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CEFC 2024 — 21st Biennial Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation
02 Jun 2024 - 05 Jun 2024 • Jeju, South Korea
Organizer:
The conference will be cosponsored by IEEE Magnetics Society, Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers- Electric Machines and Energy Conversion System Society, and Chungbuk National University.
Abstract:
This IEEE conference focuses on the latest developments in modeling and simulation methodologies for the analysis of electromagnetic fields and wave interactions, with applications emphasis on computer-aided design of low and high frequency devices, components, and systems.
Event listing ID:
1593063
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Knowledge Exchange Workshop on Geometric Rigidity, Graphic Statics and Engineering
03 Jun 2024 - 05 Jun 2024 • ICMS@ London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
ICMS - International Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Abstract:
The aim of this workshop is to facilitate Knowledge Exchange between academics working in the area of Discrete Geometry/Geometric Rigidity/Graphic Statics and industry professionals who have an interest in the design and analysis of rigid and flexible structures, particularly in the field of structural engineering.
Event listing ID:
1593155
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Waves 2024 — 16th International Conference on Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Wave Propagation
30 Jun 2024 - 05 Jul 2024 • Berlin , Germany
Event listing ID:
1577247
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ICMP 2024 — International congress on mathematical physics
01 Jul 2024 - 06 Jul 2024 • Strasburg , France
Abstract:
The International Congress on Mathematical Physics, on its three year cycle, is the most important conference of the International Association of Mathematical Physics, whose current president is Bruno Nachtergaele. It will be a major event, where new results and future challenges will be discussed, illustrating the richness and vitality of Mathematical Physics. We hope that you will all be able to attend and contribute to the success of the meeting.
Event listing ID:
1577246
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CCP-2024 — 35th IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics
07 Jul 2024 - 12 Jul 2024 • Thesaloniki, Greece
Abstract:
The Conference on Computational Physics CCP2024 is the annual Conference in a series of meetings, that are held each year in a different city, treating all aspects of Physics that involve computer calculations, in an effort to explain the behavior of different systems in Physics. The meeting is sponsored by The International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), under the direction of the C20 Committee. The 2024 meeting will bring together scientists from all traditional areas in Physics, but will also extend to the new hot topics, such as Quantum Machine Learning, Neuromorphic Computing, use of AI in large-scale Physics experiments, big data and non-conventional data mining methods with a large variety of applications extending to complex systems, such as financial, and social networks, etc. The meeting is expected to provide a very fruitful environment to stimulate collaboration between scientists in different disciplines. A European Commission official from Brussels is invited to give the latest development in funding opportunities for collaborative projects.
Event listing ID:
1605939
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CECAM flagship workshop: Machine Learning of First Principles Observables
08 Jul 2024 - 12 Jul 2024 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Machine Learning methods have recently found widespread use in areas of atomistic modelling, mainly focusing on developing surrogate models for the potential energy surface with superior computational efficiency while retaining first principles accuracy. However, approaches to learning observable properties directly are just emerging and are challenged by several issues, which we intend to address in the workshop. The event is meant to support the development of a new collaborative, international network connecting different fields of research and integrating the young researchers community with the help of a scientifically diverse, interactive workshop.
Topics:
ML of electron density and Hamiltonians, ML of electronic observables, ML of mechanical & magnetic observables, ML of spectroscopic observables, ML of reaction networks, Theoretical and experimental databases
Event listing ID:
1612114
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Solving the Boltzmann Equation for Neutrino Transport in Relativistic Astrophysics
08 Jul 2024 - 12 Jul 2024 • Providence, RI, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)
Abstract:
The spectacular observation of gravitational waves from a binary neutron star merger by the LIGO-Virgo Collaboration (GW170817), and a successful follow-up campaign by nearly every electromagnetic telescope ushered in this new era of multi-messenger astrophysics. Much of the understanding of such events arises from numerical modeling. An important part of this modeling is the inclusion in simulations of neutrino transport, as described by Boltzmann's equation. Because of inherent computational resource limits and given the high cost of the transport equations and the complexity of neutrino-matter interactions, there is a trade-off between computational cost and physical realism in all simulations. This workshop covers various approaches to solving the neutrino transport problem in compact object mergers and core-collapse supernovae, including Monte Carlo methods, moment truncation schemes, and other techniques.
