Molecular Modeling and Simulation: Science, Engineering, and Industrial Applications
Molecular modeling and simulation are of key methods in research in many areas of physics, chemistry and biology, but also in engineering. Simulation methods and tools are now available in this field, which enable addressing not only scientific but also practical problems. They yield new insights and contribute to finding novel solutions in industrial research and development.
The international MolMod workshops are dedicated to this rapidly developing interdisciplinary field in which science and engineering join forces. They provide a unique opportunity for getting an overview of the state of research in molecular modeling and simulation at the interface between science and engineering. Moreover, they bring together experts from academia and industry, as well as from different scientific communities that are engaged in applied molecular modeling and simulation.
MolMod 2015 will be held in downtown Frankfurt/Main, Germany, one of Europe’s most easily accessible cities, and will start on Monday morning 23 March 2015 at 11 a.m. and close on Tuesday afternoon 24 March before 5 p.m. A social program is organized for Monday night.
H. Hasse, TU Kaiserslautern
C. Holm, University of Stuttgart
J . Vrabec, University of Paderborn
R. Sass, DECHEMA e.V.
The workshop is organized by:
ProcessNet Working Party on Molecular Modeling and Simulation for Process and Product Design (Chairs: H.Hasse, Kaiserslautern/D, J . Vrabec, Padernborn/D)
DFG-Sonderforschungsbereich (SFB) 716 “Dynamische Simulation von Systemen mit großen Teilchenzahlen” (Speaker: C. Holm)
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Shiang-Tai Lin National Taiwan University/TW
Edward Maginn University of Notre Dame/US
Florian Müller-Plathe Technische Universität Darmstadt/DE
Carlos Vega de las Heras Complutense University of Madrid/ES
Thijs J.H. Vlugt Delft University of Technology/NL
» Quantum Chemical Methods
» Force Fields
» MD/MC Simulation Methods and Tools
» Multiscale Modeling and Simulation
» Physico-Chemical Properties
» Reactive Systems
» Nanoscale Processes
» Porous Media
» Processes at Surfaces