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1st EPSRC MultiSim Interdisciplinary Workshop on Multiscale Modelling
March 29, 2019 @ 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Multiscale modelling as a technique is used across the breadth of engineering disciplines and associated application domains. This diversity of application leads to a great variety in the way multiscale modellers communicate about multiscale modelling, to researchers within their own discipline, to researchers outside their own discipline, and to non-researchers. Clearly, this has implications on scientific exchange, collaboration and impact.
With this context, this workshop will aim to:
- collate current challenges from various fields where multiscale modelling is applied;
- critique existing and novel approaches to solving these challenges;
- explore challenges in communicating multiscale modelling ideas within application domains; and
- explore challenges in communicating multiscale modelling ideas across application domains
These goals will be driven through talks delivered by multiscale modelling experts from several application domains, supplemented by Q&A and summative group exercises. Dedicated network sessions will provide participants further opportunities to interact. Follow link to register.
|12:00-12:10||Introduction to the event|
|12:10–12:50||Networking break + lunch|
|12:50–13:20||Joshua Elliott, University of Manchester
Quantum mechanical and atomistic simulations.
|13:20–13:50||Pinaki Bhattacharya, University of Sheffield
Multi-scale modelling to integrate through the multiple scales of the musculoskeletal system from gait analysis through bone, tissue to bone remodelling at a cellular level in order to predict the risk of fracture in osteoporotic patients.
|13:50–14:10||Q&A with speakers|
|14:30–15:00||Stephen Payne, University of Oxford
BioMedical Engineering, investigating blood flow and its control by the body with particular interested in blood flow in the brain and how experimental measurements and mathematical models can be used to infer information about how blood flow is controlled.
|15:00–15:30||Colin Freeman, University of Sheffield
Pioneering research into atomic simulations of the material-molecule interface for the study of biominerals, electroceramics, biominerals and interfaces.
|15:30–15:50||Q&A with speakers|
|15:50–16:20||Group exercise: reflections|
|16:20–16:30||Coffee and closing|
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!