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Travel Grants for USACM Workshop on Nanoscale Computational Mechanics

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A USACM Thematic Workshop on Recent Advances in Computational Methods for Nanoscale Phenomena will be held at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor from August 29-31, 2016. The workshop website contains further information at http://acm-nano2016.usacm.org.

This workshop aims to bring together researchers from applied mathematics, materials science, mechanics and physics to discuss recent advances in computational methods to elucidate nanoscale mechanics, nanoscale transport, and material behavior at the nanoscale along with its influence on macroscopic material properties. Topics of interest include both the development of new techniques as well as their application to gain insight into material properties and performance. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, computational methods for electronic structure, atomistic, and other nanoscale calculations, methods bridging length and time scales or describing emergent phenomena and microstructure evolution, as well as predicting material behavior by using novel computational methods.

We have a limited number of travel grants for students, postdoctoral scholars, and junior faculty to attend the workshop and participate in the poster session. This is made possible through NSF award CMMI-1254424. Each travel fellowship will cover the registration fees and provide $450 towards travel. To apply for the travel grant, please submit your application through the workshop website before June 15th

The organizing committeeVikram Gavini, Dennis Kochmann, Greg Wagner, Jon Zimmerman

 

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