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We suggest accommodations in the Hotel Ibis Alésia, which should be made no later than May 20th. Given Paris' popularity with tourists in June, there is a chance the Hotel Ibis Alésia will not have accommodations.

MedeA 2.10 focuses on polymer and general organic simulation capabilities. This release is intended for customers wishing to explore the latest in polymer simulation capabilities.

Contact: Dr. Alexander Mavromaras
workshop2012@materialsdesign.com
+33 (0) 1 70 61 58 14 ext. 307

Materials Design  is thrilled to announce a two day MedeA training and workshop event in Paris, the City of Light, on the 14th and 15th of June. The workshop will take place at the Hotel Ibis Alésia. Should you require assistance in obtaining accommodations, please do not hesitate to contact us. In the mean time, we encourage you to browse the agenda below, and hope you find talks relevant to your area of expertise.

Materials Design's top scientists and developers, as well as special guest Prof. Georg Kresse of the University of Viena, lead developer of VASP, are on hand to deliver talks and participate in stimulating discussion on the topics we all passionately pursue.

Forcefields ...

Embedded Atom Method with LAMMPS ...

  • MedeA supports EAM for metallic systems
  • EAM forcefields are supplied with MedeA®, including Zhou's compendium for alloy systems.

MedeA-GIBBS ...

  • thermal expansivity and isothermal compressibility
  • total heat capacity

enable the next generation of materials scientists

Santa Fe, NM, USA and Montrouge, France – January 10, 2012

Materials Design, Inc. is thrilled to announce the availability of teaching licenses for MedeA-VASP, allowing the next generation of materials engineers and scientists access to the world’s most advanced materials simulation software.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011: MedeA® workshop Thursday, November 3, 2011: Scientific presentations Friday, November 4, 2011: Recent Developments

Attend the training and workshop to use the atomistic simulation software package, MedeA®.

Where: University of Warsaw, Poland

When: 19-20 October 2011

This autumn we are going to meet with MedeA® users and researchers interested in MedeA's atomistic simulation technology to discuss and work through specific application examples of engineering of materials properties at the nanoscale.

Santa Fe, NM, USA and Montrouge, France – July 16, 2011

Materials Design® announces that it will sponsor the international conference on Multiscale Approaches for Process Innovation (MAPI), which will be held in Lyon, France from January 25-27, 2012. The conference is being organized by IFP Energies nouvelles under the auspices of the French Academy of Sciences. The conference will bring together scientists working in the fields of molecular modeling, reaction modeling, fluid dynamics, process design and simulation. It will be an opportunity to examine current research using multiscale approaches in these fields and to evaluate the potential of more integrated studies.

Where: Boston, Massachusetts

When: 2 - 4 November 2011

Join us this year for a taste of New England in historic Boston at the Fairmont Copley Plaza for our annual MedeA Users Group Meeting. We'll kick off with hands-on training all day on November 2nd for any customers who would like to participate, and hold a reception in the evening. The technical presentations and discussion sessions will be held on November 3rd and 4th with a banquet on November 3rd.

See our detailed agenda and reserve your seat for training sessions.

Materials Design® announces the release of MedeA® version 2.7, offering the option to run natively on Linux in addition to many other enhancements. The operating systems now fully supported by MedeAare Windows (XP, Vista, and 7), and Linux (RHEL, CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian, SUSE).

In addition, MedeA® also connects to computing resources in the background for large-scale computationally intensive tasks that use a variety of Unix flavors and queuing systems, as well as Windows HPC.

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