Workshop: Modern Approaches to Coupling Scales In Materials Simulations

From Electronic Structure to Applications via Coarse Graining and Machine Learning

 

Date: 02.07.-04.07.2018

Location: Conference Hotel Jäger von Fall, Lenggries, Bavaria

Conference Fee: 200€ (payable to the conference hotel, accommodation not included)

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The workshop will cover current research in multiscale simulation, with a focus on how empirical, coarse-grained or continuum models can be constructed from first-principles calculations. Registration is now open for contributed oral or poster presentations. To apply, send an abstract to harald.oberhofer@tum.de or johannes.margraf@tum.de. Limited financial support for doctoral students is available upon request. 

Organizers: Harald Oberhofer and Johannes Margraf

Topics:

  • Empirical and machine-learning potentials from first-principles calculations
  • From electronic structure to macroscopic observables
  • Multiscale and embedding techniques in first-principles approaches 

 Confirmed Speakers:

  • Denis Andrienko (MPI Mainz)
  • Jörg Behler (Göttingen)
  • Tristan Bereau (MPI Mainz)
  • Jochen Blumberger (London)
  • Tim Clark (Erlangen)
  • Volker Deringer (Cambridge)
  • Pavlo Dral (MPI Mühlheim)
  • Sibylle Gemming (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)
  • Thomas Hammerschmidt (Bochum)
  • Bernd Hartke (Kiel)
  • Nicolas Hörmann (Lausanne)
  • Anatole von Lilienfeld (Basel)
  • Andrew Logsdail (Cardiff)
  • Noa Marom (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Sebastian Matera (Berlin)
  • Bernd Meyer (Erlangen)
  • Thomas Miller III (Caltech)
  • Karsten Reuter (TUM)
  • Patrick Rinke (Aalto)
  • Matthias Rupp (Berlin)
  • Milica Todorovic (Aalto)

Funding by DFG, Psi-k and the International Graduate School of Science and Engineering (IGSSE) is gratefully acknowledged.

View onto Lake Sylvenstein. © Hotel Jäger von Fall