Wednesday July 11, 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.Stanford’s Restaurant and Bar - 913 Lloyd Center Portland, OR 97232
If you are a woman attending the conference and wish to join the Networking Lunch, please come directly to the restaurant. Attendees are responsible for cost of their lunch plus gratuity.
The Oregon Department of Transportation has announced scheduled bridge and ramp maintenance closures in Portland.
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This meeting is being held jointly with the SIAM Annual Meeting (AN18), the SIAM Conference on Applied Mathematics Education (ED18) and the SIAM Workshop on Network Science (NS18).
New advancements in interdisciplinary materials research and technology in all areas of the science and engineering of materials are solicited, including all electronic structure, atomistic simulation, microstructures, continuum descriptions, thermodynamics, kinetics, analytical methods, stochastic methods and computational methods. Of particular interest are innovative mathematical and numerical approaches to materials science and engineering.
About the Activity Group
Since 1994, every 2 to 4 years the SIAM Materials Activity Group organizes the SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science. This conference focuses on interdisciplinary approaches that bridge mathematical and computational methods to the science and engineering of materials. The conference provides a forum to highlight significant advances as well as critical or promising challenges in mathematics and materials science and engineering. In keeping with tradition, the conference seeks diversity in people, disciplines, methods, theory, and applications.
Robert P. Lipton Louisiana State University, USAGovind MenonBrown University, USA
Michael P. BrennerHarvard University, USAEric CancesEcole des Ponts --Paris Tech, FranceGábor CsányiCambridge University, United KingdomJames De YoreoPacific Northwest National Laboratory, USAMaria EmelianenkoGeorge Mason University, USA
Elizabeth A. HolmCarnegie Mellon University, USAIoannis G. KevrekidisJohns Hopkins University, USAMarta LewickaUniversity of Pittsburgh, USA Apala MajumdarUniversity of Bath, United KingdomBarbara NiethammerUniversity of Bonn, Germany Michael I. WeinsteinColumbia University, USA
SIAM and the Conference Organizing Committee wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to the U.S. National Science Foundation and DOE Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research for their support of this conference.
SIAM invites you to show support of the Annual Meeting through sponsorship opportunities ranging from support of receptions, audio-video needs, to awards for student travel, and more.
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