2016 SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science

Philadelphia, USA

8 May -12 May 2016

The 2016 conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science organised by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) included a rich program program about Mathematical Crystallography.

See also the blog Crystal Mathematician.

 
Venue
Jean-Guillaume Eon, Gregory McColm, Marjorie Senechal, Mike Krajcevski.
Organisers
Mathematical Crystallography I. Tilings, Packings, Graphs, and Other Discrete Models. Ciprian S. Borcea: Auxetics and Spectrahedra.
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Audience.
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Mathematical Crystallography I. Tilings, Packings, Graphs, and Other Discrete Models. Ma. Louise N. de las Penas: On Algebraic and Geometric Properties of Hyperbolic Tilings.
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Mathematical Crystallography I. Tilings, Packings, Graphs, and Other Discrete Models. Davide Proserpio: Entanglement in 2-Periodic Coordination Networks.
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Mathematical Crystallography I. Tilings, Packings, Graphs, and Other Discrete Models. Davide Proserpio: Entanglement in 2-Periodic Coordination Networks.
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Mathematical Crystallography I. Tilings, Packings, Graphs, and Other Discrete Models. Davide Proserpio: Entanglement in 2-Periodic Coordination Networks.
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Mathematical Crystallography I. Tilings, Packings, Graphs, and Other Discrete Models. Ileana Streinu: Polyhedral Origami.
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Mathematical Crystallography I. Tilings, Packings, Graphs, and Other Discrete Models. Davide Proserpio, Ileana Streinu, Ma. Louise N. de la Pena, Ciprian S. Borcea, Gregory McColm.
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Mathematical Crystallography II. Polyhedra, Cluster Models, and Assembly. Erin Teich, Jean Taylor, Miranda Holmes-Cerfon, Natasha Jonoska.
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Mathematical Crystallography II. Polyhedra, Cluster Models, and Assembly. Natasha Jonoska: Algorithmic Self-Assembly and Self-Similar Structures.
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Mathematical Crystallography II. Polyhedra, Cluster Models, and Assembly. Miranda Holmes-Cerfon: The Statistical Mechanics of Singular Sphere Packings.
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Mathematical Crystallography II. Polyhedra, Cluster Models, and Assembly. Jean Taylor: What Role for Entropy in Stability and Growth of Quasicrystals?
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Mathematical Crystallography II. Polyhedra, Cluster Models, and Assembly. Jean Taylor: What Role for Entropy in Stability and Growth of Quasicrystals?
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Mathematical Crystallography II. Polyhedra, Cluster Models, and Assembly. Jean Taylor: What Role for Entropy in Stability and Growth of Quasicrystals?
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Mathematical Crystallography II. Polyhedra, Cluster Models, and Assembly. Erin G. Teich: Clusters of Polyhedra in Spherical Confinement.
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Mathematical Crystallography III. Groups, Lattices, Spaces and Superspaces. Bernd Souvignier, Massimo Nespolo, Mois Aroyo, Jeffrey Lagarias.
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Mathematical Crystallography III. Groups, Lattices, Spaces and Superspaces. Mois Aroyo: Materials Studies by the Bilbao Crystallographic Server.
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Mathematical Crystallography III. Groups, Lattices, Spaces and Superspaces. Jeffrey Lagarias: The 12 Spheres Problem.
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Mathematical Crystallography III. Groups, Lattices, Spaces and Superspaces. Massimo Nespolo: Applications of Groupoids to the Description and Interpretation of Crystal Structures: The Example of Pyroxenes.
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Mathematical Crystallography III. Groups, Lattices, Spaces and Superspaces. Bernd Souvignier: Recognizing the Lattice Type to Which a Unit Cell (almost) Belongs.
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Mathematical Crystallography IV. Beyond Crystallography. Peter Zeiner, Uwe Grimm, Gregory Chirikjian, Egon Schulte.
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Mathematical Crystallography IV. Beyond Crystallography. Egon Schulte: Skeletal Polyhedral Complexes and Nets with High Symmetry.
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Mathematical Crystallography IV. Beyond Crystallography. Gregory Chirikjian: Molecular Packing Problems and Quotients of the Euclidean Group by Space Groups.
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Mathematical Crystallography IV. Beyond Crystallography. Uwe Grimm: Diffraction and Dynamical Spectra in Aperiodic Order.
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Mathematical Crystallography IV. Beyond Crystallography. Peter Zeiner: Comparing Coincidence Rotations and Similarity Transformations of Lattices and Modules.
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Mathematical Crystallography and Virology: Group and Graph Theoretical Approaches for the Characterization of Viruses Structure. Reidun Twarock.
Plenary Lecture
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