THOMAS YOUNG CENTRE EVENTS

The Thomas Young Centre organises many different kinds of scientific events on the theory and simulation of materials, including Highlight Seminars, Soirees and Workshops...

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Please note that the TYC has funding for a wide range of events and visitors and we always welcome suggestions of these from TYC members.  If there is anyone you would particularly like to invite to speak, or are interested in running an event yourselves, please let us know by emailing tyc-administrator@ucl.ac.uk.

Soiree
02/09/2014
Tuesday September 2, 2014

Prof. David M. Heyes, Tribology, Mechanical Engineering , Imperial College London. 

Prof. Bjorn Hafskjold, NTNU.

G20 Royal School of Mines, Imperial College
Seminar
03/09/2014
Wednesday September 3, 2014

Chris Lorenz, Theory & Simulation of Condensed Matter, Physics Department, King’s College London

Lecture Theatre C, 12-13, Department of Chemistry, Imperial College
Soiree
04/09/2014
Thursday September 4
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Professor Yangming Ma, State Key Lab of Superhard Materials, Jilin University, China.

Professor Dario Alfe, Department of Earth Sciences, University College London

Room E3/7, Physics Building, UCL
Local
09/09/2014
Tuesday September 9, 2014
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Pascal Pochet, CEA, Grenoble

Room 630, Blackett Laboratory (Dept of Physics), Imperial College London
Workshop
19/09/2014
17 - 19th September 2014
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CECAM-HQ-EPFL, Switzerland
Workshop
20/09/2014
Monday 15th - Friday 19th September 2014
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MSSC2014 - Ab initio Modelling in Solid State Chemistry

This week long school provides an introduction to the capabilities of quantum mechanical simulation and to the practical use of CRYSTAL.

Imperial College
Other
12/11/2014
Wednesday November 12, 2014

Prof Michael Levitt, Stanford University - Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013

Birth and future of multi-scale modeling of macromolecules

Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus, King’s College London
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