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Modeling and Simulation of Nano/Microsystems Contest

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Dear Colleagues,

I would like to bring your attention to the contest on "Modeling and Simulation of Nano/Microsystems" at the University of Michigan. This is an international competition.

The objective of this contest is to provide publicity and
promotional support to new developments, recent progress, and advances
in the modeling and simulation of Micro/Nanosystems. The emphasis is on
current challenges in understanding of the multi-physics/multi-scale
phenomena that govern such systems functionality.

The contest is solicited in the following areas, but not limited to:

  • Modeling and simulation methods that unite different size and time scales,
    capturing the entire workings of a design, from its nanoscale layout to
    its macroscale features.
  • Multi-physics couplings (mechanical-thermal-electrical- magnetic- optical etc.), complex flow
    phenomena involving single phase and particle-laden (i.e., beads, cells,
    and macromolecules) flows driven by pressure, electric, and magnetic
    fields, and by surface tension.
  • New tool or code development
    related to understanding of experimentally observed, fundamental
    principles and processes governing MEMS/NEMS performance for
    applications such as micro/nanofluidics, bioengineering, geosciences,
    optics, magnetics, imaging, energy, thermal systems, and carbon
    nanotubes. Also, code development related to the lifetime performance
    and functionality and prevents failure of NEMS/MEMS (ranging from
    billionths of a second to several months).
  • Modeling and simulation methods which can be used in the fabrication cycle, for
    design optimization, uncertainty quantification and characterization of
    micro/nano devices.

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