Workshop Details
Searching for Reaction Coordinates and Order Parameters
07/07/2014 - 07/11/2014
Meeting Description:

Calculations of reaction coordinates or order parameters are at the core of many computational studies. Simulation studies of kinetics and/or equilibrium in chemistry and biochemistry
strongly rely on the availability of reaction coordinates. However, order parameters are also found in condensed matter physics, biology, and investigation of the dynamics of evolutionary processes.

We believe that recent advances in path searches and path calculations in different communities (applied mathematics, chemistry, and physics) make such a meeting highly desirable. In this meeting, an effective exchange of
ideas can be possible, overcoming certain “language” barriers between disciplines. Furthermore, since path-finding algorithms has not yet made it to textbooks, this workshop can also serve as an introduction of this technology to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Finally, we feel
that the field can use clearly defined benchmarks so the quality of new technologies could be more readily assessed. We therefore propose the following tentative outline:

1. Finding minimum energy paths, local and global approaches
2. Determination of free energy paths by direct approaches
3. Generating an ensemble of reactive trajectories and relationship to reaction paths.
4. Applications and benchmarks

Notes:

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Registration fee includes four lunches.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Telluride CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Abrams, Cameron Drexel University 7/6
7/11
Bolhuis, Peter University of Amsterdam 7/6
7/11
Chen, Liao University of Texas at San Antonio 7/6
7/12
Chill, Samuel The University of Texas at Austin 7/6
7/13
Clementi, Cecilia Rice University 7/8
7/12
Y
Duncan, Juliana University of Texas at Austin
Elber, Ron University of Texas at Austin 7/6
7/18
Henkelman, Graeme University of Texas at Austin 7/6
7/19
Huo, Shuanghong Clark University 7/6
7/12
Kastner, Johannes University of Stuttgart 7/6
7/12
Y
Leimkuhler, Benedict University of Edinburgh 6/29
7/11
Makarov, Dmitrii UT Austin 7/6
7/13
Orland, Henri Institut de Physique Théorique, CEA-Saclay 7/6
7/13
Perez, Danny Los Alamos National Laboratory 7/6
7/12
Peters, Baron UCSB 7/6
7/11
Y
Theodorou, Doros National Technical University of Athens 7/6
7/12
van Erp, Titus NTNU 7/6
7/12
Y
Voter, Arthur Los Alamos National Laboratory 7/6
7/12
Wales, David Cambridge
Wong, Chung University of Missouri-St Louis 7/6
7/11
Xiao, Penghao The university of texas at austin 7/6
7/13
Y
Zuckerman, Daniel University of Pittsburgh

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