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atom-to-Device Explicit simulation
Environment for Photonics and
Electronics Nanostructures

CECAM Workshop


Multiscale Simulation: from Materials through to Industrial Usage                                                  


Abstracts are invited for contributions to the Plugfest or poster session that demonstrate the development and/or application of multi-scale simulations.
Submissions highlighting the integration of simulation tools working at different length and/or time scales within open simulation platforms are particularly encouraged.

Submissions may be for posters only, or may request a place in the Plugfest.
We expect approximately 10 Plugfest places.
Preference for the Plugfest will go to submissions with codes that can be presented on self-contained laptops, provided by the authors individually or within one of the cluster member groups. (You may check with your coordinator if your group is organising one.)

The abstract should be a self-contained description of the contribution of the presentation and written in a style that conveys why the topic will be of interest to conference attendees. Major results should be clearly summarized.

Authors will be notified in late June 2016 of the review decision for their submission.


Programme & Abstract Booklet 

The Programme & Abstract Booklet for the CECAM Multiscale Simulation: from Materials through to Industrial Usage workshop is available in PDF here .