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About Rutgers University

The New Brunswick campus of Rutgers University is a founding member of the “Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter” or ICAM. ICAM is an “Institute without Walls” : an organization devoted to the understanding and research into the principles that govern collective behavior in matter - ranging from cold quantum matter, soft condensed matter, to biological matter. Key members of the Rutgers ICAM team are the Condensed Matter group, the Biomaps research institute and the department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. Past ICAM/I2CAM events co-organized by Rutgers members include “Quantum Criticality” (New York, 2003), “Frontiers in Correlated Matter” (Aspen, Snowmass 2004), the “ICAM workshop on Transport in Single-Crystal Organic Semiconductors” (Baltimore, 2006), the Chromatin Dynamics Workshop (Aspen, 2006) and the first I2CAM/FAPERJ school on emergent matter, Rio de Janeiro (2007).

  • Joined ICAM in 2002

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