Computer simulations play a major role in science nowadays. Together with Theory and Experiments they allow a better comprehension of natural phenomena by giving informations otherwise unreachable. Indeed, computer simulations are applied in almost every branch of science, from physics, chemistry and biology to the study of complex multidisciplinary problems, such as in material science.

Today Brazil has a large community of researchers who use computer simulations in the development of their research projects. In this context, the Brazilian Meeting on Simulational Physics has been held since 1997, agglomerating researchers from Brazil and abroad, working in the most diverse branches of physics.

For the 11th edition, scheduled to take place at the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – UFMG, in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, from October 30th to November 1st, we aspire to present the latest advances in methodology and techniques applied to the study of various problems through computer simulations. Additionally, we are planning a tribute session in honor of Prof. Paulo Murilo Castro de Oliveira, one of Brazil’s most esteemed computational physicists, who sadly passed away this year.


Computer Simulation Methods and Applications on:

  • Statistical Physics
  • Materials science
  • Soft Matter
  • Complex systems
  • Social and economic systems
  • Living and active systems
  • Quantum and strongly correlated systems