Network Event sponsored by CCP5 and N8 - New Approaches to Atomistic/Quantum Simulation of Materials.

Joint CCP5 and N8 HPC Network Event
�New Approaches to Atomistic/Quantum Simulation of Materials�

Vanue: Bar Convent, York
Date: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm, Friday 8 January 2016

Are you active in, or interested in, the computational modelling/simulation of materials?�Are you aware of what can (and cannot) be currently achieved using quantum mechanical or atomistic simulations? With the development of new algorithms, the ever growing rise in available computer power, and the�availability�of general purpose modelling codes, the answers might be different to what�you think! In this one day meeting you will meet with leading researchers working with quantum�/ atomistic�simulations from across the North of England.

Invited Speakers:
� Professor Jamshed Anwar, Lancaster University
� Dr Colin Freeman, University of Sheffield
� Professor Roy Chantrell, University of York
� Professor Patrick Briddon, Newcastle University
� Professor Mark Wilson, Durham University�
� Dr Neil Drummond, Lancaster University

This free event will consist of invited and contributed talks, and a poster session. This event will be relevant for beginners and experts alike.

Abstract submission
Attendees are invited�to submit an abstract of no more than 200 words detailing a topic for a contributed talk or poster. Abstracts can be submitted during the registration process.� Please note that you do not have to submit an abstract to register for the event.

Thanks to the generous sponsorship of CCP5 and UKCP, registration for the event is free but is required.� Registration can be completed online. The�deadline for registration and abstract submission is 5pm on Friday 11 December

The Bar Convent, situated in central York, is just a five minute walk from the train station and a public Pay and Display car park is also located nearby. Coffee will be available from 10am and a free buffet lunch will be provided at 1pm.


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