We would love to see you in Heidelberg, Germany for the 2015 MedeA Users' Group Meeting. The meeting provides an excellent opportunity to network with MedeA users and share your work. Further, unparalleled access to our developers and the opportunity to provide direct feedback based on your experiences allows you to influence the future of MedeA.
Attend Hands-on Training
Our hands-on training, offered by the MedeA experts on our support team, provides an excellent learning opportunity for both beginners and experts alike. Carefully curated examples show the wide range of MedeA's functionality, from simple tasks to the high-throughput capabilities that can significantly enhance your productivity.
Discover What's New in MedeA
New features in MedeA 2.17 include our ForcefieldOptimizer which helps you develop and refine forcefield parameters, the enhancement of our integration of the UNiversal CLuster Expansion (UNCLE) method, and graphical performance enhancements for large structures.
Present Your Cutting-Edge Work
The heart of the MedeA Users' Group Meeting are the talks presented on a broad range of topics from those eminent in their fields. We are always excited to see how our software users push the boundaries of computational materials science - Trust us, they do!
Network with Peers
Each year the MedeA Users' Group Meeting includes a complimentary cocktail reception and banquet dinner. These events are a great chance to meet up with colleagues, find out what others in your field are working on and enjoy lively and thought-provoking discussions.
Tuesday, September 8th - 09:00 to 17:00
Hands-on Training Workshops
Wednesday, September 9th - 09:00 to 17:00
Imke Müller/Ansgar Schäfer, BASF
Quantum Chemistry @ BASF
Hervé Toulhoat, IFP-EN, France
Multi-scale simulation of heterogeneous catalysis reactions: From quantum ab initio calculations to experimentally validated kinetic models
Tanja Graf/Martin Schladt, Volkswagen, Germany
From Atoms to Cars – Atomistic Modeling at Volkswagen Group Research
Niraj Gupta and Srinivasan G. Srivilliputhur, Univ. North Texas, USA
Phase Transitions in Metastable Beta Ti-Mo Alloys
Caroline Mellot-Draznieks, Collège de France
Using computational chemistry to tune MOFs properties: Exploring linker modifications and functionalization for enhanced (photo)catalytic performance
Wolfgang Mannstadt, SCHOTT AG, Germany
Atomistic Simulations @ SCHOTT
Hans Hasse, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany
Molecular Modeling and Simulation with Forcefields: from Academic Research to Industrial Applications
Andreas Klamt, COSMOlogic
COSMO-RS as a complementary method to atomistic simulation: Strengths and limitations
James J. P. Stewart, Stewart Computational Chemistry
A worked example of how computational chemistry can help in solving an important and difficult problem
Thursday, September 10 - 09:00 to 12:30
Volker Eyert, Materials Design
Property Prediction of Electronic Materials
Martijn Marsman, University of Vienna, Austria
VASP: getting ready for the future
Xavier Rozanska, Materials Design
Simulation of catalytic systems with MedeA
Marianna Yiannourakou, Materials Design, Inc.
Simulation of fluids and fluid/solid interactions with MedeA
Clive Freeman and Development Team, Materials Design, Inc.
Summary of new Features in MedeA 2.18 and customer feedback
Crowne Plaza Heidelberg City Centre
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Free Early Registration!
Register prior to August 21st, 2015 for free!
After August 21st the registration rate for academics is $99 and for those in industry is $299.
Negotiated Room Rate
We have secured a negotiated rate of €119/night for attendees and will handle your hotel reservation for you, simply let us know on the registration for which nights you require lodging.