New Horizons in Material Modelling 2020

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The Bar Convent

17 Blossom Street

York

YO24 1AQ

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A one-day meeting bringing together materials modelling researchers to discuss developments in theory, algorithms and applications

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This annual one-day meeting in the heart of York brings together materials modelling researchers to discuss the latest developments in theory, algorithms and applications. This meeting will consist of invited and contributed talks, and a poster session. This, the 6th meeting in this series, will have three sessions, with invited speakers who will introduce the three main topic areas chosen for this meeting:

Materials for renewable energy: Invited speaker, Keith McKenna (University of York)

Materials for energy generation: Invited speaker, Furio Cora (University College, London)

Materials for a sustainable future: Invited speaker, Jarvist Frost (Imperial College, London)

Although these topics are the main focus of the meeting, contributions from any area of quantum/atomistic simulation are welcome. At this event you will meet with leading researchers working with quantum / atomistic simulations from across the UK. Begin the New Year with a simulation! We look forward to meeting you in York next January.

Attendees are invited to submit posters and/or talks to this meeting. You can submit details of these through the registration form. If you are submitting an abstract please ensure it is no more than 200 words and is submitted alongside your event registration before Friday 6 December.

Posters should be submitted in the same way, however only a poster title is required.

You do not have to submit an abstract in order to register.

Thanks to the generous sponsorship of CCP5, CCP9 and UKCP, there are no registration fees.

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YO24 1AQ

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