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Evolutionary Optimization and Design of Nanomaterials
Submission Deadline: Jul. 30, 2015

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Lead Guest Editor
Prof. Pavel Osmera
Guest Editor
  • Radomil Matousek
    Department of Automation and Computer Science, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic
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Introduction
This approach combines knowledge of evolutionary optimization with physical chemistry. The novelty comes from new, high-risk ideas which describe in a new way (quantum fractals) the structure of atoms and molecules. It is known that the planetary model of hydrogen atom is not correct. The classical quantum model is too abstract. Our imagination, based on our preliminary results, is that the hydrogen is a levitation system of the proton and the electron. That means that we will prove if the new idea of atom structure can produce molecules with the same characteristics which have real material. Next we try to design methods and algorithms, which should be able to design new molecules and nano-structures with predefined characteristics. The methods will be based on evolutionary computation, which are powerful means to solve complex optimisation/design problems. (http://www.pavelosmera.cz)
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