Session Code: AE

Minisymposium Title: Multiscale Modeling Methods for Complex Fluids and Soft Matter

Minisymposium Description: This symposium focuses on multiscale methods for modeling complex fluids and soft matter by concurrent coupling of macroscopic descriptions and microscopic or mesoscopic dynamics. It will include talks on theory, algorithms and diverse applications of various multiscale methods, such as, domain decomposition method, heterogeneous multiscale method, multiscale finite element/volume method, adaptive resolution scheme, multi-fidelity information fusion and others. With increasing attention on energy materials, bio-inspired materials and material assembly research, this symposium will bring together the researchers working on multiscale modeling to share insights and to discuss progress of key challenges in this field.

Minisymposium Organizer: Xin Bian, Wenxiao Pan

X Bian- Hydrodynamic Fluctuations in Heterogeneous Multi-adjacent Domains
Matej Praprotnik-Adaptive Resolution Simulation of Supramolecular Water Models
Minseok Choi-Equation-Free Approach to Modeling Complex/multiscale Systems
W. Pan-Transport in Porous Electrodes Using a Multiscale Modeling Approach
David A. Barajas-Solano- Hybrid Multiscale Finite Volume Method for Advection-Diffusion-Reaction Equations
Paris Perdikaris-Parameter Inference Via Multi-Fidelity Information Fusion
Raffaello Potestio-Hamiltonian Adaptive Resolution Scheme for Multiscale Simulation
Shugo Yasuda-Heterogeneous Multiscale Simulation for Polymer Rheology
Philipp Neumann-Coupling Four Molecular Dynamics Codes in a Massively Parallel Molecular-Continuum Framework


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