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WEBINARS ON DEMAND
Atomic-scale simulations provide unique insight and property data, which are critical for understanding and solving metallurgical problems. To this end, the MedeA® software environment is built on leading computational approaches including VASP and LAMMPS, which are fully integrated together with comprehensive structural databases and a range of tools for constructing and analyzing atomistic models. An important feature is the ability to perform such calculations in high-throughput mode.
Erich Wimmer demonstrates the power of these capabilities for
(i) the effect of alloying elements and impurities on the strength of grain boundaries
(ii) the prediction of mechanical properties
(iii) the diffusion of hydrogen in metals
(iv) the nucleation of dislocation loops, and
(v) molecular reactions on metal surfaces.
You can access the replay and receive a copy of the slides by registering here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8362006212083679746
- Interface construction of Al(111)|graphene
- Boron diffusion in Silicon
- Interface Energy of Metal-Ceramic Interface Co|WC
Atomic-scale modeling empowers researchers and engineers, enabling the efficient computational screening and design of materials, and an understanding of experimental observations at the unprecedented level of detail.
In this webinar with René Windisk, you will learn how the integration of atomistic modeling, using the MedeA® software environment, in conjunction with experimental work, enables the design of low-strain electrodes. Further discussion showcases applications related to Lithium-metal batteries, in addition to focusing on the phase stability and structural degradation of electrode materials and possible pathways to resolving such issues. Lastly, learn how to computationally screen a vast range of candidate materials.
You can access the replay and receive a copy of the slides by registering here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/480992736500217602
- Computational Design and Experimental Verification of Zero- and Low-strain Cathode Materials for Solid-State Li-ion batteries
- Graphite Electrode Elastic Properties upon Li Intercalation
- First-Principles Screening of Cathode Materials
- Abinitio simulation of Li migration in Lix(Co,Ni)O2 (0<x<1) – LIPO/LIPON based cathodeelectrolyte interface systems
- Atomic-Scale Materials Engineering for Batteries
Join Xavier Rozanska and Marianna Yiannourakou for a session dedicated to the use of these methods in CHEMISTRY and CATALYSIS. Both experts provide an overview of how integrated approach to modeling helps you study the full catalytic cycle and understand chemical process for solid, fluid and multiphase systems.
You can access the replay by registering here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/2744260453988270082
- White Paper: Applications of Classical (Forcefield) Methods for Modeling Materials on Atomic Scale: Chemistry and Catalysis
Whether you are a forcefields expert looking to accelerate your work, or an accomplished ab initio modeler needing to extend the length and time scales, or a practitioner looking to optimize the experimental work on large and complex systems – you will be able to gain new insights from Materials Design expert speakers, Paul Saxe and Ray Shan.
Curious to see how the predictive power of Density Functional methods could extend to meso- and micro-scale? MedeA®-UNCLE lets you study crystal structure, phase stability and ordering of real materials at such length scales. Join David Reith illustrating the method and its applications to metals, ceramics and other solid materials.
You can access the replay by registering here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3078124960752842755