The CECAM-Lorentz program plans to host a leading-edge workshop in computational simulation and modeling and its application in molecular simulations and related areas. Otherwise, the topic is open.
The next workshop will be held at the Lorentz Center, Leiden, the Netherlands.
Strongly interdisciplinary computational science topics, targeting discussions and new synergies between different communities from the natural/exact sciences are welcomed. Organizing teams and participant lists that reflect this interdisciplinary spirit are strongly encouraged.
Diversity, both in gender and geographical provenance, of organizers and participants are equally encouraged and will be considered in the evaluation of the proposals.
What we seek
• an innovative scientific program, that takes us beyond our current boundaries
• an open and interactive format, with few lectures
What we offer
• a 5-day workshop for up to 25 people in the second half of 2023 or first half of 2024
• travel and accommodation reimbursements and other organizational costs
• a professional support organization
• a 1-page pre-poposal by 1 November 2022
• short-listed pre-poposals will be invited to present a full application by 15 December 2022
• final decision end January 2023
• submit applications via: email@example.com.
Please find answers to several FAQs here.
You are also welcome to contact us:
Ignacio Paganobarraga, firstname.lastname@example.org
Guy Byron, email@example.com
CECAM-Lorentz call winners
Cicely Macnamara, University of Glasgow
Lisanne Rens, Delft University of Technology
Robyn Shuttleworth, University of Saskatchewan
Thomas O'Brien, Google Quantum AI
Lucas Visscher, VU Amsterdam
Barbara Terhal, TU Delft
Markus Reiher, ETH Zurich
Martin van Hecke, Leiden University
Pedro Reis, EPFL
Miguel Bessa, Delft University of Technology
Mark Pauly, EPFL
Shirin Faraji, U Groningen
Niels Taatgen, U Groningen
Frank Noe, FU Berlin
Siewert-Jan Marrink, U Groningen
John H. Maddocks, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne
Helmut Schiessel, Instituut-Lorentz for Theoretical Physics
Peter Bolhuis, University of Amsterdam
Gerhard Hummer, Max Planck Institute of Biophysics
Christoph Dellago, University of Vienna
Dimitry Nerukh, Aston University
Sergey Karabsov, Queen Mary University of London