6-10 September 2021
AMaSiS 2021 at Weierstrass Institute Berlin
Applied Mathematics and Simulation for Semiconductors and Electrochemical Systems

AMaSiS 2021 replaces AMaSiS 2020


  • Jürgen Fuhrmann (WIAS Berlin)
  • Annegret Glitzky (WIAS Berlin)
  • Ansgar Jüngel (TU Wien)
  • Hans-Christoph Kaiser (WIAS Berlin)
  • Markus Kantner (WIAS Berlin)
  • Manuel Landstorfer (WIAS Berlin)
  • Oliver Marquardt (WIAS Berlin)


AMaSiS 2021 is an interdisciplinary workshop dedicated to mathematical modeling of semiconductors and electrochemical systems. Due to inherent similarities between both disciplines, AMaSiS explores synergies in mathematical modeling, analysis, numerics, and simulation techniques. The conference brings together experts from applied mathematics, physics, engineering, chemistry, and material science and covers the following topics:

  • electronic structure theory (density functional theory, tight-binding, effective mass models)
  • non-equilibrium thermodynamics and transport theories (drift-diffusion models, heat flow, kinetics, non-equilibrium Green’s functions)
  • mathematical upscaling from quantum mechanics and particle systems to continuum scale (homogenization, asymptotic methods)
  • semiconductor devices (light emitting diodes, transistors, etc.)
  • electrochemical systems (fundamental electrochemistry, batteries, fuel cells, photo-catalysis)

Confirmed keynote speakers

Survey Lecture: Eoin P. O’Reilly (Tyndall)

  • Grégoire Allaire (CMAP Paris)
  • Miguel Caro (Aalto U)
  • Michael Eikerling (FZ Jülich)
  • Arnulf Latz (DLR Ulm)
  • Robert McMeeking (U California Santa Barbara)
  • Friedhard Römer (U Kassel)
  • Stefan Schulz (Tyndall)
  • Mira Todorova (MPIE Düsseldorf)
  • Anton van der Ven (U California Santa Barbara)

Accessibility, day care for children, and support

AMaSiS 2021 runs from the afternoon of Monday, 6 September 2021, to Friday, 10 September 2021, at the Weierstrass Institute, Mohrenstraße 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany, see How to get to WIAS. AMaSiS 2021 takes place at the Erhard-Schmidt Lecture Room on the ground floor of the Weierstrass Institute.

The venue is wheel-chair accessible by appointment. Kindly inform us about any particular needs. We can provide and sponsor child care during the workshop. Please do not hesitate to contact us. This workshop supports the Welcoming Environment Statement of the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) and the AWM Non-Discrimination Statement.

We gratefully acknowledge support by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Weierstrass Insitute Berlin (WIAS), and Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+.

DFG            WIAS            MATH+