The last decade has witnessed rapid advances in particle methods such as smoothed particle hydrodynamics, dissipative particle dynamics and molecular dynamics. Particle methods have different numerical schemes from the grid-based numerical methods, and have attracted more and more researchers from all over the world for various applications. This min-symposium focuses particles methods from macro scale to micro scale, from numerical methods to engineering applications and from novel algorithms to constructive modifications. In one word, the mini-symposium aims to provide

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The last decade has witnessed rapid advances in particle methods such as
smoothed particle hydrodynamics, dissipative particle dynamics and molecular
dynamics.


Particle methods have different numerical schemes from the
grid
-
based numerical methods, and ha
ve attracted more and more
researchers from all over the world for various applications.


This
min
-
symposium focuses particles methods from macro scale to micro scale,
from numerical methods to engineering applications and from novel algorithms
to construc
tive modifications. In one word, the mini
-
symposium aims to provide
an international forum for the presentation and showcase of recent advances
on various aspects of particle methods and their applications in engineering
and sciences.


The particle methods

include, but not limited to

1)







the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH),

2)







the Discrete Element Method (DEM),

3)







the Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD),

4)







the Molecular Dynamics (MD)

5)







the Lattice Gas Cellular Automat
a (LGCA),

6)







the Lattice Boltzmann Equation (LBE),

7)







the Discrete Velocity Models (DVM),

8)







the Gas
-
Kinetic Scheme
(GKS)
.

Prospective authors are invited to submit papers to this symposium of ICCM
2010.


Please submit a one
-
page abstr
act first to the mini
-
symposium
organizer, Dr. Liu, M. B. and official acceptance letters will be sent out by
September 30, 2010 after strict peer
-
review process.


Then the authors can
be invited to prepare full
-
length papers for further actions.