The University of Stuttgart will host SimTech 2011, an international conference on simulation technology, June 14 through 17.
The focus will be on molecular simulations, multi-scale and multi-physics mechanics, numerical mathematics, interactive visualization and related issues.
More than 150 scientists from Stuttgart will present their latest research.
SimTech adopts a cross-disciplinary approach and wants scientists to hold their discussions in open networks. Hence, the conference brings together mathematicians with biologists, engineers with chemists, computer scientists with sociologists and physicists with philosophers.
The Simtech cluster bundles and develops simulation technology expertise at the University of Stuttgart and creates the scientific basis for a multitude of applications inproduct development, environmental technology, complex biomechanics and other areas.
More information on SimTech 2011 can be found here.