WORKSHOP ON MOLECULAR DYNAMICS
Challenges in Statistical Mechanics:
from Mathematics to Molecular Dynamics to
7th - 10th December 2015, Imperial College London
- The workshop will place a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches to Statistical Mechanics including Molecular Dynamics and
in this spirit we aim to bring together researchers from different communities (Chemists, Engineers, Mathematicians and Physicists)
to discuss recent advances, ongoing research activities
and open problems related to Statistical Mechanics and its numerous applications
in natural phenomena and technology.
- Ben Goddard
- Serafim Kalliadasis
- Michela Ottobre
- Grigorios A. Pavliotis
- Johannes Zimmer
- Venue. The workshop will be held at Imperial College London,
South Kensington Campus, 170 Queen's Gate London SW7 5HF,Solar Room.
- Programme. The workshop will start at around 9 am
on Monday and will finish by 2 pm on Thursday. Lunch is provided by the workshop. The social
dinner will take place on Tuesday 8th at the
- Further information: (almost) final schedule, abstracts and
poster of the workshop.
- Accommodation. Accommodation for
all the speakers has been booked at Mercure London Kensington Hotel.
Address of the Hotel: 1a Lexham Gardens, London, W8 5JJ
- We strongly encourage participation of PhD students, Postdocs and young researchers. Attendance is open to anyone interested in the
topics of the conference. While we don't need formal registration from people that would like to just pop-in for some sessions, it would be
good for catering purposes if you could contact Michela Ottobre
firstname.lastname@example.org in case you are planning on attending the full programme. Unfortunately, the workshop can only cover
accommodation and travel expenses for the speakers.
- List of Participants.
- Matthew Borg
- Joel De Coninck
- Peter Coveney
- Arnaud Doucet
- Andrew Duncan
- Gero Friesecke
- Rosemary Harris
- Carsten Hartmann
- Rob Jack
- Yannis Kevrekidis
- Ben Leimkuhler
- Yulong Lu
- Jens Marklof
- Angelos Michaelides
- Andreas Nold
- Miguel Duran Olivencia
- Mark Peletier
- Marc Pradas
- Celia Reina
- Gabriel Stoltz
- Doros Theodorou
- Urbain Vaes
- Julia Yeomans
The organizers gratefully acknowledge financial support from the EPSRC and the Porous Media -- Processes
and Mathematics (PMPM) network.
Special thanks go to
Jessica Baldock for the fantastic administrative support offered at every stage of the organization of