X Brazilian Meeting on Simulational Physics, Ouro Preto, Brazil, July 15 -19, 2019

The tenth edition of the Brazilian Meeting on Simulational Physics will be held in the historic city of Ouro Preto, Brazil, ...pruebab aa

...from July 15 to 19, as a 
Satellite Meeting of StatPhys 27, to be held during 8-12 July, 2019 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The X-BMSP will gather scientists specialized in simulations in the most diverse areas of  physics, chemistry, biology and materials science, to present the latest advances in methodology and techniques applied to the study of problems through computer simulations.
Webpage: xbmsp.ufop.br Organizers: BV Costa, JA Plascak, DP Landau, LAS Mól, PHL Martins, LFC Pereira

Welcome

Computer   simulations   play   a   major   role   in   science   nowadays.   Together   with   Theory   and   Experiments   it   allows   a better   comprehension   of   natural   phenomena   by   giving   informations   otherwise   unreachable.   Indeed,   computer simulations   are   applied   in   almost   every   branch   of   science,   from   physics,   chemistry   and   biology   to   the   study   of complex multidisciplinary problems, such as in material science. Today   Brazil   has   a   large   community   of   researchers   who   use   computer   simulations   in   the   development   of   their research   projects.   In   this   context,   the   Brazilian   Meeting   on   Simulational   Physics   has   been   held   since   1997, agglomerating   researchers   from   Brazil   and   abroad,   working   in   the   most   diverse   branches   of   physics.   The   first BMSP   took   place   in   Belo   Horizonte   in   1997,   two   years   later   the   second   BMSP   was   also   held   in   Belo   Horizonte. The   third,   fourth   and   fifth   editions   of   the   event   were   held   in   Ouro   Preto   in   2003,   2005   and   2007.   In   2011,   the sixth   edition   of   the   BMSP   was   held   in   Cuiabá,   followed   by   the   seventh   in   João   Pessoa   in   2013   and   the   eighth   in Florianópolis in 2015. The ninth edition celebrated the 20th anniversary of the event in 2017 in Natal. In   this   tenth   edition   the   event   returns   to   Minas   Gerais   and   will   be   held   in   Ouro   Preto   as   a   Satellite   Meeting   of the   27th      International   Conference   on   Statistical   Physics,   StatPhys   27,   of   the   International   Union   of   Pure   and Applied   Physics   (IUPAP)   that   will   take   place   in   Buenos   Aires,   Argentina,   from   July   8th   through   12th,   2019.   The X-BMSP   will   gather   scientists   specialized   in   simulation   in   the   most   diverse   areas   of   physics,   chemistry,   biology and   materials   science,   to   present   the   latest   advances   in   methodology   and   techniques   applied   to   the   study   of problems   through   computer   simulations.   The   event   will   also   promote   interaction   among   scientists   working   in this   area,   with   the   goal   of   advancing   the   methods   and   techniques   available   today.   This   topic   covers   the   interests of    researchers    who    traditionally    have    different    experiences    and    belong    to    communities    that    share    similar interests   but   have   little   communication   with   each   other.   Finally,   this   workshop   will   be   an   opportunity   for   the community   working   in   this   area   in   Brazil   to   interact   directly   with   scientists   of   similar   interests,   coming   from Brazil   and   abroad.   In   view   of   the   wide   variety   of   techniques   covered,   the   event   will   promote   pedagogical   lectures given   by   two   invited   professors   in   the   form   of   mini   courses   for   students   of   various   levels,   as   well   as   oral communications and panels to be presented by all invited participants and collaborators

 

 

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