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.

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05/09/2018
Wednesday 5th - Friday 7th September 2018
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An exciting annual event for the materials and molecular modelling HPC community.  Providing a platform for the world-class science taking place at this specialist HPC centre

THERE ARE STILL A FEW PLACES LEFT!

UCL, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London
Workshop
17/09/2018
Monday 17th - Friday 21st september 2018
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London Edition (New Users) - Discovering quantum-mechanical simulations with CRYSTAL 

London (UK), September 17-21, 2018

imperial College London
Soiree
20/09/2018
Thursday 20th September 2018
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An Experimentalist’s Perspective on the Phase Behaviour and Transport Properties of Nano Colloids

Prof John M. Shaw, University of Alberta

Overcoming Scarcity in the Scientific Literature

Dr Kenneth Kroenlein, NIST

To be confirmed
Soiree
27/09/2018
Thursday 27th September 2018
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Strong correlation matters in graphene and carbon compounds

Prof Sandro Sorella - SISSA (Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati)

Benchmarking the interaction strength between water and graphene

Dr Andrea Zen - University College London

To be confirmed
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