The Amsterdam Center for Multiscale Modeling (ACMM) is a center for theory and multiscale modeling in chemistry, physics and biology, which core is formed by the following three research groups:

The CECAM Council has chosen ACMM and the Lorentz Center to operate as one of the European CECAM nodes as of the beginning of 2010. De CECAM-NL node will promote scientific tutorials and workshops in computational chemistry, physics and biology with a special focus on applications with inherent multiscale character and on multiscale techniques. The CECAM nodes keep close ties to promote exchange of people and knowledge between the partners and research institutes around the world.

ACMM seminar by Rong-Zhen Liao

Friday January 20, 2019. Time: 11:00. Location: room D1.112 of the Science Park Building of the UvA (Science Park 904, Amsterdam).

Prof. Vuilleumier is affiliated with the Key Laboratory of Material Chemistry for Energy Conversion and Storage at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology (Wuhan, China)

The title of the seminar is:
"Challenges and Progress in Modeling Water Oxidation Reactions”

The lecture is open to everybody
Host: Evert Jan Meijer

ACMM seminar by Prof. Roberto Covino

Thursday 28 June, 2019. Time 11:00, room D.1.115 Science Park Building of the UvA (Science Park 904, Amsterdam).

Prof. Faraji is affiliated with the Dept. of Theoretical Biophysics of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysics in Frankfurt (Germany).

The title of the seminar is:
"Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Discovery of Molecular Mechanisms from Computer Simulations”

The lecture is open to everybody.

Molecular Dynamics Day

11th of March 2016

The 9th Dutch Molecular Dynamics Day will take place on the 24th of May 2019 at the University of Amsterdam.
The organisers are: Arjun Wadhawan (UvA), Mart Simons (RU), Thejas Hulikal Chakrapani (U-Twente), Melanie König (RuG).
You can find the program here.