15-18 September 2014
Organizers: Giovanni Leoni (CMU), Christoph Ortner (Warwick) and Florian Theil (Warwick)
The topic of the workshop is the interplay between microscopic material models and the corresponding macroscopic continuum theories. The development of methods which couple multiple length and time scales is one of the key challenges of the 21st century and requires significant mathematical input. The workshop will cover recent developments in dislocation theory, phase field crystals, coarse-grained simulation methods and stochastic modelling.
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Elisa Davoli (CMU)
Vikram Deshpande (Cambridge)
Ken Elder (Oakland)
Tom Hudson (Oxford, ENPC Paris)
Hosni Indrissi (Antwerp)
Dennis Kochmann (Caltech)
Charalambos Makridakis (Sussex)
Michael Ortiz (Caltech)
Andrey Pyatnitskiy (Narvik)
Marcello Ponsiglione (La Sapienza)
Arnd Scheel (UMN)
Benedikt Wirth (Münster)
Nicholas Zabaras (Cornell)
This workshop is funded by
ERC - Starting Grant "Multiscale Simulation of Crystal Defects"
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