College of Science

Center for Simulation and Modeling
(formerly known as Computational Materials Science Center)

Events and colloquium series

  • Spring & Fall 2018
  • Fall 2016
  • Spring 2016
  • Fall 2015
  • Spring 2015
  • Spring 2014
  • Fall 2013
  • Fall 2012
  • Spring 2012
  • Fall 2011
  • Spring 2011
  • Interesting Events


    October 19-23 (2020)

    10th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling

    Baltimore, Maryland


    Meet the organizer committee

    April 22-26, 2019

    Symposium CP09: Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science - Modeling, Analysis and Computations, Materials Research Society 2019 Spring Meeting

    Phonex, Arizona


    Program

    July 9-13, 2018

    The 2018 SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science was held at the Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon USA, from July 9 - 13.

    Portland, Oregon USA

    The 2018 SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science was held at the Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon USA, from July 9 - 13. The SIAM Activity Group on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science organizes this conference on interdisciplinary approaches that bridge mathematical and computational methods with the science and engineering of materials. The conference provides a forum to highlight significant advances as well as critical or promising challenges in mathematics and materials science and engineering. In keeping with tradition, the conference seeks diversity in people, disciplines, methods, theory, and applications.
    Program

    June 28 - July 1, 2017

    2nd Workshop "Mason Modeling Days"

    Arlington, Virginia

    Maria Emelianenko, Chair Organizing Committee: More tha 60 nationwide participants from varioous disciplines.
    Program

    August 2, 2016

    Materials Genome Initiative (MGI): The first 5 years

    White House Office for Research

    The White House recognized the 5th anniversary of the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI). On June 24, 2011. The President emphasized the importance of MGI "To help businesses discover, develop, and deploy new materials twice as fast, we are launching what we call the Materials Genome Initiative." Since 2011, the DOE and DoD, the NSF, NIST, and NASA have invested $5,000,000 in support of building infrastructure for this national initiative.
    MGI First 5 years)

    January, 2016

    National Science Foundation White Paper: possible new initiative

    Matter by Design