LAMMPS Workshop and Symposium

August 13-15, 2019


The sixth LAMMPS Workshop and Symposium will be held in Albuquerque, NM, at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Continuing Education Building (1634 University Blvd NE, map).

There is no fee to attend the workshop. You can register at this link. The registration deadline is July 1 if you wish to present a talk or poster. No deadline if you just want to attend, but please register so we have a good headcount.

Attendees will be responsible for their own travel and meal expenses, except for lunches and snacks. Here are links to hotels near the airport or conference facility.

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The workshop program includes a keynote speaker and 5 invited talks:

Keynote speaker: Vasily Bulatov (Lawrence Livermore National Lab), bio
Crossing materials scales with LAMMPS
Susan Rempe (Sandia National Labs), bio
Assessing Biomolecular Hydration Mimicry for Ion Permeation through Membrane Channels
Niels Gronbech-Jensen (UC Davis), bio
Acquisition of Precise Statistics in Stochastic Langevin Molecular Dynamics
Ray Shan (Materials Design, Inc.), bio
High Value from High Throughput: Harness the Power of LAMMPS with MedeA
Anders Hafreager (U of Oslo), bio
Real-time visualization of molecular dynamics simulations running in the cloud
Shyue Ping Ong (UC San Diego), bio
Materials Graph Networks for Crystals and Molecules

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Sponsor ackowledgements:


An all-day beginners tutorial will be held on Tuesday.

The workshop will be held on Wednesday/Thursday. It will include a keynote speaker, invited talks, and contributed talks and posters. It will also include smaller breakout sessions where specific topics will be discussed in more detail.

Further program details will be posted here when available. See this page for sample programs from past workshops.

Social activities will include group dinners Tuesday and Wednesday evening (followed by a tram ride to the top of Sandia crest). For those who stay through Thursday evening we'll also plan a social activity or two (hike, museum visit, etc).