The main purpose of this symposium is to survey the state-of-the-art of computational methods for the calculation of the electronic, structural, magnetic and reactive properties of real materials.

Topics receiving special attention include: density functional theory, multiscale simulation by combining a first principles electronic structure calculations with classical Monte Carlo method, reaction kinetics at surfaces, nanostructures on metal surfaces, oxidation of materials, magnetic ordering in materials, adsorbate - induced surface faceting.

The program will comprise invited lectures by leading scientists, contributed talks and a poster session.

The symposium starts with registration on Friday 17 in the afternoon. The first scientific talk is scheduled on Saturday morning, September 18 and the program ends on Monday, September 20 in the afternoon.


  • Adam Kiejna, University of Wrocław
  • Czesław Oleksy, University of Wrocław

Sponsored by:

  • The Committee on Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences
  • University of Wrocław