B. WIDOM, Cornell: Structure and tension of interfaces

M. L. ROSINBERG, Paris: Fluids in disordered systems

K. KANEKO, Chiba: Nanomolecular assemblies

P. PADILLA, Copenhagen: Confined fluids in disordered porous media

N. QUIRKE, Bangor: Modeling interfaces

A. FUCHS, Paris: Stick-slip behavior in confined solid-like films from an equilibrium perspective

D. MacELROY, Dublin: Nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulation studies of diffusion in thin nanoporous materials

D. FORD, College Station: Gradient-driven diffusion of liquids and adsorbed fluids using dual control volume GCMD

F. BRESME, Bangor: Simulation of colloidal particles at interfaces

J. WINKELMANN, Leipzig: Structure and properties of fluid interfaces: Modeling of pure fluids and fluid mixtures by density functional theory

D. NICHOLSON, London: Adsorption and transport of molecules in confined spaces

S. SOKOLOWSKI, Lublin: Adsorption in pores with rough walls: Theory and simulations

E. PIOTROVSKAYA, St. Petersburg: Computer simulation of adsorption of molecular fluids in slit coal micropores

K. E. GUBBINS, Raleigh: Freezing in pores: simulation and experiment

P. MONSON, Amherst: Phase behavior of fluids confined in disordered porous materials

M. SCHOEN, Berlin: Liquid-vapor coexistence in a chemically heterogeneous slit pore

P. CUMMINGS, Knoxville/Oak Ridge: Molecular simulation of supercritical water and aqueous solutions

W. G. CHAPMAN, Houston: Some advances in the study of polyatomic and associating fluid thermodynamics

A. G. KALINICHEV, Moscow: Dynamics and cooperativity of hydrogen bonding in liquid and supercritical water. MD study

G. JACKSON, Sheffield: Understanding dipolar and hydrogen bonding interactions in liquid crystalline systems

P. G. DEBENEDETTI, Princeton: Statistical geometry and energy landscapes in liquids and glasses

C. K. HALL, Raleigh: Computer simulation studies of the competition between protein folding and aggregation

J. BARTHEL, Regensburg: Electrolyte solutions: Past, present, and future

H. KRIENKE, Regensburg: Association concept in electrolytes

G. STELL, Stony Brook: Ionic fluids: Answers to some old questions

T. KRASKA, Cologne: Modeling electrolyte solutions by an ion association

R. LYNDEN-BELL, Belfast: Simulation studies on ion mobility and thermodynamics in aqueous solutions

D. DI CAPRIO, Paris: A field theoretic description of ionic systems theory

L. BLUM, Rio Pedras: Multi-Yukawa closure of the OZ equation

A. CHIALVO, Knoxville: Solvation formalism for high temperature electrolyte solutions

R. EISENBERG, Chicago: The PNP model of channel transport

W. NONNER, Miami: Conduction of ionic channels

G. SMITH, Oxford: Computer simulation of ionic channels

K. Y. CHAN, Hong Kong: Molecular simulation of confined electrolytes

H. HUBER, Basel: Combination of quantum chemistry and simulations to calculate fluid properties

J. K. JOHNSON, Pittsburgh: Developing model potentials for fluorocarbon, hydrocarbon, and carbon dioxide mixtures from first principles

F. del RIO, Mexico City: Effective potentials and thermodynamic properties of non conformal fluids: Model and real systems

A. H. PADUA AGILIO, Clermont-Ferrand: Application of integral equation theories to realistic intermolecular potentials

D. KOFKE, Buffalo: Understanding simulation-based free-energy calculations

D. C. MILLOT, Nancy: Simulation of molecular liquids using polarizable intermolecular potentials

D. J. EVANS, Canberra: Configurational temperature

R. LUSTIG, University Park: Simulations in microcanonical ensemble

B. B. LAIRD, Lawrence: Symplectic methods for molecular simulation

A. PANAGIOTOPOULOS, College Park: Recent developments in MC methods for phase transitions in fluids

J. de PABLO, Madison: Simulation and theory of the phase behavior of polymeric fluids

J. N. LOPES, Lisbon: Gibbs ensemble MC simulation of multiphase equilibria

W. R. SMITH, Guelph: Reaction ensemble simulation: Phase equilibria in the reactive mixture of bromine and chlorine

P. KUSALIK, Halifax: Crystallization of molecular liquids: Mechanism and technique

F. FORSTMANN, Berlin: Phase transitions and integral equations

D. LEVESQUE, Paris: Gas-liquid transition of an ionic system confined to a plane

J. R. ELLIOTT, Akron: Phase diagrams of vibrating SW chain molecules

H. L. VOERTLER, Leipzig: MC simulations of pore-bulk equlibria: Simple and associating fluids

G. STELL, Stony Brook: Some new progress on some old problems

G. RICKAYZEN, Canterbury: Towards a theory of molecular fluids

B. BORSTNIK, Ljubljana: The analysis of the structure of fluids in terms of cluster properties

D. HENDERSON, Provo: The properties of hard sphere mixtures when the concentration of the large spheres is exceedingly small

L. L. LEE, Norman: Half begun is well done: Consistent closures as the other half of the solution to the integral equations of liquid structures