|CCL 06.02.19 Ab initio Description of Iron and Steel (ADIS2006), Ringberg Castle, Germany|
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Subject: 06.02.19 Ab initio Description of Iron and Steel (ADIS2006), Ringberg Castle, Germany
Ab initio Description of Iron and Steel (ADIS2006) Status and future challenges International workshop at Ringberg Castle February 19 - 24, 2006 http://adis-2006.mpie.de/ Scope of the ADIS-2006 meeting The aim of the workshop is to bring together distinguished experts in ab-initio calculations and thermodynamic/kinetic modeling of metals. In particular, the meeting will deal on recent developments in accurately and efficiently modeling finite-temperature properties/processes and phase transitions in metals with a particular (but not exclusiv) focus on iron and steel. The workshop is restricted to 40 participants. Leading researchers have been invited to give tutorial (90 minutes) talks covering recent developments in this field based on e.g. Monte Carlo approaches, molecular dynamics, the coexistence approach, or thermodynamical integration. The main idea of the conference is to provide an opportunity for exchange of knowledge and for fruitful scientific discussions leading towards improved simulation techniques and future technological and industrial applications. Organizers The workshop is organized by the Computational Materials Design department which has been recently established at the Max-Planck Institute for iron research (MPIE) in Dsseldorf (Germany), namely: Prof. Dr. Jrg Neugebauer, Martin Friak, and Tilmann Hickel. Contact e-mail: adis2006+/-mpie.de For finantial support we would like to thank to: the Psi_k Network, the goverment of North Rhine-Westfalia, and the Schlossmann Foundation.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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