Thomas Young Centre Events Archive

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

See our photo gallery of previous events here!

Symposium
25/02/2021
Thursday 25 February 2021
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Machine Learning: application to Chemical Reactions

Pavlo Dral, Xiamen University

Quantum Chemistry Assisted by Machine Learning

Teodoro Laino, IBM Corporation

Learning the language of organic chemistry: developing artificial intelligence models using existing knowledge

Luca Ghiringhelli, Fritz Haber Institute

Bridging scales with symbolic inference: the case of heterogeneous catalysis

Zoom
Local
15/02/2021
Monday 15th February 2021
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Gabriele Coiana

Department of Materials

Online
Local
01/02/2021
Monday 1st February 2021
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Matthew Okenyi

Department of Materials

Online
Highlight Seminar
21/01/2021
Thursday 21 January 2021
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A quantum future of materials simulations

Matthias Troyer, Microsoft

Zoom
Local
18/01/2021
Monday 18th January
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Tomos Wells

Department of Materials

Online
Local
14/12/2020
Monday 14th December 2020
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Multi-scale modelling of alloys, high entropy alloys (HEAs) and molten salts using MEAMfit, and high temperature properties of refractory materials including HEAs from ab initio

Dr Andrew Duff

Science and Technology Facilities Council

Online
Symposium
03/12/2020
Thursday 3 December 2020
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Disordered and amorphous functional materials

The symposium will bring together experimentalists and modellers to discuss challenges in understanding and predicting the properties of disordered and amorphous functional materials.

Modelling amorphous materials with machine-learning-driven simulations, Volker Deringer, University of Oxford

Fundamentals of Amorphous Oxide Semiconductors, Julia Medvedeva, Missouri University of Science and Technology

Hidden vacancy-network polymorphism of Prussian Blue analogues, Andrew Goodwin, University of Oxford

Computing electrical conduction pathways in materials, David Drabold, Ohio University

Zoom
Local
30/11/2020
Monday 30 November 2020
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Using coarse-grained molecular dynamics to understand clay behaviour

Sara Bandera, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London

Online
Highlight
19/11/2020
Thursday 19 November 2020
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The exact factorization: A predictive first-principles approach to non-adiabatic dynamics

Professor Eberhard Gross, Fritz Haber Center, Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University Jerusalem

Zoom
Local
16/11/2020
Monday 16 November 2020
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Zachary Goodwin

Department of Materials

Online
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