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1. ESPResSo Workshop
14 July 2006
FIAS, Frankfurt am Main
Riedberg Campus of JWG Universität Frankfurt, Physics Building
Organized by Christian Holm and the SimBio Group, FIAS


The workshop will provide a platform for the developers to discuss development issues of the Espresso simulation package. In the first part, the recent extensions of the Espresso kernel, advanced algorithms like MMM2D, dipolar P3M and Lattice-Boltzmann, will be presented. Furthermore, we will discuss future perspectives like Espresso++ (reimplementation of Espresso in C++) and the extension of Espresso by atomistic features (force fields, molecular building blocks, ...) will be discussed. With increasing stability and usability, the Espresso user community has grown significantly, and new types of users and developers have emerged, In the second part of the workshop, the implications of the wider-spread use on the development model as well as the documentation will be examined in greater detail.

Invited Speakers

  • Hans-Jörg Limbach, Nestlé Corporate Research, Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Bernward Mann, BASF, Germany
  • Axel Arnold, AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Torsten Stuehn, MPIP, Mainz, Germany
  • Ulf Schiller, MPIP, Mainz, Germany

Additional Information

New: The workshop programme and participants list is available application_pdf.pnghere (68 KB)Info circle.png.

  • Workshop fee is 50 Euros, to be paid upon arrival which includes lunch and coffee breaks.
  • Accomodation can be provided upon request.
  • Laptops can be connected to University network via standard ethernet.
  • If you have further needs, please contact to SimBio group.

Funds from the Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung (MPI-P) in Mainz are gratefully acknowledged.