From 15 October till 9 of November 2018 Professor Dick Bedeaux from the Norwegian University of Science and technology (NTNU) is visiting our Centre for Computational Physics as one of first two International Visiting Fellows supported by the Lincoln Institute for Advanced Studies. Professor Bedeaux is a world leader in the field of non-equilibrium thermodynamics.
From Tuesday February 13 to Thursday February 15 (2018) Fabien visited Durham university to discuss a research project with Halim Kusumaatmaja from Durham university UK and Victor Ambrus from West University of Timisoara Romania. The project aims at combining the numerical and theoretical skills of V. Ambrus to simulate hydrodynamics flows and the expertise of… Read More ›
On 23-24 October 2017 Professor Lev Kantorovich from the King’s College London is visiting Dr Matthew Watkins and Dr Sergey Chulkov for a collaborative work on CP2K.
Dr Xiaohu Guo from the Scientific Computing Department of STFC Daresbury Laboratory, UK, visits us on 13-14 March 2017.
On 23 – 27 January 2017 Andrei Zvelindovsky was an invited participant of the discussion Lorentz workshop ‘Structured soft interfaces: caught between multi-scale simulation and application’ held at Lorentz International Center for scientific workshops in Leiden, the Netherlands. From the workshop aim description: The science of soft materials is slowly moving into the direction of predictive capability…. Read More ›
Dr Joshua Berryman from the Physics and Materials Science Research Unit of the University of Luxembourg visited us on 18 January 2017. He gave a seminar on ‘The early crystal nucleation process in hard spheres shows synchronised ordering and densification’. It attracted another visitor, Dr Richard Graham from the University of Nottingham, who is also… Read More ›
Professor Dick Bedeaux from the Department of Chemistry at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway, is visiting us on 6-11 December 2016. He gave a seminar on “Curvature dependence of the heat and mass transfer resistances of the surface of nano bubbles and droplets”.
Professor Lev Kantorovich from the King’s College London visits Dr Matthew Watkins and Dr Sergey Chulkov for a series of intensive workshops on 19-20 September 2016.
Dr Takashi Honda (ZEON, Japan) Tuesday 7 June 2014, 9:30 am BL0102 (David Chiddlick bld) Large scale simulation of a thermoplastic elastomer with SCFT and coarse‐grained MD Abstract An actual thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) was simulated with SCFT and coarse‐grained MD. The TPE is a polymer blend of triblock copolymer SIS (Styrene-Isoprene-Styrene) and SIS’ where the block length… Read More ›
Bart Vorselaars visits the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology of the University of Waterloo in Canada for a joint research project with Prof. Mark Matsen and Dr. Russell Spencer.
On 4-5 May 2016 Prof Waqar Ahmed from UCLan visited our group and discussed with Manuela and Marco.
Thanks to the Santander International Exchange Bursary I could spend 3 weeks in Barcelona under the supervision of Prof. Ignacio Pagonabarraga at the Universitat de Barcelona. My trip begun on the Monday 25th of January and ended on the 12th of February. During this time I was able to discuss with Prof. Pagonabarraga many interesting physical… Read More ›
Today Prof. Roy Shenhar from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem gave a very engaging public lecture of Nano-science.
On 24-28 January 2016 Dr Roy Shenhar from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem visits us. The visit is supported by a grant from the British Council withing the Inagural UK-Israel Science Lectureship Scheme.
Why do materials melt? Because they get hot – this normally means that the atoms that make up the material vibrate so energetically that they escape their confined environment and start to move around. This notion of atoms heating up and vibrating more and more gets confused at very short timescales. Using very short intense… Read More ›
Dr Danilo Roccatano was awarded supercomputer time by EPSRC (UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) for two 6 months pilot projects at ARCHER, UK national High Performance Computing facility. The first project required passing ARCHER Driving Test :); the second is a collaboration Dr. Steve Hayward from the University of East Anglia.
On 11 September 2015 Manuela Mura gave an invited talk about “Theoretical characterisation of STM assembly of flat organic molecules on Au(111) surface” at the first edition of ICON2 “International conference on novel nanomaterials”.