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Photos from the Conference!

The carbon2004 team would like to thank all the participants, sponsors, and exhibitors for making the Conference a success.

The Participants List is now available. [MSWord] [pdf].

Arrival Information is now available on the Notice Board.

Final technical program now available: Download MSWord, Download PDF.

Providence's summer tourist season is very busy! Book your hotel rooms today! (See "Housing and Travel" for details.) The Providence Biltmore still has rooms available!

The Colloquium on Carbon Nanoforms is now full. Address questions to [email protected].

The Carbon community sends its heartfelt wishes for a complete and rapid recovery to Sumio Iijima, who is hospitalized and unable to travel. The Monday plenary lecture will now be given by one of Professor Iijima's collaborators and our long-time carbon colleague Katsumi Kaneko (see Scientific Program).

Register for Accompanying Persons' Day Tours.

The Notice Board is up and running!

Welcome to Carbon2004, the leading international meeting dedicated to the science and technology of carbon materials. Currently there is tremendous excitement in the carbon field, and this meeting serves as an interdisciplinary forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent research results. The meeting covers synthesis, structure, properties, and applications of diverse carbon materials ranging from nanotubes and fullerenes to carbon fiber composites and sorbents; from electrodes, catalysts, and gas storage media to pyrolytic coatings and flame-formed chars and nano-particulate.

The 2004 meeting will be hosted by the American Carbon Society and will be held on the historic campus of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island (USA). Rhode Island, the smallest of the 50 states by land area and one of the original 13 colonies, is now known for its ocean beaches, historical sites, and the maritime city of Newport with its elegant mansions and large collection of pre-revolutionary buildings. Providence Rhode Island is also close to Boston (100 km) and to the summer playground of Cape Cod (100 km) (see map).

The meeting site will be served by the newly renovated T.F. Green Airport (PVD) which serves Providence, with low-cost connecting flights from New York and many other major cities. Some international visitors may choose to arrive in Boston and travel to Providence by car or airport coach service, with an approximate travel time of 1 hour.

The Organizers:
Joseph Calo, Beth Hurt, Robert Hurt, Eric Suuberg
and the American Carbon Society


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