Workshop SiMaDes-II

Disordered systems in condensed matter, for example liquids and glasses, constitute a considerable challenge for experimentalists looking to establish atomistic detail of structure and dynamics. Atomistic simulations, combined with experimental investigations, therefore have an important role to play in revealing accurate information about structure and dynamics on different time and length scales. In particular, DFT-based simulations offer an unprecedented level of accuracy in this field.
SimaDes-II follows on from a small simulation meeting held in Strasbourg in 2006. This meeting will be held the 31th of January and the 1st of February 2008 at the Institut Laue Langevin (ILL), on the site which also hosts the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), in order to bring simulators and theoreticians, present at the first meeting, together with experimentalists. In order to preserve the character of the meeting, favouring easy and effective exchange between participants, this meeting will focus on disordered systems in condensed matter.

Contacts : Mark Johnson et Alain Pasturel

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