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HMM 2017 — 11th Symposium on Hysteresis Modeling and Micromagnetics
29 May 2017 - 31 May 2017 • Barcelona, Spain
Continuing with the tradition of previous editions, the HMM Symposium has an interdisciplinary and international nature and is intended to be a forum for presentation and discussion of the most recent advancements in the fields of hysteresis modeling and computational micromagnetics. Although special emphasis will be made on magnetic hysteresis, there will be sessions in the program focused on universal aspects of hysteresis, independent of its origin. HMMM aims to bring together scientists with a wide range of backgrounds (physicists, mathematicians, material scientists, engineers, etc) to exchange ideas, methods and ideas, and to present their most recent results.
Oscar Iglesias;     Email:
Hysteresis, Micromagnetics, Magnetism, Nanoparticles, Simulation, Condensed Matter, Mathematical models, Biomedical applications, Spin models, Quantum magnetism, Spin transfer, Domain walls, Skyrmions
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XIV Seminar on Software for Nuclear, Subnuclear and Applied Physics
04 Jun 2017 - 09 Jun 2017 • Porto Conte, Alghero, Italy
This event is organised by INFN, University of Sassari and by the Consorzio COMETA. The Seminar offers lectures to PHD students, medical physicists and young researchers working at Universities or Research Institutes. The Seminar is organized in didactic units on software developed and used in fundamental and applied physics, theoretical and experimental. The lectures also include a full official basic course on the Geant4 Monte Carlo simulation toolkit. Lectures will cover all aspects of the toolkit from basic installation through advanced topics and will be interspersed with examples that build progressively more complex application, extensible to real space and medical use.
Pablo Cirrone;     Email:
Monte Carlo, Geant4, Parallel Computing, Software, Computation
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ICERM Topical Workshop: Probabilistic Scientific Computing: Statistical inference approaches to numerical analysis and algorithm design
05 Jun 2017 - 09 Jun 2017 • Providence, RI, United States
There is an urgent and unmet need to formally analyze, design, develop and deploy advanced methods and algorithms that can scale in statistical and computational efficiency to the size of modern data sets and the complexity of contemporary mathematical models. Addressing this need will require a holistic approach involving new foundational theory, algorithms, and programming language design.
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International Workshop on Computational Nanotechnology
06 Jun 2017 - 09 Jun 2017 • Windermere, United Kingdom
The International Workshop on Computational Nanotechnology is a forum for research on the development and application of advanced simulations of nanostructures, nanomaterials and nanodevices.
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S3PM-2017: International Convention on Shape, Solid, Structure, & Physical Modeling
19 Jun 2017 - 23 Jun 2017 • Berkeley, United States
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SOMA-2017 — Summer School of Modern Astrophysics (SOMA-2017) in Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of Vitaly Ginzburg
03 Jul 2017 - 21 Jul 2017 • Dogloprudny, Moscow Region, Russia
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) and P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute (LPI) announce Thirteenth International Summer School of Modern Astrophysics. The focus of the school is on theoretical astrophysics, including theory and numerical simulation in a wide range of astrophysical contexts such as accretion onto stars, black holes and neutron stars; planet formation; the physics of black holes, neutron stars and magnetars and their magnetospheres. The school takes place on 3 - 7 July 2017 at the MIPT campus in Dolgoprudny near Moscow, Russia. The school welcomes undergraduate and graduate students, and postdocs. The working language is English. The participants can also apply for a two-week program immediately following the school, 10 - 21 July 2017. This program allows selected participants to participate in in-depth discussions of high-energy astrophysics theory and numerical methods, as well as potentially getting research experience by starting small science projects. The first week of this program will be led by Alexander Tchekhovskoy and focus on the wide range of astrophysical phenomena powered by compact objects. The second week will be led by Alexander Philippov and focus on kinetic effects in plasmas in various astrophysical contexts.
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theoretical astrophysics, numerical simulations, black holes, neutron stars, magnetars, circumstellar disks, planet formation
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MICCoM Computational School 2017
17 Jul 2017 - 19 Jul 2017 • University of Chicago, Chicago, United States
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Hands-on Workshop Density-Functional Theory and Beyond: Accuracy, Efficiency and Reproducibility in Computational Materials Science
31 Jul 2017 - 11 Aug 2017 • Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
DFT 2017 — 17th International Conference on Density-Functional Theory and its Applications
21 Aug 2017 - 25 Aug 2017 • Tällberg, Sweden
It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the 17th International Conference on Density Functional Theory and its Applications (DFT 2017). The conference will be organized between August 21 and August 25, 2017, in the beautiful Swedish Dalecarlia (Tällberg).

DFT 2017 is dedicated to the memory of Walter Kohn and will be the following in a series of biennial meetings, which took place in Paris (1995), Vienna (1997), Rome (1999), Madrid (2001), Brussels (2003), Geneva (2005), Amsterdam (2007), Lyon (2009), Athens (2011), Durham (2013), and Debrecen (2015).

