International Conference on Computer Simulation in Physics and beyond

October 12-16, 2020, Moscow, Russia



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List of plenary and invited speakers

Georgii Bazykin, Skoltech, Russia, "Molecular epidemiology of the early stages of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak in Russia"

Predrag Cvitanovic, Georgia Tech University, USA, "Spatiotemporal turbulent field theory"

Suklyun Hong, Sejong University, Korea, "Theoretical Study of Electronic Structure of 2D Materials and Their Heterostructures"

Travis Humble, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA, "Accelerating Scientific Computing Using Today's Quantum Computers"

Evgeny Kozik, King's College London, UK, "Diagrammatic Monte Carlo: the universal framework for precision quantum many-body physics"

Hai-Qing Lin, Beijing, Computational Science Research Center, China, "Entanglement, Wilson Ratio, and Quantum Phase Transition: Computational Approaches"

Rasmus Nielsen, University of California, Berkeley, USA, "Methods and models for understanding human evolution"

Mark Novotny, Mississippi State University, USA, "Order amidst Disorder" in semi-regular, tatty, and atypical random carbon-based nanodevices"

Godehard Sutmann, JSC Juleich, Germany, "Simulation of Segregation in hybrid MD/MC Simulation"

Greg van Anders, Queen's University, Canada, "Networks in Space: Insights into Distributed System Design from the Statistical Physics of Spatial Embeddings of Networks"

Renata M. M. Wentzcovitch, Columbia University, USA, "Spin crossover in iron in mantle minerals and consequences for mantle structure"

Julia Yeomans, Oxford University, UK, "Dense Active Matter"