CM4–Sandia: Opportunities in Mesoscale Modeling and Simulation of Heterogeneous Materials Workshop
The mathematical and computational tools important to CM4 will be the focus of the upcoming workshop on Opportunities in Mesoscale Modeling and Simulation of Heterogeneous Materials, being held at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque. The workshop will include speakers from both Sandia and the CM4 team discussing topics ranging from mesoscale particle simulations and the LAMMPS Molecular Dynamics Simulator to phase field models and thoughts on exascale computing.
August 30-31, 2016 ♦ Sandia National Laboratories (New Mexico)
Summer School on Multiscale Modeling of Materials
Hosted at Stanford University, CM4’s Summer School on Multiscale Modeling of Materials featured a diverse mathematics program dedicated to fluctuating hydrodynamics approaches, stochastic methods, applications of multiscale modelin, molecular dynamics and continuum mechanics coupling, Mori-Zwanzig, dissipative particle dynamics, coarse-grained stochastic models, and fast linear solvers for multiscale problems.
June 20-23, 2016 ♦ Stanford University
Theory, Algorithms and Applications of Dissipative Particle Dynamics
George Karniadakis is a co-organizer of this workshop devoted to understanding and harnessing the rapid expanding theory, algorithms, and applications of dissipative particle dynamics (DPD), a coarse-grained method designed for mesoscopic simulations, to various research fields.
September 21-23, 2015 ♦ Shanghai University (China)
International Symposium on Fractional PDEs: Theory, Numerics and Applications
George Karniadakis is the co-organizer for the first-ever U.S. workshop on Fractional Partial Differential Equations. The conference will be held in June in Newport, Rhode Island and will focus on sharing international advances in the methodology and applications of FPDEs as well as on introducing young U.S. postdocs in simulation science to these emerging computational methods. More information
CM4 Kickoff Meeting
The kickoff meeting for the Modeling Mesoscale Processes of Scalable Synthesis Project was held in Seattle, WA on September 10-11, 2012. The focus of this meeting was to produce a defined research plan, a technical roadmap, and a path forward in an effort to collectively produce a document for the client that will include milestones and metrics of success.