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Environment from the molecular level: an e-Science proposal for modelling the atomistic processes involved in environmental issues.

eMinerals

http://www.eminerals.org/index.html

Many problems in environmental geochemistry require the development of an understanding of processes at an atomistic level. The e-Science challenge is to scale up the length and timescales of the simulation techniques from the molecular level, through the mesoscopic scale, and towards the length and timescales of human experience. The consortium will develop new methods for scaling simulations, archiving and mining of simulation output data, and visualisation of critical events. The science output will focus on fluid/surface interfaces, transport of pollutants and adsorption of pollutants to mineral surfaces.

Maturity: Initial Research
Region: UK
Type: Pilot
Grant Value:
Start Date: 01/03/2002
End Date: Not specified
Project Status: funded
Funding Agency: NERC


Project Members
PI
Prof Martin Dove


Collaborating Organisations
BNFL
BP
BT
CrystalMaker
Entropia
RTZ
STFC - Daresbury Laboratory
Sun Microsystems
The Royal Institution of Great Britain
Unilever
University College London
University of Bath
University of Cambridge
University of Reading


Component(s) Project Develops
Application Services
Collaboration Toolkits
Data Management Services
Grid Computational Services
Domain/ Task Ontologies and Metadata
Problem Solving Environments
Visualisation Services


Application Area(s) associated with Project
Environment

 

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