Starts 5 Oct 2015
Ends 9 Oct 2015
Central European Time
LB (Budinich Lecture Hall)
Strada Costiera, 11 I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
LIST OF CONFIRMED SPEAKERS Huib Bakker (AMOLF, Netherlands) Marcia Barbosa (UFRGS, Brasil) Dor Ben-Amotz (Purdue) Mischa Bonn (MPI, Mainz) Martin Chaplin (London South Bank University) Francesco D'Amico (ELETTRA, Trieste) Christoph Dellago (University of Vienna) Bertil Halle (Lund University) Peter Hamm (University of Zurich) Song-I Han (UC Santa Barbara) Matthias Heyden (Max Planck Institute) James Hynes (University of Colorado at Boulder, and Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris) Yan Levin (UFRGS, Brasil) David Limmer (Princeton University) Dominik Marx (Ruhr-Universitat, Bochum) Thomas E. Markland ((Stanford University) Angelos Michaeleidis (UCL, London) Anders Nilsson (Stanford) Francesco Paesani (UC San Diego) Jeremy Palmer (University of Houston) Tuan Anh Pham (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) George Reiter (University of Houston) Sylvie Roke (EPFL) Giovanni Romanelli (ISIS Rutherford Appleton Laboratory) Mariana Rossi (University of Oxford) Benjamin Rotenberg (CNRS, Paris) Sandro Sorella (SISSA, Trieste) Andrei Tokmakoff (Chicago) Carlos Vega de las Heras (Complutense University of Madrid) TOPICS AND PURPOSES OF THE WORKSHOP Liquid water is ubiquitous in the environment, biology and engineered systems. Despite more than one hundred years of study, and particularly remarkable experimental and theoretical progress over the last several decades, many important aqueous phenomena remain poorly understood. This international workshop will bring together experts working on both liquid water and its interaction with bio-molecular solutes and extended interfaces. All sessions will involve experimentalists who employ a range of techniques, and theoreticians who use approaches of varying complexity. In doing so, interactions on topics that are less appreciated within subfields of water-science, for example the role of nuclear quantum effects of water at biological interfaces, will be catalyzed. Daily sessions will also include talks by experts discussing implications of water-science on important topics such as climate change and efficient energy storage and conversion.
**DEADLINE: 07/06/2015**
**NEW DEADLINE: 12/07/2015**
**DEADLINE: 12/07/2015**


Directors: Michele Ceriotti (EPFL), Kramer Campen (FHI), Roberto Car (Princeton), Ali Hassanali (ICTP), Michele Parrinello (ETHZ).
ICTP Local Organizer: Sandro Scandolo