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11月17日 International workshop for computational physics(物理与电子工程学院)

发布者:张永伟发布时间:2021-11-15浏览次数:10

International workshop for computational physics

In order to facilitates academic exchanges and cooperation between China and Germany, as well as other countries, the international workshop for computational physics will be organized by Jiangsu Normal University (China), Jilin University (China) and Martin-Luther- Universität at Halle-Wittenberg (Germany) on November 17th, 2021. This workshop aims to offer an important platform and unique opportunity for exchanging idea and recent progress on computational physics among young and experienced computational researchers in China and Germany, as well as other countries.


Computational Physics, which is expanding with the availability of modern and powerful computers, has been offering new insights on various natural phenomena, complementing, and going beyond more traditional visions based on analytical approaches. This workshop will review the latest advances and developments in computational physics.


This workshop will be held online through “Zoom” for the whole day of November 17 (Wed), 2021, which can contain around 80 attendees. Notably, this workshop is totally free without any registration fees.


The Organizing Committee will do its best to make your attendance of the workshop enjoyable and memorable as well as scientifically fruitful, and warmly welcomes you.




Organizers:  

Physics and Electronic Engineering, Jiangsu Normal University, China

College of Physics, Jilin University, China

Institut fur Physik, Martin-Luther- Universität at Halle-Wittenberg, Germany


Program

AM, Nov 17 (online: Tencent Meeting)

Host: Prof. Hanyu Liu

Time

Reporter

Title

10:00-10:30

Prof. Yansun Yao  

Saskatchewan University, Canada

Machine Learning Driven Metadynamics Simulation of Reconstructive Phase Transition under

High Pressure

10:30-11:00

Prof. Li Zhu

Rutgers University, USA

Extreme materials design through energy landscape mapping

PM, Nov 17 (onlineZoom)


HostAssoc. Prof. Wenwen Cui

15:30-16:00

Prof. Miguel Marques

Martin-Luther- Universität at Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

Superconductivity of anti-perovskites

16:00-16:30

Prof. Silvana Botti

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany

Machine-learning correction to density-functional crystal structure optimization

16:30-17:00

Prof. Wenhui Mi

Jilin University

Nonlocal Kinetic Energy Functionals Enable reliable Large-scale Electronic Structure Simulation

Break time (10 Min)

HostProf. Wenhui Mi

17:10-17:40

Dr. Alexis Forestier

CEA, France

What happens to graphene at high pressure: mechanical and chemical effects

17:40-18:10

Dr. Haichen Wang

Martin-Luther- Universität at Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

A new dataset of 175K stable and metastable materials calculated with the PBEsol and SCAN functionals

18:10-18:30

Kun Gao

Jiangsu Normal University

Superconducting Hydrogen
 Nanotubes in Hafnium Hydrides at High Pressure



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