September 8, 2011
Attend the training and workshop to use the atomistic simulation software package, MedeA.
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. You are invited to attend this year's workshop, Computational materials engineering with MedeA: Simulation of nanoparticle properties in Warsaw, Poland, 19-20 Oct 2011. The workshop is organized in collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modeling (ICM). For further information please see the workshop scope and schedule.
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