Manchester Modelling Network

The Manchester Modelling Network brings together all elements of modelling expertise across the Faculty of Science and Engineering to be under one virtual roof.

The objectives are:

  • To raise the profile of the Faculty’s modelling activities both internally and externally
  • To facilitate interaction and collaboration between staff involved in diverse modelling activities.
  • To provide a clear picture of the modelling activity across the Faculty and thus act as a catalyst for grass-roots collaborative research between Schools across the University.
  • To provide easy access, both externally and internally, to a comprehensive suite of modelling expertise and thereby facilitate new research projects.
  • Science

    • Quantum Chemistry
      • Atoms & molecules; condensed matter
    • Molecular/Mesoscopic modelling
      • Molecular mechanics
      • Molecular Dynamics
      • Monte Carlo
      • Dissipative particle dynamics
      • Methods&Models development
    • Continuum Theories
      • Lattice-Boltzmann
      • Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics
      • PDEs & Homogenization
      • Mechanics of continua (fluids, solids, etc.)
    • Inverse Problems
      • Forward problems
      • Line integrals
    • Statistical Methods
      • Uncertainty Quantification 
  • Applications

    • Medicine and health

      Cancer
      Synthetic biology 
      Drug delivery
      Biocompatibility
      Biofluids
      Biomaterials

    • Energy and sustainability

      Nuclear
      Fuel cells
      Batteries
      Water treatment
      Reservoir engineering

    • Advanced materials

      Graphene
      MetalsQuantum dots
      Qubits
      Porous materials
      Membranes
      Supramolecular chemistry
      Liquid crystals
      Catalysis
      Metamaterials
      Composites

    • Advanced technologies

      Biotechnologies
      Formulation
      Pharmaceuticals
      Separation
      technologies

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