The SCALES Conference will take place on the week of June 26–30th 2023. Please come back soon for updates.
M3ODEL and its partners are happy to announce the 1st Conference on Multiscale Modeling of Complex Systems or SCALES Conference, focused on methods on multiscale modeling and their interdisciplinary applications. The program is organized around sessions that emphasize methods in multiscale modeling, but the goal is to enable interesting and fruitful discussions by engaging people from different fields in each session.
Planned sessions and invited speakers include:
- Stochastic models
- E. Feireisl, H. C. Öttinger, N. Vercauteren, B. Gess
- HPC & Machine learning
- G. Karniadakis, J. Shipton, A. Tkatchenko
- Uncertainty quantification & inverse methods
- R. Scheichl, A. Cohen, V. Priesemann
- Multiscale Methods
- E. Tadmor, M. Deserno, G. Hummer
- Interdisciplinary applications
- T. Gerya, H. Wernli, M. Doi, M. Nuñez Valdez, V. Ehrlacher
The event will take place at the campus of the Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz.
B. Kaus, M. Lukacova, F. Schmid, & P. Spichtinger
Information on Registration & Abstract Submission
Registration will open in February 2023. Please check back soon for further instructions.
The registration for the conference fee is €200, which includes lunch at the conference venue.
The abstract submission deadline will be announced at a later date.
We ask that you prepare your abstract using one of our templates for Word or LaTex, which you can download here. Abstract length is limited to half-page and you can add an image. LaTex users are asked to submit a single .zip file containing both the text and image files.
Due to time constraints, oral contributions are limited to the invited speakers. All other contributions will be accepted as poster presentations. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to your participation.
Workshop on HPC at the University in Mainz
There will be a pre-conference workshop the day before the conference starts, especially designed for students, on the use of high-performance computing using the programming language Julia. The workshop will include lectures and hands-on exercises and will be taught by L. Räss (ETH Zurich) and B. Kaus (JGU Mainz); a computer is thus required. The workshop will take place on the campus of the Johannes Gutenberg University.
Due to the limited number of participants, we can only accept 50 participants. Spots will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis. We will inform participants after the registration is closed.
More information on how to register will come soon.
You will find the conference flyer here.