Workshop on large scale simulations in materials science and biophysics

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The application of atomistic methods to problems of materials science and biophysics is hindered by complexity introduced by the large number of components involved. Significant progress in both biological physics and materials science have been made which apply electronic structure theory or atomistic (or coarse-grained) simulation techniques to uncover the new science and understanding in theses areas The goal of the Workshop is to highlight algorithmic developments, applications, and new science developments in both biological and materials science. The workshop brings together both theorists and experimentalists working on applied problems of practical importance. The program is focused on but not limited to novel methods of computations and their application to large scale simulations of biomolecules, cells, viruses, semiconductor and oxide materials and devices, and novel materials and their synthesis.


Arizona State University, P.O. Box 871504, Tempe, AZ 85287-1504

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