Non-equilibrium simulation school

2nd September 2014 - 3rd September 2014

Location: Imperial College London

The aim of the course is to give participants a firm understanding of the basic principles behind nonequilibrium molecular dynamics (NEMD) algorithms, an awareness of their advantages and disadvantages, the ability to run NEMD simulations using popular software packages and an introduction to some applications in which these methods can be employed, particularly with regard to industrial problems.

The course aims will be met using theory lectures, hands-on practicals using in-house codes and a session using off-the-shelf software packages. There will be two invited lectures delivered by two renowned experts in the field. Moreover, at the end of the School there will be a session where younger researchers will
have the opportunity to present their research.


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