26 June 2008:
The opening symposium of the ACMM

We are happy to announce the formal opening symposium of the Amsterdam Center for Multiscale Modeling on 26 June 2008. The symposium will be held in the KNAW building at the Kloveniersburgwal in Amsterdam. For this symposium we have invited a number international leading computational scientists who work on topics that span the entire range of length and time scales that is relevant for the ACMM.


The symposium is open to computational scientists, students, and anyone else with an interest in the ACMM. There is no registration fee, but registration is obligatory to ensure you a seat and lunch.


9.30 Official opening of the ACMM by the deans of the faculty
9.45 Claudia Filippi, University of Leiden
Autofluorescent proteins: Do first-principle calculations have predictive power?
10.30 Marjolein Dijkstra, Utrecht University
From effective interactions to new materials
11.15 Coffee break
11.45 Wim Briels, University of Twente
Transient forces in soft matter systems
12.30 Lunch
13.30 Johan Elf, Uppsala University
Simulating stochastic reaction diffusion kinetics in living cells
14.15 Christoph Dellago, University of Vienna
Bridging time scales in molecular simulations: Phase transformations in nanoparticles
15.00 Tea break
15.30 Kenneth Ruud, University of Tromsø
Molecular properties: Bringing theory and experiment together
16.15-17.30 Reception