Computational mineral physics
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 03 Sep, 09:45–12:15  / Room H 12
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 03 Sep, 17:00–18:30  / Poster Area
Computational methods have become a powerful tool in mineral sciences. They are now widely used to support the interpretation of experimental data or to relate the atomic or electronic structure of minerals, glasses and fluids to their respective physical and chemical properties.

For this session, we invite contributions from all fields of computational mineral physics, which includes new developments and applications of electronic structure methods, classical force field simulations as well as larger scale continuum models. We also welcome combined experimental and computational studies that highlight the complementary nature of the different methods.