« Action Concertée Incitative
French Research Program funded by the french Ministry of Research
Numerical simulations at an atomistic level have many applications in scientific and technologic areas – such as biology, nanosciences, crystaline solids, … Whereas most of the people active in this field are concerned with relevant applications (to actual problems), it seems also useful that some of them turn to the improvement of the methods themselves and their implementations, in collaboration with (applied) mathematicians. The aim of this ACI is to improve all numerical methods for molecular simulation, ranging from quantum chemistry to molecular dynamics, in link with coarser scales, and try to be relevant for as many applicative communities as we can: biology, condensed matter physics and mechanics, fluid physics, chemistry.
Scientific advisor : Claude Le Bris (CERMICS)
Molecular simulation week at CIRM (january 2006)
02-03 February 2005 - ACI Meeting (ENPC, Marne-la-Vallée).
Lecture notes are now available !
Scientific Fields :
Molecular Simulation is a widespread concept and tool. We are more particularly involved in the following fields:
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topics ! You may also find here available preprints.
Some useful references.
Mathematical Models and Methods for Ab Initio Quantum Chemistry.
Lecture Notes in Chemistry, Vol. 74.
M. Defranceschi and C. Le Bris (Eds.)
Handbook of numerical analysis. Special Volume: Computational Chemistry.
Volume X, C. Le Bris (Ed.)
Quantum Control: Mathematical and Numerical Challenges.
A.D. Bandrauk, M. Delfour, and C. Le Bris (Eds.)
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2) European networks or international cooperations
Last update: February 4th, 2005.