EMMC-eSSENCE Multiscale Modelling Meeting 2020

  • Date: –17:30
  • Location: The meeting takes place on the Zoom platform
  • Lecturer: Tejs Vegge (DTU Energy, Technical U of Denmark, Lyngby, DK), Anatole von Lilienfeld (Inst of Physical Chemistry & more, University of Basel, CH), Peter Coveney (Director of the Centre for Computational Science (CCS), University College London, UK), Jesper Friis (SINTEF, Norway), Barbara Kirchner (University of Bonn, DE), Igor Abrikosov (Linköping University, Sweden + SERC), Gerhard Goldbeck (EMMC, Europe and Cambridge)
  • Website
  • Organiser: eSSENCE-EMMC
  • Contact person: Teoroo
  • Konferens

If you want to have a poster, please register at the latest on Tuesday 3 June. We of course appreciate early registration, but the actual deadline for participants without posters is midnight on 6 June. The e-conference is free of charge. The Zoom platform will be used. All registered participants will receive a link to the meeting shortly before the conference.

Register here

Multiscale modelling (coupling & linking of models) is a central theme in computer simulations/calculations of complex systems, and it is also a central theme of this meeting.  Advanced methods and models are needed to bridge the scales, to combine physics-based and data-driven approaches, to help modellers identify new relations and descriptors, and to embark on new fields, including complex realistic industrial problems.

All these aspects exemplify the essence of our meeting. We will use the term multiscale in an open and inclusive sense at this meeting.  There will be a number of dedicated presentations on ...

o  New methods, models and codes

 Multiscale modelling  (including physics-based + data-driven) 

o  Batteries and energy materials

o  Exciting modelling applications

o  Industrial modelling

o  And more ...

You can see the web conference program on this link

This meeting is arranged by the Swedish national strategic e-science research programme eSSENCE in collaboration with the  European Materials Modelling Council and with colleagues from our sister programme SeRC.