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Symposium II
Computational Science of Transport Phenomena in Materials: Methods and Applications
   
 

Chair

  • Yong Wei ZHANG, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore

Co-Chairs

  • Yuan Ping FENG, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • David J SROLOVITZ, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore
  • Roberto CAR, Princeton University, United States
  • Hua LI, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Correspondence

  • Zhuangjian LIU, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore
    Email: liuzj@ihpc.a-star.edu.sg
    Tel: +65 64191417
    Fax: +65 64674350
    Mailing Address:
    1 Fusionopolis Way, #16-16
    Connexis, Singapore, 138632

Scope of Symposium

Transport phenomenon, the means by which material, energy or excitations are transferred within (or into and out of) a material is central to all areas of materials science and its allied disciplines in physics, chemistry, biology and engineering. Since materials of interest are rarely in equilibrium, transport phenomena operate both in material synthesis, during materials processing, in service. The proposed symposium will address computational modeling of fundamental transport mechanisms, the discovery of constitutive laws for transport in materials, the material evolution that occurs through transport, and the use of transport properties to provide function within the application domain. The symposium will also focus on the development of new computational approaches to transport phenomena in materials science as well as modeling transport phenomena within their application domain. This area represents a rapidly evolving area within computational materials science and one that is central to all areas of materials science and engineering and all classes of materials.

Invited Speakers

  • Stefan ADAMS, National University of Singapore,
  • Mads BRANDBYGE, Technical University of Denmark,
  • Longqing CHEN, Penn State University,
  • Nasr GHONIEM, University of California,
  • Peter GUMBSCH, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
  • Jonathan E. GUYER, National Institute of Standards and Technology,
  • Rui HUANG, University of Texas at Austin,
  • Kwang S. KIM, Pohang University of Science and Technology,
  • Baowen LI, National University of Singapore,
  • Nicola MARZARI, University of Oxford,
  • Francesco MONTALENTI, Universit√† degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca,
  • Su Ying QUEK, Institute of High Performance Computing,
  • Samuel SAFRAN, Weizmann Institute of Science,
  • Stefano SANVITO, Trinity College, Trinity College, Ireland
  • Haibin SU, Nanyang Technological University,
  • Shiro TSUKAMOTO, Anan National College of Technology,
  • Pieter B. VISSCHER, University of Alabama,
  • Peter VOORHEES, Northwestern University,
  • Xue-Sen WANG, National University of Singapore,
  • Biao WANG, Sun Yat-Sen University,
  • Boris I. YAKOBSON, Rice University,
  • Hao ZHANG, University of Alberta,
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