surface properties and the atomistic processes that
govern them is critically important for the synthesis and performance
of advanced materials serving modern technologies such as electronic,
magnetic, sensing, and optical devices, catalysis, and coating.
First-principles simulations are a powerful approach for reaching
this understanding, in particular when the multi-scale nature (from
nanoscopic to mesoscopic and beyond) of phenomena in real materials is
properly addressed. This summer school gathers leading theoretical and
experimental researchers in the materials sciences to review recent
advances in such simulations in the light of topical, material-specific
problems and experimental findings.
This Marie Curie Psi-k Training summer school is ideally suited for young researchers (graduate students, postdocs, junior faculty) from physics, chemistry, and materials sciences who seek to come abreast with the latest developments in the field and discuss their own research projects with their peers and senior experts.
All participants are asked to present a poster on their
|We wish to thank the following for their contribution to the success of this conference: European Office of Aerospace Research and Development, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, United States Air Force Research Laboratory.|