Contact:
Email: info@icerm.brown.edu
Event listing ID:
1609258
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Simulating Extreme Spacetimes with SpEC and SpECTRE
05 Aug 2024 - 09 Aug 2024 • Providence, RI, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)
Abstract:
Gravitational wave science requires high-fidelity numerical simulations of the expected merger events. The Simulating eXtreme Spacetimes (SXS) collaboration has managed the development of two distinct codes for this purpose: (i) the Spectral Einstein Code (SpEC) based on pseudospectral methods, and (ii) an open-source code SpECTRE, an hp-adaptive discontinuous Galerkin scheme that also includes a sub-cell finite volume scheme in regions of strong shock formation that is ideally suited for multi-scale, multi-physics problems. SpECTRE targets problems in multi-messenger astrophysics, including neutron star mergers, core-collapse supernovae, and gamma-ray bursts. It runs at petascale and is designed for future exascale computers. Our weeklong program includes two contemporaneous activities: (i) a focused SpEC and SpECTRE code developers meeting and (ii) a SpECTRE workshop. The code developers' meeting will bring together researchers who are actively developing these codebases. The SpECTRE workshop aims to provide graduate students, postdocs, and faculty with the tools needed to install, run, and contribute to the open-source code SpECTRE. Our SpECTRE workshop will cover topics such as the generalized harmonic formulation of the Einstein field equation, general relativistic hydrodynamics, the discontinuous Galerkin method with finite volume sub-cells, the Cauchy characteristic extraction method, installing, running, and visualizing numerical simulations, and how to get involved with code development.
Contact:
Email: info@icerm.brown.edu
Event listing ID:
1609289
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Towards Routine Orbital-free Large-Scale Quantum-Mechanical Modelling of Materials
08 Sep 2024 - 13 Sep 2024 • Hangzhou, China
Organizer:
Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics (IASM)
Abstract:
This symposium brings together mathematicians, computer scientists, chemists and physicist to address a truly multidisciplinary issue of enabling large-scale atomistically-resolved, ab initio materials modeling. Such modeling capabilities are required for understanding and rational design of materials ranging from alloys to solid electrolytes for fuel cells. There is a substantial gap in theory and computing techniques which on one hand would be able to model phenomena intrinsically requiring models with millions of atoms and on the other hand provide accuracy and insight which is today routinely achievable only for unrealistically small model systems . This is a gap between a model and a reality. To bridge it, this symposium makes brains from different research fields pull in one direction. Progress that this symposium will help accelerate will mean better computational support for the development of functional materials, with more of the development moved from time-, manpower-, and $-costly lab experimentation to in-silico design.
Event listing ID:
1576836
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correl24 — Autumn School on Correlated Electrons: Correlations and Phase Transitions
16 Sep 2024 - 20 Sep 2024 • Jülich, Germany
Organizer:
Forschungszentrum Jülich
Abstract:
Emergent phenomena are the essence of condensed-matter physics and at the same time what makes the behavior of correlated materials appealing for applications. They are, however, hard to understand at a fundamental level. It is the interplay of several competing interactions — none of which can be treated as a mere perturbation, leading to the emergence of effective interactions — that makes their description a grand challenge. Addressing this problem requires mastery of a wide spectrum of theoretical concepts, ranging from materials modeling using first-principles approaches to advanced many-body methods based on dynamical mean-fields, stochastic simulations and renormalization techniques. The concepts of symmetry, topological invariance and the classification of transitions between phases are of crucial importance to bring order to the plethora of observed phenomena.

