Midwest Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics Conference

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Location: Smith Ballroom, Morris Inn (View on map )

Interdisciplinary researchers in all aspects of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics are invited to attend the 32nd annual Midwest Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics Conference and present their work. 

A distinctive feature of the MTSM Conference is its focus on researchers in the early stages of their academic careers, bringing together faculty and students from diverse fields for the exchange of new research results and ideas.

Conference Format
The conference format provides an ideal forum for undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral scientists, and junior professors to present their work; many of whom will be first-time presenters. This unique opportunity engages researchers in intense discussions about topics of similar interest, enabling camaraderie within other groups and fostering sustained research programs, continuity of accumulated knowledge, collaborations, and graduate and postgraduate opportunities.

Research topics include:

• Self-assembly
• Phase transitions
• Macromolecular dynamics
• Macroscopic material properties
• Experimental, theoretical, and computational thermodynamics
• Statistical mechanics

Attendance typically spans the Midwestern and nearby states, including Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania, yet all interested researchers are welcome to attend.


Registration deadline: May 20.

Conference website: https://sites.nd.edu/mtsm-2023/.