Computational Soft matter Lab

Mission statement

Soft materials show complex features over a wide range of length and time scales. We aim to understand the emergent complexity of soft-matter systems by means of computational methods. Our interdisciplinary effort brings in advanced computational methods, theoretical physics and chemistry, as well as more recent data-driven methods. We collaborate tightly with several groups, including UvA's Computational Science Lab, Amsterdam Center for Multiscale Modeling, and experimental Soft Matter Group.

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Seminar Sep 22, 14:00: Eran Bouchbinder (Weizmann)

Seminar Sep 22, 14:00: Eran Bouchbinder (Weizmann)

Title: The physics of earthquake nucleation and faulting: From slip-pulses to frictional rupture

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Seminar Sep 8, 14:00: Greg Stephens (VU)

Seminar Sep 8, 14:00: Greg Stephens (VU)

Title: Maximally-predictive, coarse-grained dynamics from data

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CECAM Workshop: (Machine) learning how to coarse-grain
  • Tristan Bereau

CECAM Workshop: (Machine) learning how to coarse-grain

CECAM workshop exploring the bridges between machine learning and coarse-grained modeling

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