MMM Hub Conference 2018

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

Wednesday 5th - Friday 7th September 2018
Time: 1.30pm Wednesday 5th to 12.30pm Friday 7th
Venue: Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London
Contact: Karen Stoneham
Tel: 0207 679 7306

The Thomas Young Centre and its partners; the University of Kent, University of Oxford, Queen’s University Belfast and the University of Southampton are proud to present the MMM Hub Conference 2018. 

The conference will be a marrying of HPC and materials modeling, with the aim of increasing cohesion across the UK modelling community, involving an impressive lineup of prominent international and UK based speakers, joining us to talk about and discuss their recent research in materials modelling and HPC-related research. 

Addressing the future of HPC, the development of new architectures and possible new Exascale initiatives, the conference will be packed with with fascinating talks, and we are pleased to host representatives from Intel and OCF Plc.

Register here.  The deadline for registration is Friday 3rd August 2018. 

We invite poster submissions which will be on display throughout the conference.  If you would like to present a poster of your research at the meeting, please submit your application here.  The deadline to submit title and abstract is Monday 16th July 2018.


Prof Marivi Fernandez-Serra - Stony Brook University
Prof Marie-Pierre Gaigeot - Universite d'Evry-Val-D'Essonne
Prof. Dr. Thomas Schultess - ETH Zürich
Prof Renata Wentzcovitch - Columbia University
Prof Yanming Ma - Jilin University
Prof. Dr. Stefaan Cottenier - Ghent University
Prof Fred Manby - University of Bristol
Dr Jean-Laurent Philippe– Senior HPC Technical Specialist


Prof Carla Molteni – King’s College London
Dr James Price – University of Bristol
Dr Andrea Zen – University College London
Dr Kim Jelfs – Imperial College London
Dr Laura Ratcliff – Imperial College London
Mr Lucas Verga – University of Southampton
Dr George Booth – King’s College London
Dr Andrew Morris – University of Birmingham
Dr Gareth Tribello – Queen’s University Belfast


Prof Alessandro De Vita, TYC, King's College London
Ms Georgina Ellis, OCF Plc
Prof Angelos Michaelides, TYC University College London
Prof Arash Mostofi, TYC Imperial College London
Ms Claire O'Toole, OCF Plc
Prof Chris Pickard, University of Cambridge
Prof Matt Probert, UKCP, University of York
Ms Karen Stoneham, TYC, University College London
Dr Scott Woodley, MCC, University College London


United Kingdom Car-Parrinello Consortium (UKCP), Materials Chemistry Consortium (MCC), OCF plc and Intel Corporation


Being located in central London means there are plenty of hotel options nearby to suit a variety of budgets. We have created a list of those in close proximity to assist with your preparations however we do not provide a booking service for accommodation and you will need to make your own arrangements:

The Royal National Hotel
The Tavistock Hotel
Ambassadors Bloomsbury
Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury


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