Conference

MMM Hub++ Conference 2021

https://mmmhub.ac.uk/mmm-hub-conference-2021/

This virtual conference brings together researchers working in all aspects of theory and simulation of materials and molecular systems and is jointly organised by the UK’s Materials and Molecular Modelling Hub, the Thomas Young Centre, CCP9, CCP5, CCPBioSim, the Materials Chemistry Consortium and the UK Car-Parrinello Consortium. The conference will cover topics including, but not limited to, biological and technological soft matter, functional materials and devices, structural materials, surfaces and interfaces and methods and method development.

14 - 15 September 2021
Time: 09:45 - 16:00
Venue: Online
Contact: Karen Stoneham

In addition to the plenary and invited speakers, we invite participants to apply for contributed talks (approximately 10-15 minutes) by completing the relevant details on the registration page.

Pre-recorded flash presentations
Instead of a traditional poster session, we will take advantage of the virtual format to invite participants, particularly graduate students, to contribute short (max. 3 minute) pre-recorded flash presentations about their research. These videos will be made available to conference participants both in advance and during the conference and we will make virtual spaces available during the conference for participants and presenters to meet to discuss. Within the constraint of a 3 minute limit in duration, the style of these flash presentations is entirely up to the presenter, eg, it could be voice-over-Powerpoint or something more creative. Participants can indicate that they wish to give a flash presentation by completing the relevant details on the registration page. More details on how to upload your video and the deadline for doing so will be provided at a later stage.

Confirmed invited speakers
Basile Curchod, University of Durham
Cecilia Clementi, Free University of Berlin
Clotilde Cucinotta, Imperial College London
Valentina Erastova, University of Edinburgh
Marina Filip, University of Oxford
Matthew Foulkes, Imperial College London
Katerina Ioannidou, University of Montpellier
Valeria Molinero, The University of Utah
Lucia Reining, École Polytechnique Palaiseau, Paris
Karsten Reuter, Fritz Haber Institut, Berlin
Chris-Kriton Skylaris, University of Southampton
Edward Smith, Brunel University London
Kristian Thygesen, Technical University of Denmark
Mark Wilson, University of Durham

Scientific Advisory Committee
George Booth, King’s College London
Richard Catlow, University College London
Georgina Ellis, OCF Ltd
Nicholas Harrison, Imperial College London
John Harding, University of Sheffield
Kim Jelfs, Imperial College London
Chris Lorenz, King’s College London
Angelos Michaelides, University of Cambridge
Carla Molteni, King’s College London
Mark House, HPE
Matt Probert, UKCP & University of York
Andela Saric, University College London
Alex Shluger, University College London
David Wilkins, Queen’s University Belfast


Organising Committee

Hafiza Bibi, Imperial College London
Paola Carbone, University of Manchester
Stewart Clark, University of Durham
Alin Marin Elena, Science and Technology Facilities Council
Arash Mostofi, Imperial College London
Catherine O’Sullivan, Imperial College London
Edina Rosta, University College London
Marco Sacchi, University of Surrey
Karen Stoneham, University College London
Scott Woodley, University College London
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