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Sunday, September 24th 2017

08:30 am:

Summary: Multiscale modeling, theory, and computation have made fundamental contributions to many areas of physical, chemical, and biological sciences. Recent theoretical and experimental advances present new challenges for multiscale theory and computation. This conference will seek to stimulate new approaches and collaborations by bringing together both senior and junior researchers with expertise spanning molecular to continuum scales and stochastic to deterministic methods.

Some examples of talks of possible interest to Physics on the schedule:

Epitaxially Strained Elastic Films: Quantum Dots and Dislocations

The Problem of Small Temperatures in a Quantum Gas

Multiscale Dynamical Systems

Wandering in Flatland: the Wonders of 2D Materials

"Metastability: a Journey from Stochastic Processes to Semiclassical Analysis

Spin-Diffusions and Diffusive Molecular Dynamics

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