|AMMCS-2013 Venue: Wilfrid Laurier
University Campus in Waterloo, Canada
Minisymposium (ID: SS-CMS)
Computational Materials Science
Organizers: Haipeng Wang (NPU and University of Toronto), Ziad Saghir (Ryerson University)
The in-depth application of computational science has led to many significant results in the field
of materials science. A variety of computational methods, such as First Principle, Molecular
Dynamics, Monte Carlo, and Phase Field, to name just a few, have been widely employed to
investigate microstructure evaluation, heat and mass transfer processes, catalytic conversion and
relationship between micro or nanostructure and property, etc. Computational science is playing
an important role in observing and predicting crystal growth, phase transition, thermodiffusion,
thermal expansion, mechanical properties, atomic structure, metallic glass formation and band
gap, etc. It has become a powerful approach to develop novel materials. Many problems in
diverse areas of computational materials science require dealing with multiphysics/multifield
models, while modelling approaches are frequently based on multiscale techniques. This special
session of computational materials science aims to share the updated achievements and to
discuss the future development of applying computational science in materials science, which
will relate to various metallic alloys, inorganic and organic materials.
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