1st International Workshop on Multiscale Simulation for Emerging Materials
The 1st International Workshop on Multiscale Simulation for Emerging Materials providing an international forum for exchanging ideas on recent advances in areas related to flexible electric devices, material design, multiscale analysis, high-performance computing, machine learning, as well as their applications in engineering and science. The objective of this workshop is to spread new ideas and technologies in computer science, engineering, and related disciplines, and promote various types of academic collaborations.
13:00‐13:10 Opening talk: Lijun Liu (Osaka University, Japan)
13:10‐13:50 Invited talk(1): Danilo Vasconcellos Vargas (Department of informatics, Kyushu University, Japan)
TITLE: Current Deep Learning Limitations and the Promise of Evolution-based Learning Systems
13:50‐14:30 Invited talk(2): Stephan Grein (Department of Mathematics, Temple University, USA)
TITLE: A Detailed Multi-Scale Model of the Synaptic Cleft: Investigating Calcium-Dynamics
by Coupling of Molecular Dynamics and Continuum Dynamics
14:30‐14:40 Coffee break
14:40‐15:30 Invited talk(3): Jean-Luc Bredas (Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
TITLE: Charge Transport in π-Conjugated Organic Semiconducting Materials: A Theoretical Description
15:30‐16:15 Invited talk(4): Haoyuan Li (Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
TITLE: Kinetic Monte Carlo Modeling of Organic Field-Effect Transistors
16:15‐16:30 Coffee break & photo shooting
16:30‐17:10 Invited talk(5): Hiroshi Kawai (Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts, Toyo University, Japan)
TITLE: Recent Trend in High Performance Computing for Solid Mechanics Simulation using FEM
17:10‐17:20 Closing Remarks: Yoji Shibutani (Osaka University, Japan)
17:20‐19:30 Free Discussion
Place：MINERUBA, ICYO Hall, Osaka University
※Resistration of free discussion will be closed once maximum number of participants is reached.
※Participation fee will be announced separately via email after confirming the number of participants.