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Materials Modelling at Coventry and Warwick

On 23 September 2019, there will be the first Materials Modelling at Coventry and Warwick meeting of materials modelling researchers at the city's two universities. Registration is now open. Attendance is free, and Lunch as well as Coffee/Tea will be provided. The entire event will take place in D2.02 in the Engineering building at the University of Warwick; the location is indicated on the interactive campus map here.

There will be an opportunity for a number of flash presentations for independent researchers from the two institutions to indicate their research interests and capabilities. If you're interested, please do indicate it on registration.

For further questions, please do contact the organisers Tom Hudson (T dot Hudson dot 1 at warwick dot ac dot uk) or Peter Brommer (p dot brommer at warwick dot ac dot uk).

Agenda 23 September 2019


Materials Modelling at Coventry and Warwick: an Overview
5–10 minute presentations by Coventry & Warwick PIs: Brommer, Hudson, Hine, Kashif Khan, Ortner, Poluektov, Watson, Bhart, Quigley.


Coffee break


Discussion Session 1, including:

  • Multiscale Modelling of Materials Chemomechanics: from Brittle Fracture to Dislocation Motion. James Kermode (WCPM/Engineering, Warwick)
  • Kinetics of phase transformation in beta-Ti alloys. Dave Parfitt (Institute for Future Transport and Cities, Coventry)
  • Critical phenomena and Natural Time applications. Stavros Christopoulos (Mechanical, Aerospace and Automotive Engineering, Coventry)




Discussion Session 2, including:

  • It’s all in the Void: the impact of nano-cavities on the functional properties of complex materials. Gabriele Sosso (Chemistry, Warwick)
  • Carbon Nano Materials, Cathode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries, Inorganic Electrides and Nuclear Materials: Computational Solutions. Navaratnarajah Kuganathan (Institute for Future Transport and Cities, Coventry)
  • Mathematical modelling of metal rolling. Ed Brambley (WMG/Maths, Warwick)


Concluding remarks and Tea


Registration is now closed.


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Catering was paid for by the Centre for Scientific Computing at the University of Warwick.

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