Conference: Structure of Materials, TU Berlin, March 2020


Dear Scientists and Mathematicians,

We wish to announce the upcoming conference


  Structure of Materials

  TU Berlin (Germany), March 23-27, 2020



The conference is organized within the third Berlin Thematic Einstein
Semester on the “Geometric and Topological Structure of Materials”,
devoted to recent developments in the field of computational materials

The semester aims at bringing together experts from the sciences
with experts from computational topology, computational algebraic,
discrete differential and stochastic geometry working on the structure
and function of materials.

Invited Speakers:

  Paweł Dłotko (Swansea U)
  Francisco Garcia-Moreno (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)
  Miranda Holmes-Cerfon (New York U)
  Stephen Hyde (ANU)
  Matthew Kahle (Ohio State U, TU Berlin)
  Michael Klatt (U Princeton)
  Daphne Klotsa (U North Carolina)
  Emanuel (Menachem) Lazar (Bar-Ilan U)
  Xiaoming Mao (U Michigan)
  Claudia Redenbach (TU Kaiserslautern)
  Benjamin Schweinhart (Ohio State U)
  James A. Sethian (UC Berkeley, LBNL)
  Berend Smit (EPFL)
  Ileana Streinu (Smith College)
  Bernd Sturmfels (UC Berkeley, MPI Leipzig)
  Barbara Zwicknagl (TU Berlin)

Contributed Talks and Posters:

We are inviting abstracts for contributed oral presentations
and for posters. The deadline for abstract submission is

  ***  January 15, 2020  ***

Please submit title and abstract via

(Notification is by January 22, 2020.)


  free (except conference dinner).


  please register via

We are hopeful of encouraging people from a wide variety of scientific
and mathematical backgrounds to attend. Any queries can be addressed
to the organizing committee at

Best regards, and we hope to see you in Berlin,


  Myfanwy Evans (TU Berlin)
  Kathryn Hess Bellwald (EPFL)
  Frank Lutz (TU Berlin)
  Dmitriy Morozov (LBNL)
  Ileana Streinu (Smith College)

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