Web related servers
See also information in section international.
computer simulation by molecular dynamics, monte carlo and molecular mechanics
of liquid and solid phases project.
sites Web sites on heat: Conversion Factors, Heat Transfer Coefficient...
Institute of Physics
(UK).Journals, books, services, products...
Lasers & Optics
References about Research Groups and Suppliers
Physics e-print archives Reprints
of papers published in physics
Physics news Update
Physics FAQ Frequently asked questions. Available at:
Other specialized FAQ:
Physical Science Resources
on the WWW AIP server
Information about Physics departments and links of interest. Offers a
set of lists of links to all Physics Institutions worldwide ordered
by country and town and a search facility on the
Web through the local Physics Institutions for locally stored documents.
TIPTOP The Internet Pilot
to Physics. The Pilot is an international effort to create a unified resource
for physics and closely related natural sciences on the internet.
WWW physics servers
Physics servers all around the world by country or by topics.
Microscopy and Microanalisys at ANL
EM Yellow Pages The EM
Yellow Pages are intended to provide extensive and comprehensive links
to electron microscopy resources inside the World Wide Web: laboratories,
societies, educational resources, conferences, news and publications, software,
equipment and consulting, data and databases, ....
Located at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale Lausanne, Switwerland.
Solid State, Materials Science
Database Band structure and total energy for nearly all elements
Electronic Structure Calculations
Data for atomic electronic structure calculations. Results presented for
total energies and orbital energy eigenvalues for all atoms from H to U,
at microHartree accuracy in the total energy, as computed in the local-density
approximation (LDA) the local-spin-density approximation (LSD); the relativistic
local-density approximation (RLDA); and scalar-relativistic local-density
Nanocommunity Open and
unedited forum for discussing views, issues, applications and tools of
Scanning Probe Microscopy ( including AFM, STM and SNOM )
Special Interest Group of the European Crystallographic Association
Resources Tessellations (or tilings, as they are sometimes called)
have a broad appeal. For many people, they exemplify how mathematics can
unify the aesthetic, natural and rational worlds. From the art of M.C.
Escher to crystal growth to the mathematics of Penrose tilings, tessellations
fascinate amateurs and professional researchers alike.
June 27h 2001 - SInCris
Editor - Copyright © International Union of Crystallography