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COMPUTER SIMULATIONS   OF  SURFACES AND INTERFACES

Objective:
The NATO-ASI, Sept. 9-20, 2002 in Varna, Bulgaria, is intended
as an interdisciplinary school on advanced theoretical and
simulational methods used in the study of soft condensed matter
properties and phenomena on surfaces and interfaces.  The
purpose of the Institute is to review
the present understanding of the phenomena taking place on
surfaces and interfaces of diverse systems. The lectures will focus
on the most salient computational methods and techniques which
have been developed and used broadly during the last decade in
this rapidly developing field of statistical physics.

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