The aim of these conferences is to bring together researchers from all around the world working on the development of theory, extensions to new fields and providing a broad range of fascinating applications. We organize sessions with oral lectures, invited and contributed, and poster sessions covering versatile topics. As usual the conference covers five subtopics: Time­-independent excited state density-functional theory; Time­-dependent density-functional theory; Density-functional theory of solids; Strongly correlated systems; Biomolecular modeling and bio­reactions.

density-functional theory, time­-independent excited state density-functional theory; time­-dependent density-functional theory; strongly correlated systems; density-functional theory of solids; biomolecular modeling, bio­reactions
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ACAT 2017 — 18th International Workshop on Advanced Computing and Analysis Techniques in Physics Research
21 Aug 2017 - 25 Aug 2017 • Seattle, WA, United States
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Saint Andrews Monte Carlo Summer School
27 Aug 2017 • St Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom
MMSC 2017 — Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing
27 Aug 2017 - 02 Sep 2017 • College "Dobrich" in the city of Dobrich, Bulgaria
The aim of the conference is to bring together scientists from diverse areas of mathematics, and computer science, as well as their application in biology, biotechnology, ecology, medicine, physics, chemistry, engineering, economics, finance, social sciences, etc.
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International Symposium on Multiscale Computational Analysis of Complex Materials
29 Aug 2017 - 31 Aug 2017 • Kgs.Lyngby, Denmark
SIMUTOOLS 2017 — 10th EAI International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques
11 Sep 2017 - 13 Sep 2017 • Shenzhen, China
SIMUTools 2017 is the 10th edition of the annual International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques. The conference focuses on a broad range of research challenges in the field of simulation, modeling and analysis, addressing current and future trends in simulation techniques, models, practices and software. The conference is dedicated to fostering interdisciplinary collaborative research in these areas and across a wide spectrum of application domains.
Simulation methods: discrete event, parallel and distributed simulation, time synchronization, load balancing and migration, model partitioning, hybrid simulation, simulation-interoperation, multi-resolution and multi-scale simulation Simulation techniques: service-oriented, agent-based, web-based, component-based, symbiotic simulation Simulation software: environments, tools, libraries, and frameworks Simulation performance: GPU-based simulation, simulation in the cloud, scalability, performance analysis Modeling formalisms: DEVS, Petri Nets, process algebras, state charts, and others Simulation verification, validation, accreditation, and analysis: benchmark models, simulation-based verification, workflows, simulation experiment design, and optimization Simulation packages:widely used frameworks such as Modelica, ns-2/3, OPNET, Qualnet, OMNET++, and other open source software for modeling and simulation
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DIPED — 2017 XXIInd International Seminar/Workshop on Direct and Inverse Problems of Electromagnetic and Acoustic Wave Theory
25 Sep 2017 - 28 Sep 2017 • Dnipro, Ukraine
The scope of the DIPED Seminar/Workshop is widening of cooperation between scientists from the different countries in the areas of electromagnetic theory, diffraction and scattering of EM waves in inhomogeneous media, antenna and microwave theory and techniques, and electronicdevices
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Autumn School on Correlated Electrons:The Physics of Correlated Insulators, Metals, and Superconductors
25 Sep 2017 - 29 Sep 2017 • Jülich, Germany
A naive distinction between metals and insulators rests on the single-electron picture: completely filled or empty bands characterize insulators while metals have some partially filled bands. Nature, however, offers a much richer variety of behaviors: Mott insulators would be band metals in the absence of electron correlation while strongly-correlated metals behave quasiparticle-like only in the Fermi-liquid regime. Correlated metals and insulators can be distinguished by the gap in the spectral function. Superconductors form a class of their own, they have a single-electron gap but are not insulators. This year’s school addresses the rich physics of correlated insulators, metals, and superconductors. Insulators show complex ordering phenomena involving charge, spin, and orbital degrees of freedom. Correlated metals exhibit non-Fermi-liquid behavior except right at the Fermi surface. Superconductors are dominated by the delicate interplay of coupling bosons and quasiparticles. Along with the phenomena, the models and methods for understanding and classifying them will be explained. The aim of the school is to introduce advanced graduate students and up to the modern approaches for modeling strongly correlated materials and analyzing their behavior.
Eva Pavarini;     Email:
Hubbard model, metal-insulator transition, orbital physics, exchange mechanisms, DMFT, CPA, QMC for lattice fermions, electron-phonon coupling, superconductivity, BCS, Hund's metals, geometrical phases, Kondo effect, RKKY interaction, Gutzwiller density-functional theory, path integrals, dual fermions, finite temperature Lanczos, density-functional theory of superconductivity, criteria to distinguish insulators, metals, and superconductors.
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