Workshop on

Discrete Atomistic Models and Their Continuum Limits

Berlin, 4th - 6th December 2003

within the framework of the DFG Priority Program 1095
"Analysis, Modeling and Simulation of Multiscale Problems"


W. Dreyer (Berlin),  A. Mielke (Stuttgart), and  J. Sprekels (Berlin)

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  • Newtonian equations of motion for simple microscopic systems
  • Microscopic motions without and with temperature
  • Traveling Waves
  • Modulation equations and Whitham theory
  • Mean values und Young measures
  • Thermodynamics, in particular, mechanical definitions of thermodynamic quantities
  • Surface tension

  • Details:

    The workshop is organized by the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Berlin, and the University of Stuttgart. The conference site is the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, located in the very center of Berlin near the famous Gendarmenmarkt (map).

    If you would like to attend the workshop please e-mail to Participants are invited to contribute their recent results in the topics addressed in the workshop. A limited number of contributions will be selected for oral or poster presentation.

    Deadline for registration: October 10, 2003.

    There will be no registration fee. For members (applicants plus one participant) of the DFG priority program 1095 and invited speakers, travel expenses and accommodation will be covered according to the DFG guidelines for the priority program. All other participants, have to cover their expenses themselves. In exceptional cases it might be possible to partially cover travel expenses and accommodation (please indicate this in your registration e-mail).

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