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Month 18 release of the VECMA VVUQ Toolkit

We are pleased to announce the Month 18 release of the VECMA VVUQ Toolkit (VECMAtk). The VECMAtk provides several tools for end users to capture complex scenarios, applied to applications in wide science and engineering domains, and used to run multiscale simulations on any desktop, cluster or supercomputing platform. Some new features have been added…

Month 18 pre-release of the VECMA VVUQ Toolkit

We are pleased to make a pre-announcement about the Month 18 release of the VECMA VVUQ Toolkit (VECMAtk). The VECMAtk provides several tools for end users to capture complex scenarios, applied to applications in wide science and engineering domains, and used to run multiscale simulations on any desktop, cluster or supercomputing platform. Some new features…

Spreading our climate research across the general public

We are spreading our climate research widely across the general public. Researchers from the VECMA project has recently drafted an article for the Conversation around our migration models, and featuring VECMA among many other things. Please find the article here: https://theconversation.com/climate-refugees-why-we-cant-yet-predict-where-millions-of-displaced-people-will-go-119414

Call for Papers and Abstracts: The 17th Multiscale Modelling and Simulation Workshop, June 2020, Amsterdam. Deadline 15 January 2020

Call for Papers open for the 17th Multiscale Modelling and Simulation Workshop, to be held in conjunction with the International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS) 3-5 June 2020 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Full paper submission and abstract submission is open at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iccs20200 The submission deadline is 15 January 2020.

CALL FOR PAPERS: UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL MODELS

CALL FOR PAPERS: UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL MODELS https://unequivocal.computationalscience.nl/ The UNEQUIvOCAL thematic track takes place during the International Conference on Computational Science ICCS 2020 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 3 – June 5, 2020. Given that uncertainty is unavoidable in almost all scientific fields, due to e.g. unknown parameters or simplifying modelling assumptions, uncertainty quantification is an…

3-year UCL-Hexcel Studentship in Multiscale Modelling and Simulation of Graphene and Graphene-Oxide Polymer Composites

Supervisor: Professor P V Coveney, UCL Start date: January 2020. UCL in collaboration with Hexcel (http://www.hexcel.com) are offering a studentship to a highly motivated candidate to start in January 2019. The studentship will cover tuition fees at UK/EU rate, a £13,300 pa tax-free stipend and a £2,000 pa support grant to cover additional costs such…

 ICCS 2020 Track: UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL MODELS

UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL MODELS Call for papers: we are organising a thematic track on Uncertainty Quantification at the ICCS conference in Amsterdam, June 3-5 2020. Deadline is 13th of December 2019, see ‪https://unequivocal.computationalscience.nl or ‪https://iccs-meeting.org/iccs2020/ for more information

Month 15 release of VECMA VVUQ Toolkit

We are very pleased to announce the Month 15 release of VECMA VVUQ Toolkit (VECMAtk). The software development of the VECMAtk is the central task for the VECMA project. The VECMAtk establishes a platform for verification, validation and uncertainty quantification (VVUQ). The goal is to provide tools for end users to capture complex scenarios, applied…

VECMA consortium group picture

In our first All Hands Meeting (AHM), which was hosted by the University of Amsterdam on the 9th and 10th of May 2019, Amsterdam, participated by all partners and associated partners plus a number of external guest and experts in HPC fields with a very happy gathering, see our VECMA group picture »

The Future of Quantum Computing: From Quantum Intelligence to Virtual Humans

Quantum computers represent a new way to process information. Might they be able to crack what are currently thought to be unbreakable codes and answer unanswerable questions? The Science Museum has joined forces with CompBioMed to assemble a panel of experts to explore the future of this incredible technology to mark the opening of its…