Symposium on Materials

NSF-SIAM Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Aspects of Materials Science

Saturday, March 14, 2015

The materials science community has embarked on various large-scale computational projects. We mention the materials genome project---a broad survey of thousands of materials---and several deep-mining projects of a few selected materials. These projects offer interesting opportunities for mathematical and computational scientists to advance the state of the art in materials research by developing mathematical models, computational algorithms, and tools for data analysis. The Division of Materials Research (DMR) and Division of Mathematical Sciences (DMS) of the National Science Foundation are encouraging collaborations of mathematicians and materials scientists through several mechanisms (MSII, DMREF, etc.). The speakers in this symposium will highlight opportunities for joint research projects.

Organizer:  Hans G. Kaper, Argonne National Laboratory and Georgetown University, USA

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