Swedish e‐Science Education
Winter School in Multiscale Modeling
December 1‐12 2014
Multiscale simulations in modern chemical, biological and materials sciences are widespread and in many areas of research are considered to be an essential tool for a microscopic understanding of physical phenomena behind experimental observations. The biannual winter school on multiscale modeling will bring together world leading researchers and graduate students to present, discuss and solve problems in various areas of research involving multiple scales. This year’s program is focused on ab initio correlated, empirical valence bond theory, quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics, and coarse grain molecular dynamics methods and their applications in biochemistry and catalysis.
|Prof. dr. Frank Neese
Director of the MPI for Chemical
Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany
|Prof. dr. Jeremy Harvey
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
|Prof. dr. Siewert‐Jan Marrink
University of Groningen
|Dr. Lynn Kamerlin
Registration: The school is open for all PhD students in Chemistry, Physics, Numerical Analysis, and Computational Science. To register please visit the winter school website http://sese.nu/multiscale-2014/.
Registration deadline – November 15 2014.
For more information contact Dr. Zilvinas Rinkevicius, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (firstname.lastname@example.org).