Multiscale modeling of the properties of compounds:
From isolated molecules to 3D materials
COST Training School 2020
COST Action Chemobrionics
Self-organizing precipitation processes, such as chemical gardens forming biomimetic micro- and nano-tubular forms, have the potential to drastically enhance future materials design, as well as allowing us to develop new methodologies to explore, quantify and understand non-equilibrium chemical systems, and might even shed light on the conditions for the origin of life. Our objective is to build bridges between the various communities to allow understanding and controlling physical, chemical, and biological properties of self-organized precipitation processes.
Training School 2020, Belgrade
The Training School: "Multiscale modeling of the properties of compounds: From isolated molecules to 3D materials".
COST, European Cooperation in Science and Technology
COST Action Chemobrionics CA17120
Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, ICTM
University of Gustave Eiffel, Paris
Institute of Physics Belgrade, IPB