About the Conference


The conference gathers an interdisciplinary group working on the development and application of sound mathematical and computational methods in the scientific study and practical exploitation of materials. The conference provides a forum to highlight the progress in a broad range of areas of current technological interest. In keeping with the interdisciplinary nature of materials science, the conference welcomes scientists and mathematicians from diverse backgrounds, including for example, mechanics, physics, engineering, mathematical analysis, computational science and biology.

Funding Agencies

SIAM and the Conference Organizing Committee wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to the U.S. National Science Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) for their support of this conference.

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Atomistic Methods
Continuum Methods
Multiscale Methods
Stochastic Methods
Free-Discontinuity Methods
Computational Methods
Thermodynamics and kinetics

and their applications in the understanding of:
Electronic structure of materials
Phase transformations and microstructure evolution
Ferromagnetic, ferroelectric, multiferroic and martensitic materials
Thin structures, thin films, epitaxial growth
Liquid crystals, gels, polymers, foams
Nanomaterials and self-assembled structures
Soft materials and bio-materials
Optical and photonic materials
Materials for energy applications
Stochastic phenomena and rare events
Damage, fracture and failure of materials
Random composite materials, interfacial phenomena


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