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[High-pressure-crystallography] APS March Meeting 2020 - FocusSession: Matter in Extreme Environments

Submit your abstracts to the APS March Meeting: Denver March 2-6, 2020!
We are looking forward to your contribution to session 16.01.01
Matter in Extreme Environments - DCOMP/DMP---------------------------------------------------------------------------
This session will focus on the behavior of matter under extreme conditions ofpressure, strain, compression and impacts, often in combination with extremeelectromagnetic fields and particle irradiation. It will bring togethertheoreticians and experimentalists from a broad range of fields includingphysics, chemistry, materials science, as well as earth and planetary scienceand astrophysics for discussions in areas that include, but are not limited to,the following:
* New quantum behavior found at extremes such as superconductivity with    critical temperatures approaching room temperature.* New theoretical and computational techniques including methods for    crystal structure prediction, improved treatment of electronic structure    and properties calculations, as well as the development of algorithms to    advance dynamic and multi-scale simulations.* The behavior of matter in strong magnetic and electric fields.* The development of novel experimental techniques and diagnostics.* High pressure and high temperature synthesis of novel materials.* Materials behavior under static and dynamic compression including phase    transitions, equations of states, chemical reactivity and the    emergence of novel properties.* Warm dense matter.* Novel materials, including: energetic, superhard, quantum, earth and    planetary science inspired.* Melting, and the behavior of liquids under extreme conditions.* Biophysics at extreme conditions, including deep life.

Best Regards
The organizing committee
Eva Zurek (University at Buffalo, SUNY)Gilbert Collins (University of Rochester, Laboratory for Laser Energetics)Shanti Deemyad (University of Utah)Andreas Hermann (University of Edinburgh, UK)Antonio M. dos Santos (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)Koichiro Umemoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Abstracts can be submitted at:https://www.aps.org/meetings/march/abstracts/index.cfm
Please review the abstract submission instructions:https://www.aps.org/meetings/march/abstracts.cfm
Info about the March Meeting:https://www.aps.org/meetings/march/index.cfm
From March 2 to 6, Denver will transform into the hub of physics as more than 11,000 attendees representing 29 APS units and committees gather to explore groundbreaking research from industry, academia, and major labs. Don't miss this chance to present your work and be recognized by a globally diverse meeting of scientists and researchers.

---------------------------------------------------Dr. Eva Zurek
ProfessorDepartment of ChemistryUniversity at BuffaloState University of New York331 Natural Sciences ComplexBuffalo, NY 14260-3000
email:  ezurek@buffalo.eduphone:  +1-716-645-4332fax:    +1-716-645-6963www:    http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~ezurek/---------------------------------------------------_______________________________________________High-pressure-crystallography mailing listHigh-pressure-crystallography@iucr.orghttp://mailman.iucr.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/high-pressure-crystallography

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