Multi-scale Materials Under the Nanoscope
Date: October 2017, 9-11 - Place: Acropolis Museum, Athens
The idea of setting-up the Groupement de Recherche International Multi-scale Materials Under the Nanoscope (GDRI, M2UN), is structuring the Physics, Chemistry, Mechanics and Materials Science communities on a common ground for developing an integrated approach (combining both simulation and experiments) for the prediction of texture properties from angstroms to micron and their evolution in time from nanoseconds to years of complex multi-scale materials such as clays (soil), cement, nuclear solid fuels, steels and ceramics. The M2UN GDRI is an initiative organized under the auspices of CNRS (www.cnrs.fr). This international research organization aims at promoting scientific exchanges, collaborations, educational activities, as well as the emergence of a new field of research at the frontier between Science and Engineering.
The ambition of such a GDRI is formulating a conceptual tool named as the “nanoscope” that combines most advanced statistical Physics numerical simulations (such as accelerated Molecular Dynamics) and experiments (such as X-Ray tomography and microscopy…). This “nanoscope” tools aims at elucidating the 3D texture of those multi-scale (and most of the time porous) materials from the scale of atoms to microns focusing in particular of mechanical and transport properties. The coupling between numerical simulation and experiments is a major theme of the GDRI and is one of the most challenging issues in Material Science, Mechanics and condensed matter Physics.
Invited speakers (confirmed, list not complete):
The program of the Workshop can be downloaded from here.
The workshop will take place at the Acropolis Museum, Athens
Dionysiou Areopagitou 15, Athina 117 42, Grèce - Google Map
The workshop will start on Monday October 9th at 9am and will end on Wednedsayy October 11th at lunch time. Buffet lunch will be provided on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The workshop dinner will take place on Tuesday 10th at the Acropolis Museum..
Participants would take care of their own accommodation. Below is a link to a list of nearby hotels with various quality/rates - please follow the links to their websites to check which ones could satisfy your needs: Hotels Google Map