UK Nonlinear News, August 2000


Molecular Simulation in the 21st Century

Sebastian Reich

The CCP5 annual meeting "Molecular Simulation in the 21st Century" took place at the University of Surrey, 2nd-5th July. CCP5 is the Collaborative Computational Project for the Computer Simulations of Condensed Phases in the UK. The annual CCP5 meetings are major events in the molecular simulation calendar in the UK. The theme of this year's meeting was to survey the breadth of activity in molecular simulations ranging from applications over the development of new algorithms to advanced modeling techniques and to do a little "crystal ball" gazing, looking forward to the future of MD. The six invited talks were presented by Ruth Lynden-Bell (Belfast), Jean-Louis Barrat (Lyon), Ben Leimkuhler (Leicester), Paul Madden (Oxford), Bill Hoover (Livermore), and Ugur Tuzun (Surrey). These were complemented by 20 contributed talks and two poster sessions.


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