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International Symposium

19. August, 9:00 - August 20, 2010 22:00

PSI, Villigen

The SSOM is organizing a 2 days symposium dealing with transport in porous materials. Recently, fast progress was achieved in multidimensional and multiscale microscopy. But also many new techniques for modelling of transport processes from atomistic to continuum scales have rapidly evolved. It is obvious that the next challenging milestone in many research disciplines is now considering the integration of microstructural data from real pore structures into the computational models for transport simulation. The SSOM symposium thus aims to stimulate the discussion of new concepts related to the link between microscopy and modelling, taking into account multi-scale and multi-physics transport processes within porous matter. Scientists which have already started to build up the link between microscopy and modelling are encouraged to present their cutting edge research. But of course all contributions from specialists either in modelling, microscopy or experimental characterization of porous materials are also highly appreciated.

The SSOM is organizing a 2 days symposium dealing with transport in porous materials. Recently, fast progress was achieved in multidimensional and multiscale microscopy. But also many new techniques for modelling of transport processes from atomistic to continuum scales have rapidly evolved. It is obvious that the next challenging milestone in many research disciplines is now considering the integration of microstructural data from real pore structures into the computational models for transport simulation. The SSOM symposium thus aims to stimulate the discussion of new concepts related to the link between microscopy and modelling, taking into account multi-scale and multi-physics transport processes within porous matter. Scientists which have already started to build up the link between microscopy and modelling are encouraged to present their cutting edge research. But of course all contributions from specialists either in modelling, microscopy or experimental characterization of porous materials are also highly appreciated.

PSI / Empa / University of Bern

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