The training course on Multiscale Computational Methods for Complex Molecular Systems will be held at the Darwin Suites, University of Kent (Canterbury CT2 7NH, United Kingdom) on November 29-30, 2018.
The hands-on tutorial will explore physical models and computational approaches used for the simulations of Meso-Bio-Nano (MBN) systems and the investigation of their structure and dynamics at the atomic level of detail. The course is based on practical exercises with the universal computational package MBN Explorer and MBN Studio - a special graphical user interface and multitask toolkit for MBN Explorer. The tutorial will be performed with the latest version 3.0 of MBN Explorer and MBN Studio released in 2017.
Figures below illustrate the main areas of application of MBN Explorer and the key features of MBN Studio.
In particular, the case studies of atomic clusters, nanoparticles, biomolecular systems, nanomaterials, composite materials and material interfaces, crystalline, liquid and gaseous systems, thermo-mechanical properties of materials, dynamical, collision, chemical and irradiation driven multiscale phenomena will be discussed. Relevant physical concepts, mathematical techniques and computational methods will be introduced, including force fields and algorithms used in molecular modeling, molecular dynamics, and Monte Carlo simulations on parallel computers.
The tutorial is designed for graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and staff in computational and/or bio/nanophysical and chemical fields, materials science, radiochemistry and radiobiology who seek to extend their research skills to include computational and theoretical expertise, as well as for all other researchers interested in theoretical and computational physics and chemistry.