This event will comprise of a 2-day tutorial, followed by a 3 day meeting. While the scope of the workshop is very broad (spanning quantum, classical and mesoscale techniques) the emphasis will be on mathematical approaches, stochastic numerical algorithms and parallel computing issues. The goal is to seek points in common among scale-bridging techniques in different modelling regimes. The experience of the participants is also expected to be quite broad, with chemists, engineers, physicists and mathematicians all presenting talks on both theoretical and applied topics. Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers are particularly encouraged to attend both the tutorial and the meeting. Further information is available on the website.
Monday, June 16, 2014 to Friday, June 20, 2014