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thkarak
3 months ago
thkarak 3 months ago

Dear Colleagues,

Please notice that the abstract submission deadline for posters in  EUROMAT 2017 (17-22 Sept., Thessaloniki, Greece) has been extended until Friday 15th June, 2017.

This is a reminder of invitation to you, your co-workers and students to present your research work at the symposium

“Multiscale Materials Modeling (Symposium D10) ” in the frame of  EUROMAT2017 Conference (http://euromat2017.fems.eu/>http://euromat2017.fems.eu/)
which will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece 17-22 September 2017. (http://euromat2017.fems.eu/welcome/about-thessaloniki/)

A description of the symposium can be found on  http://euromat2017.fems.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/D_10.pdf

You can submit your abstract through http://euromat2017.fems.eu/abstractsubmission/

Don't forget to choose symposium D.10 Mustiscale Materials Modeling, upon submission.

 

Special Issues publications

Selected papers after review will be included in thematic special issues in the following international journals

Computational Materials Science,

Molecular Simulation,

Materials Science and Technology

 

Tentative list of invited speakers (to be updated)

  • Ingo Steinbach, Interdisciplinary Centre for Advanced Materials Simulation (ICAMS), Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
  • Markus Schmuck, School of Mathematical & Computer Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

 

Indicative Topics of the symposium

  • Multiscale modeling
  • Coarse grained methods
  • Molecular dynamics (classical and ab-initio)
  • Dissipative particle dynamics
  • Dynamic force mapping
  • Iterative Boltzmann inversion
  • Concurrent multiscale schemes
  • Hybrid multiscale schemes
  • Hierarchical multiscale schemes
  • Smoothed particle hydrodynamics
  • Fluid-particle models
  • Continuum methods (e.g. finite elements)
  • Atomistic-based continuum methods
  • Fluid-solid interactions
  • Solid-fluid systems
  • Complex flow modeling

 

Best regards

Ass. Prof. Karakasidis Theodoros, School of Engineering, University of Thessaly
Prof. Kalliadasis Serafim, Imperial College, London, UK
Prof. Koumoutsakos Petros, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Assist. Prof. Tserpes Konstantinos, University of Patras, Greece
Prof. Schmauder Siegfried, Universität Stuttgart, Institute for Materials Testing, Germany
(Symposium Organizers)

 



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