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THOMAS YOUNG CENTRE
THE LONDON CENTRE FOR THE THEORY AND SIMULATION OF MATERIALS
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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Dr Stephen Cox, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dr Marzena Szymanska
Department of Physics and Astronomy, UCL and London Centre for Nanotechnology
Professor Marvin L. Cohen, Department of Physics, University of California at Berkeley
Professor Yoshitada Morikawa, Department of Precision Science and Technology, Osaka University
Dr. Sherri Hadian, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung
Dr Christopher Race, The University of Manchester
FIRST CIRCULAR for the joint CCP5- RSC Statistical Thermodynamics Meeting on "Advances in Theory and Simulation of non-Equilibrium Systems” NESC’16
The workshop will focus on light-matter interactions involving small metal nanoparticles and regimes when quantum effects are relevant and give rise to novel phenomena with potential for technological applications and advances in basic science.
Within the series of ETSF conferences, the 2016 edition will focus on emergent phenomena in correlated systems. The aim of the workshop is to foster the interaction between the theory community, experimentalists and industry on this scientifically challenging and technologically relevant theme.
The aim of this workshop is to present and discuss techniques and applications of theory and simulation that are specifically dealing with the properties of materials at high temperatures and/or pressures. These properties may include electronic properties (conductivity, thermoelectricity), phase stability, processing, microstructural evolution and mechanical properties.