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Travel Awards to Attend the 10th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling

We are excited to announce the availability of numerous travel awards to attend the "10th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling", to be held in person at at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel, in Baltimore, MD USA from October 2-7, 2022.

With more than 700 abstracts submitted we are expecting a vibrant and interactive conference. As such, and through funding from a number of funding agencies including (NSF, ONR, AFOSR, etc) we will be able to offer a number of travel awards for students, postdocs, and early career scientists/faculty.

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The 10th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling (Oct 2-7, 2022)


On behalf of the organizers of the 10th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling (MMM10), we are delighted to announce that MMM10 will be held October 2-7, 2022, at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace, overlooking the famed Baltimore Inner Harbor, in Maryland, U.S.A. (

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10th Int.Conf. on Multiscale Materials Modeling (MMM 10) - Call for Symposium Proposals

Dear Colleagues,    

The Organizing Committee are soliciting symposium proposals for the 10th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling (MMM 10), to be held in Baltimore, MD, U.S.A on October 18-23, 2020. See attached PDF for futher details. 

PhD position in multi-scale modelling of materials- Queen’s and Western University, Canada

A PhD position is available in the area of mechanics of materials. Applicants with a strong background in finite element modelling, crystal plasticity finite element, and materials characterization are recommended to apply.

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Post-doctoral positions on Multiscale Materials Modeling at IMDEA Materials Institute

IMDEA Materials Institute  ( is looking for post-doctoral researchers to work in two research projects devoted to:

- Development of multiscale modeling strategies to simulate the mechanical performance of structural composites under impact

- Development of microstructure-based multiscale models to simulate the mechanical behavior of Ni-based superalloys

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Software/codes for atomistic/continuum coupling multiscale materials modeling

There exist some software/codes for atomistic/continuum coupling multiscale materials modeling methods (in alphabetical order):

1. AtC, atomistic-to-continuum coupling, included in LAMMPS

2. BDM, bridging domain method, included in LibMultiScale

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