eSSENCE-EMMC Meeting 2022 / June 1-3, 2022 / Uppsala, Sweden


eSSENCE-EMMC Meeting 2022 on "Multiscale modelling of materials and molecules"

Date: 01.06.202203.06.2022
City: Uppsala
Country: Sweden
Organisers: Uppsala University (co-organised by EMMC)


Report with abstracts is available now!

Venue & Time

Wednesday 1 June (13:00 CEST) - Friday 3 June (ca. 12.30 CEST)
This is an on-site meeting at the Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University

Invited keynote speakers

  • Gábor Csányi (University of Cambridge, UK) "First principles force fields"
  • Stefaan Cottenier (University of Ghent, BE) "Testing the hell out of DFT codes with virtual oxides"
  • Ansgar Shaefer (BASF, DE) "Why BASF invests in atomistic modelling"
  • Lilit Axner (EuroCC National Competence Centers) "Exascale computing, EuroCC and the HPC future"
  • Erik Lindahl (Stockholm Univ) "Strategies for spatial and temporal multiscale models of complex molecules with molecular dynamics"
Conference themes

Multiscale modelling (coupling & linking of models) is a central theme in computer simulations/calculations and it is also a central theme of this meeting. We will use the term multiscale in an open and inclusive sense at this meeting.

There will be dedicated presentations on:

  • Methods, models and codes
  • Multiscale modelling (including physics-based + data-driven)
  • Batteries and energy materials
  • Molecules and molecular systems
  • Exciting modelling applications
  • And more ...

Additional information


Registration and Deadlines  -  Deadline is Friday 20 May 2022

Short abstract (oral or poster) -  Deadline is Friday 20 May 2022

No conference fee: The meeting is free of charge (incl. buffet dinner Day 1, lunch & conference dinner Day 2, lunch Day3).

Academic and industrial participants are equally welcome.

Support and context

This meeting is arranged within the Swedish national strategic e-science research programme eSSENCE in collaboration with the European Materials Modelling Council (EMMC) and with colleagues from our sister programme SeRC.


Kersti Hermansson, Peter Broqvist and team
Uppsala University