Event Date/s: From Monday 30 March 2020 - 12:00
To Wednesday 01 April 2020 - 14:00
The collaborative computational projects for biomolecular and condensed matter simulation, CCPBioSim and CCP5, are holding a fourth international conference on the theme of multiscale modelling in Manchester, following on from previous events held in 2014, 2016 and 2018.
The three-day event will bring together leading researchers from biological and materials chemistry to discuss topics of common interest across the spectrum of electronic structure, atomistic and mesoscopic scales and to address the current and future challenges posed by multiscale modelling.
The following invited speakers have confirmed their attendance:
The conference will be held at the Manchester Conference Centre.
Sackville Street, Manchester M1 3BB
Please indicate on the registration form if you wish to contribute a lecture or poster presentation.
Contributed talks will be approximately 25 minutes with about 5 minutes for questions (total of 30 minutes maximum).
Posters should be prepared in portrait A0 format. Due to space limitations we will not be able to display landscape posters at the event.
The abstract template can be downloaded here. Please save it to a file name that starts with your first and last names. Abstracts can be uploaded with your registration or if you make a note of your registration confirmation code you can add the abstract later.
The abstract submission deadline is 30 January 2020.
You can register for the conference here.
|Early Bird (before 1 December 2019)||Regular (deadline - 30 January 2020)|
|Full Fee* (Faculty/Industry Researchers/Post-docs)||£200||£220|
|Conference Dinner ONLY||£40||£40|
*The registration fee includes tea/coffee breaks, lunch on all three days, and the conference dinner on 31 March 2020.
Accommodation is NOT included with your registration for this conference.
The venue is also a short walk from Manchester city centre which offers a wide range of accommodation options.
Agnieszka Bronowska, Newcastle University
Daniel Cole, Newcastle University
Thomas Keal, STFC Daresbury Laboratory