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Molecular Dynamics

2-5 April 2013

Organisers: Florian Theil, David Quigley

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This will be the first of two joint meetings between CCP5, the UK's long established Computational Collaborative Project on condensed phase simulations, and MDNet a Mathematical-Chemical network focusing on mathematical challenges in molecular dynamics.

The theme of the meeting will be quantification of quality in atomistic and molecular simulations, through which we hope to explore diagnostics for MD simulations, the limits of existing long timescale methods, and enhancing uptake of new simulation methods by bridging the gap between prototype implementations and widely used packages.

This meeting is supported by EPSRC funds awarded for the purposes of widening participation in CCP5.

Invited speakers

  • Ruslan Davidchack (Leicester)
  • Ben Leimkuhler (Edinburgh)
  • Carsten Hartmann (FU Berlin)
  • Robert Jack (Bath)
  • Christophe Schuette (FU Berlin)
  • Mikhail Tretyakov (Nottingham)
  • Frank Pinski (U. Cincinnati)
  • Mark Tuckerman (NYU)
  • Normand Mousseau (U Montreal)
  • Peter Bolhuis (Amsterdam)


Registration for this meeting is now closed.

There will be no fee for participation in the meeting. Funding for travel and accomodation will be made available to invited speakers in the first instance. Some funding may be made available to other participants, with priority given to those contributing abstracts. A limited number of rooms are available on campus, which will be made available to invited speakers in the first instance. Other participants will need to organise their own accomodation locally.


The meeting will start with an informal wine reception on the evening of 2nd April. A schedule of talks can be found at the link below.



For those eligible to claim expenses for attending the meeting, please use the form below. Password for access and details of where to send the form will be communicated via E-mail. Some participants have already been given an alternative means to claim their expenses via the Warwick Mathematics Institute, which should be used instead.

UoB expense form

Aerial photograph of Maths Houses

See also:
Mathematics Research Centre
Mathematical Interdisciplinary Research at Warwick (MIR@W)
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