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The Multiscale Materials Modeling (MMM) conference is the world's largest theoretical and computational materials science forum dedicated to the dissemination of the latest development in the field of multiscale modeling of materials.

Our overriding motivation for the 2012 edition of the MMM conference is to provide an international forum of scientists and engineers from academia, R&D laboratories and industry to exchange and share recent advances in multiscale modeling and simulation of materials. Emphasis is placed on new ideas in the form of novel theories, refined mathematical models, innovative simulation approaches and applications of computation methodology to both traditional and emerging materials applications. We will try to emphasize the hierarchy of simulation techniques, coupling techniques from first principles to continuum models and methods that are multiscale in both / either space and time. Also, because multiscale modeling of materials crosses the boundaries between materials science, mechanics, and physics and chemistry, and increasingly mathematics and computational science, this meeting is not simply multiscale but multidisciplinary.

The scientific environment in Singapore is vibrant and advanced, and its R&D is a priority for the highest level policy makers within Singapore. Furthermore, Singapore possesses excellent intellectual property rights and regulatory infrastructure, further adding to its exceptional environment for research and development. Hence, the 2012 edition of the MMM conference has been chosen to be held in Singapore.

A series of interesting and fruitful plenary and invited talks have been lined-up for all of you. We are looking forward to welcoming you and your partners in Singapore!

Plenary Speakers (View details)

Jean-Louis BARRAT, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
William CURTIN, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Weinan E, Peking University and Princeton University
Anter EL-AZAB, Purdue University, USA
Jay FINEBERG, Racah Institute of Physics, Israel
Jinghai LI, Institute of Process Engineering (IPE), Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Ju LI, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
David MASIELLO, University of Washington, USA
Joerg NEUGEBAUER, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Germany
Shigenobu OGATA, Osaka University, Japan
Dierk RAABE, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Eisenforschung, Germany 
Yong-Wei ZHANG, Institute of High Performance Computing, A*Star, Singapore
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