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Scientific Seminar "Supercomputer and Multiscale Modelling of Condensed Phase and Biological Systems"

About seminar:

Supercomputer atomistic multiscale modeling of condensed matter properties and biological systems are the breakthrough directions of modern fundamental and applied science. Everything that surrounds us, including ourselves, consists of moving atoms and molecules. The equations of motion are universal. Getting technique of their numerical solution, you can simulate everything. Theoretical physics is used for setting scientific problems, analyzing results and distributing them beyond the spatial and temporal scales of atomistic modeling. Presentations at the Seminar are cover three topics: materials, living systems and new supercomputer technologies. Reports of both accomplished scientists and graduate students working at the International Laboratory of Supercomputer-Based Atomistic Modeling and Multiscale Analysis (SAMMANA) are planned.

Seminar leaders:

  • Dr. Sc., Prof., Chief Research Fellow at the SAMMANA Laboratory Genri Norman
  • Dr. Sc., Prof., Head of the Computational Tthermophysics Department JIHT RAS, Leading Research Fellow at SAMMANA Laboratory Vladimir Stegailov
  • Dr.Sc., Prof., Head of Laboratory of Biomolecular Modeling, IBCh RAS, .ф.-м.н., Leading Research Fellow at SAMMANA Laboratory Roman Efremov
  •  Seminar Secretary: Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow at SAMMANA Laboratory Andrey Kuznetsov


Venue and schedule:

  • Tallinskaya St., 34, Moscow
  • Date and time are announced
  • Everyone welcome, including undergraduate and graduate students

Seminar Schedule 2020:

25 May 2020 Online Scientific Seminar.
5 June 2020 V.V. Pisarev "Transport coefficients of model lubricants up to 400 MPa from molecular dynamics"
10 June 2020 Online Scientific Seminar.
10 September 2020 I.M. Saitov "Semimetallic and metallic states of crystalline hydrogen at high pressures''

 




 

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