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Materials Physics and Applications


Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter/
Los Alamos branch

ICAM/Los Alamos National Laboratory is the founding branch of the Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter, which began in 1998 at a Los Alamos workshop and is now a multicampus research program of the University of California.

ICAM’s integrated scientific and educational program includes exploratory workshops, symposia, fellowships, research and educational networks. It has a well-developed communication, governance and advisory structure for its 17 United States and four European branches that represent 33 leading major centers of materials research in the US and Europe. Its activities are supported by the National Science Foundation, the Richard P. Lounsbery Foundation, and dues from its branch members.

The ICAM staff, which is responsible for activities on the Los Alamos campus and assists in workshop and research collaboration elsewhere, is located in the Materials Physics and Applications Division.

For more information about ICAM, visit the main ICAM site at icam.ucop.edu/index.html.

For information about ICAM/LANL, contact Alex H. Lacerda, lacerda@lanl.gov

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