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ICMS@Oxford
workshop on
Advances in N-body Computations

11-13 April 2022
OXFORD, UK

WORKSHOP SCOPE

One of the most enduring computational challenges of the 21st century is the computation of structure and dynamics of many-body quantum systems. Advances in this direction hold the potential for revolutionising biochemistry, drug design, material design and quantum technologies, among others, and a wide range of specialised and highly effective methods have been developed for tackling these problems. The objective of this workshop is to bring together a small but focused group of world experts involved in the advancement of these areas with the aim of cross-disseminating recent advances and accelerating these developments.

Workshop Themes

 

  • Methods for N-body Quantum Systems (design, analysis and applications)

  • Scientific Machine Learning

  • Molecular and Material Properties

Confirmed Participants

  • Sam Azadi (Oxford, UK)

  • Rachel Crespo-Otero (QMUL, UK)

  • Shanti Deemyad (Utah, USA)

  • Fernanda Duarte (Oxford, UK)

  • Gaël Donval (Bath, UK)

  • Matt Grayson (Bath, UK)

  • Federico Hernandez (QMUL, UK)

  • Nicolas Hine (Warwick, UK)

  • Kjell Jorner (Toronto, Canada)

  • James Foster (Oxford, UK)

  • Muhammad Kasim (Machine Discovery/Oxford, UK)

  • Lisa Maria Kreusser (Bath, UK)

  • Simen Kvaal (Oslo, Norway)

  • Steven Lopez (Northeastern, USA)

  • Karen Luong (Cambridge, UK)

  • Chris Pickard (Cambridge, UK)

  • Matthias Sachs (Birmingham, UK)

  • Pranav Singh (Bath, UK)

  • Jack Thomas (Warwick, UK)

  • Sam Vinko (Oxford, UK)

  • Yue Wu (Strathclyde, UK)

Contact

Pranav Singh
ps2106@bath.ac.uk

location

Wolfson College
Linton Road
Oxford OX2 6UD
United Kingdom


https://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/

Accommodation

There are a few hotels within a few minutes walk of Wolfson College: ​
 

And many others in either central Oxford or in Summertown (~15min walk away).

 

You can also book a room in an Oxford college through UniversityRooms.com. In addition to the experience of staying on college premises, these are typically also more affordable. 

Travel

Flight
The most convenient airport is London Heathrow. There is a direct coach (i.e. bus) called Airline from Heathrow to central Oxford (£35 return ticket, ~90mins journey). You should get off at Gloucester Green stop, which is the final stop.        You could take a taxi to Wolfson College from Gloucester Green or a bus from Magdalen Street. 
 
Timetables - the airline (theairlineoxford.co.uk)

Uber from Heathrow typically costs around £70 and takes ~60mins.


Other airport options are:

Programme

11-13 April 2022
PDF Version

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Matthew Grayson

Chemistry

University of Bath

UK

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Pranav Singh

Mathematics

University of Bath

UK

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Sam Vinko

Physics

University of Oxford

UK