Monday, April 4, 2011

The meeting will consist of eight half-day sessions, each concentrating on a particular research area that is currently attracting significant interest within the community. The sessions will address the following themes: Multiscale modelling Interface modelling PDEs on surfaces and geometric evolution problems Biomedical applications, including new modelling techniques and patient-specific applications Computational rheology Atomistic-to-continuum passage, density functional theory and quasi-continuum methods Low order modelling: widening the range of high-fidelity time-dependent simulations Uncertainty modelling.