The goal of this year’s school is to provide students with an overview of the state-of-the-art in the field of emergent phases in strongly correlated systems and the many techniques used to investigate them. The program will start with fundamental models and concepts, introducing the Hubbard and Anderson Hamiltonians and their physics, and providing an overview of field-theoretical aspects of condensed-matter physics. More advanced lectures will introduce symmetries, Berry phases and topological quantum matter. The focus will then turn to emergent phenomena: superconductivity, conventional and non-conventional, Kondo and heavy-fermion behavior, Kosterlitz-Thouless transitions, Mott phases, orbital-ordering, and quantum phase transitions. The topics will be treated both from the view point of simple models and that of real materials, with an outlook on materials design from the theoretical and experimental viewpoint. The theoretical approaches covered will go from density-functional-theory-based methods to dynamical mean-field theory and quantum Monte Carlo. Experimental lectures will cover phenomena under normal and extreme conditions.

Contact:
Email: correl24@fz-juelich.de
Topics:
strong correlations, Mott transition, Kondo physics, quantum magnetism, superconductivity, quantum Monte Carlo, emergent phenomena, dynamical mean-field theory, materials simulations
Event listing ID:
1616059
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MMM-11 — Multiscale Materials Modeling
22 Sep 2024 - 27 Sep 2024 • Prague, Czech Republic
Organizer:
Institute of Physics of Materials of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Abstract submission deadline:
15 Mar 2024
Event listing ID:
1583732
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Fourth MODE Workshop — Machine-learning Optimized Design of Experiments
23 Sep 2024 - 25 Sep 2024 • Valencia, Spain
Abstract:
MODE (for Machine-learning Optimized Design of Experiments) is a collaboration of physicists and computer scientists who target the use of differentiable programming in design optimization of detectors for particle physics applications, extending from fundamental research at accelerators, in space, and in nuclear physics and neutrino facilities, to industrial applications employing the technology of radiation detection. Our aim to develop modular, customizable, and scalable, fully differentiable pipelines for the end-to-end optimization of articulated objective functions that model in full the true goals of experimental particle physics endeavours, to ensure optimal detector performance, analysis potential, and cost-effectiveness.
Event listing ID:
1614173
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FMAP-2024 — Third International Conference on Functional Materials and Applied Physics
18 Oct 2024 - 19 Oct 2024 • Surat, India
Organizer:
Department of Physics, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT), Surat, India
Abstract:
The conference aims to improve and continue communication among researchers in functional materials and applied physics-related fields. It is anticipated that this conference will provide an outstanding opportunity for exchanging ideas and promote discussion on recent advances in the field of materials & other areas of physical sciences.The scientific deliberations at the conference will cover a wide range of topics on materials & other areas of physical sciences in the form of invited talks, contributory papers, and panel discussions. In addition, there will be presentations by Emerging Young Scientist (EYS) Award nominees.
Contact:
Phone: [+919879456531];     Email: yas@phy.svnit.ac.in
Topics:
Nano Materials Optoelectronics Phase Transition, Quantum Fluids, and Solids Photonic Materials & Plasmonics Nano-biophysics Glasses, Ceramics, Polymers & Composites Surface, Interface & Thin Films Superconductivity, Magnetism & Spintronics Thermoelectric Materials Energy Materials 2D Materials Theoretical Sciences Plasma Physics Applied Physics & related field
Event listing ID:
1619560
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CHEP 2024 — Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics
19 Oct 2024 - 25 Oct 2024 • Cracow, Poland
Abstract:
The CHEP conference series addresses the computing, networking and software issues for the world’s leading data‐intensive science experiments that currently analyse hundreds of petabytes of data using worldwide computing resources.
