in other hotels. In this case,
messages will be sent to inform you.
Yuquan hotel (玉泉饭店)：
Lily hotel (百合花饭店)：
Jinxi Shangzhuan (金溪山庄)：
Board and tours:
The workshop offers lunches from Nov. 16 - 18, and a banquet on Nov. 17.
Around the main gate of Yuquan Campus, there is a variety of
restaurants for dinners. Participants may join the conference dinners on
Nov. 15, 16 and 18 with 100 Yuan.
There will be a half-day trip to the West Lake in the morning of Nov. 19,
and it is free. An
one-day trip to Nanxun (南浔) or Z
will be organized upon the request of the participants. One should pay 100 Yuan
for the entrance tickets and guides. The lunch, dinner and transportation
will be covered by the workshop.
The extra session in Xian from Nov. 11 - 15 includes an one-day mini-workshop
and several tours in and around Xian. Those colleagues arriving at Hangzhou on
Nov. 10, will leave for Xian in the morning of Nov. 11, others may fly directly
to Xian on Nov. 10 or 11. The co-organizer of the extra session is Prof. Shixian Qu
from Shanxi Normal University. For details, one may contact email@example.com.
1. Arriving at the
Pu-Dong airport in
There is a bus connection from the airport to
about $14. The last bus departs at 19:30. If someone arrives in the
the evening of Nov. 15, please inform us and a car or a mini-bus will
2. Arriving at the
There is a bus connection to
it costs about $15.
3. Inside Hangzhou, it costs about $2 - $3 to reach anywhere by taxi.
4. Bus connections in Hangzhou
Anyone who needs a return ticket may ask for help on the registration desk.
the main gate of Yuquan Campus.
At 07:50 of Nov. 16, a student will lead you to the conference hall from
Yuquan hotel and Lily hotel.
Anyone who needs a letter of invitation for a visa should provide
a Fax number
and a surface-mail address.
Maps and websites:
15 – 20 degrees Centigrade
Chinese: L.P. Shan 0571- 8795 3312 (o), 1385 7194 311 (handy)
English: F. Ren 0571- 8793 3802 1358 8129 805 (handy)
B. Zheng 0571- 8795 2753 (o), 1381 9494 123 (handy)
K. Awaga (Nagoya University, Japan)
J.S. Cao (MIT, USA)
M.Y. Choi (Seoul National University, Korea)
M. Deserno (Max-Plank-Institute for Polymer, Germany)
X. Hu (National Institute for Materials Science,
W. Janke (Leipzig University, Germany)
K. Kaski (
B.J. Kim (Sung-Kyun-Kwan University, Korea)
D.P. Landau (University of Georgia, USA)
H.C. Lee (National Central University, Taiwan)
Y.Q. Ma (Nanjing University, China)
J. Machta (University of Massachusetts, USA)
M. Novotny (Mississippi State University, USA)
Y. Okabe (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Y. Okamoto (Nagoya University, Japan)
L.H. Tang (Baptist University, Hong Kong)
Y.C. Zhang (Freiburg University, Switzerland)
F. Zhong (Zhongshan University, China)
H. Okumura (Nagoya University, Japan)
W.X. Zhou (East China Univ. of Science and Tech., China)
D.H. Wang (Beijing Normal University, China)
C.Y. Lin (National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan)
(National Institute for Materials Science,
F. Roshani (Alzahra University, Iran)
B. Wang (Sung-Kyun-Kwan University, Korea)
V.V. Prudnikov (Omsk University, Russia)
P.V. Prudnikov (Omsk University, Russia)
J.W. Mao (Huzhou Normal University, China)