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Multiscale Research

Location and Date

University Place, Room 5.206, Wednesday 15th June 2011, 1400-1530


A first meeting to bring together a cross-disciplinary community of researchers at Manchester whose research covers multiple time and length scales. Researchers may be working in any discipline. They may be using one or more of the following research paradigms: theory, experiment, simulation and data mining.

Broad Aims


The meeting is being organized and chaired by Dr Lee Margetts, IT Services for Research, on behalf of UMARI and Manchester Informatics.

Meeting Schedule




1400 - 1405


Dr Lee Margetts, IT Services for Research

1405 - 1410

Context of the meeting

Dr Robin Pinning, Research Applications and Collaboration Manager

1410 - 1430

The difficulties of bridging length scales in multiscale simulation

Professor Henggui Zhang, School of Physics and Astronomy

1430 - 1450

Understanding multiscale processes using laboratory experiments

Dr Sam Mcdonald, School of Materials

1450 – 1510

Serious games as an environment for multiscale simulation

Louise Lever, IT Services for Research

1510 - 1530

Discussion and plans for going forward

Chaired by Dr Lee Margetts, IT Services for Research


Please email (UMARI) to express interest in attending.

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