Event listing ID:
1614080
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Joint ICTP-IAEA Workshop on Monte Carlo Radiation Transport and Associated Data Needs for Medical Applications
28 Oct 2024 - 08 Nov 2024 • ICTP, Trieste, Italy
Organizer:
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy / IAEA
Event listing ID:
1580707
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ZEMAX® Grundlagenseminar
06 Nov 2024 - 08 Nov 2024 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Die Optikentwicklungssoftware ZEMAX® OpticStudio® ist eines der in der Industrie am häufigsten eingesetzten Programme seiner Art. Mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® können die Eigenschaften unterschiedlichster optischer Systeme berechnet und optimiert werden. Die Anwendungsfelder reichen von abbildenden Optiken über Beleuchtungssysteme, Faser- und Spiegeloptiken bis hin zu diffraktiven Systemen. Die Software ist ausgesprochen leistungsfähig, jedoch ist ihre Bedienung komplex und oft wenig intuitiv, so dass gerade Anfänger Gefahr laufen, irreführende oder fehlerhafte Ergebnisse zu erhalten. In der Seminarreihe „Optikentwicklung mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® “ lernen Sie unter Anleitung eines erfahrenen Dozenten, wie Sie ZEMAX® OpticStudio ® für Ihre Arbeit einsetzen können.
Event listing ID:
1602485
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ZEMAX® OpticStudio® Aufbauseminar
27 Nov 2024 - 29 Nov 2024 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Die Optikentwicklungssoftware ZEMAX® OpticStudio® ist eines der in der Industrie am häufigsten eingesetzten Programme seiner Art. Mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® können die Eigenschaften unterschiedlichster optischer Systeme berechnet und optimiert werden. Die Anwendungsfelder reichen von abbildenden Optiken über Beleuchtungssysteme, Faser- und Spiegeloptiken bis hin zu diffraktiven Systemen. Die Software ist ausgesprochen leistungsfähig, jedoch ist ihre Bedienung komplex und oft wenig intuitiv, so dass gerade Anfänger Gefahr laufen, irreführende oder fehlerhafte Ergebnisse zu erhalten. In der Seminarreihe „Optikentwicklung mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® “ lernen Sie unter Anleitung eines erfahrenen Dozenten, wie Sie ZEMAX® OpticStudio ® für Ihre Arbeit einsetzen können.
Event listing ID:
1602411
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ZEMAX® OpticStudio ® Schwerpunktseminar Multi-Konfigurationen und komplexe Optimierung
05 Dec 2024 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Die Optikentwicklungssoftware ZEMAX® OpticStudio® ist eines der in der Industrie am häufigsten eingesetzten Programme seiner Art. Mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® können die Eigenschaften unterschiedlichster optischer Systeme berechnet und optimiert werden. Die Anwendungsfelder reichen von abbildenden Optiken über Beleuchtungssysteme, Faser- und Spiegeloptiken bis hin zu diffraktiven Systemen. Die Software ist ausgesprochen leistungsfähig, jedoch ist ihre Bedienung komplex und oft wenig intuitiv, so dass gerade Anfänger Gefahr laufen, irreführende oder fehlerhafte Ergebnisse zu erhalten. In der Seminarreihe „Optikentwicklung mit ZEMAX® OpticStudio® “ lernen Sie unter Anleitung eines erfahrenen Dozenten, wie Sie ZEMAX® OpticStudio ® für Ihre Arbeit einsetzen können.
Event listing ID:
1602412
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Mathematics & Computation (M&C) 2025
27 Apr 2025 - 30 Apr 2025 • Denver, CO, United States
Organizer:
American Nuclear Society (ANS)
Event listing ID:
1577439
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COMPUMAG 2025 — The 24th International Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields
22 Jun 2025 - 26 Jun 2025 • Naples, Italy
Abstract:
COMPUMAG 2025, the 24th International Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields, will be held in Naples, Italy, from June 22 to 25, 2025. It is co-organized by 9 teams from the Italian community of Computational Electromagnetism. The conference venue is the Hotel Royal Continental, located in the heart of Naples. Since its creation in 1976, COMPUMAG has been one of the most important events in the field of computational electromagnetics for researchers all over the world to present their latest research advances, to share professional experiences, to exchange new ideas and to expand their professional networks.
Event listing ID:
1567408


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