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News & Views

Presented by Clive Freeman, Ph.D.

Attend this free webinar to:

  • Learn how to construct, simulate, and analyze a range of systems in MedeA
  • See how MedeA® materials databases can be employed in screening materials properties
  • Interact with scientists who develop the MedeA® environment

A number of illustrations will be included in the webinar, including the calculation of the properties of molecular and inorganic systems, and the screening of structural databases.

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Presented by Dr. Ray Shan

In this free webinar, you will:

  • Learn how to master the MedeA®-LAMMPS Flowchart interface and run fast, efficient simulations with the LAMMPS molecular dynamics engine
  • See what’s new in MedeA-LAMMPS in MedeA 2.22
  • Learn how to simulate a wide range of properties, including diffusivity, viscosity, thermal conductivity, and surface tension

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Materials Design, Inc. announces the release of MedeA® version 2.22.

The release of MedeA® 2.22 includes:

Explore the MedeA 2.22 atomistic simulation environment.

This free webinar lets you explore the new release of the atomistic simulation environment MedeA®. Learn about exciting new features, extensions to existing functionality, and enhanced compute performance.

  

The 2017 UGM Dinner- in Strasbourg's Maison Kammerzell restaurant (built in 1427)

 

The Materials Design® 2017 Annual User Group Meeting was held on September 19-21 in the heart of Strasbourg. The meeting included a hands-on training session, a focused scientific symposium, and many opportunities for technical discussion and debate.

Classical forcefield-based simulations complement electronic structure methods. Accurately parameterized forcefield-based classical methods extend the scope and range of electronic structure methods to substantially larger length and time scales. While forcefield-based simulations can provide unique insights and property data, classical forcefields have been difficult to use and to develop.

 

The 2017 Materials Design® User Group Meeting will be held in Strasbourg, France, from the 19th to the 21st of September. The meeting will include a hands-on training session for attendees, a technical program dedicated to recent developments in computational materials science, and interactive sessions with MedeA® users and Materials Design® personnel.  The six scientific and technical sessions will include the following speakers*:

Golden Gate Polymer Forum

Fluid Properties from Molecular Simulation

Applications in Chemical Engineering and the Oil & Gas Industry

News & Views

Register here to attend any of the webinars running on Feb 27th, 28th, and March 1st

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Click here to see the new capabilities of 2.22