Registration is Now Open!

September 23, 2020

 

2020 ONLINE MedeA User Group Meeting

 

 

 

The MedeA User Group Meeting is going online!
 
Join attendees around the globe for Plenary Sessions, Training, Talks and Posters, and Online Networking.
 
Speakers include:

  • Professor Georg Kresse, The University of Vienna

  • Dr. Lindsay Roy, Principal Scientist, Savannah River National Lab

  • Professor Rutger van Santen, The Eindhoven University of Technology

  • Professor Richard Catlow FRS, The Royal Society

  • Dr. Kevin Gagnon, Senior Scientist, Vertex Pharmaceuticals

Present your research. Visit ugm.materialsdesign.com for more details.

General Agenda: 
 

Thursdays in October:

 

Plenary speakers: Georg Kresse, Lindsay Roy, Rutger van Santen, Richard Catlow, and Kevin Gagnon

Tuesdays in October: Online MedeA Training and Demonstrations related to plenary speakers' presentations

Recorded Submissions: Scientific Talks and Posters available on the meeting website throughout the month of October

 

 

Attend Online Training

 

 

 Tuesday Training Sessions

 

Each Tuesday in October will feature an online training session with members of the Materials Design Support Team.

 

The training sessions provide an exclusive opportunity to learn about the MedeA Environment 
and to interact with support scientists and developers. Topics will relate to the presentations given by the plenary speakers.

  • Training materials will be available for download and self-paced study

  • Must be a customer currently under maintenance

  • Spaces for training will be limited - register early

Present Your Research

 

 

We Invite You to Submit a Scientific Talk or Poster


The MedeA User Group Meeting is a unique forum for scientific and technical research communication and discussion. We invite you to present your research to this forum in the format of either a recorded 25 minute presentation, or a poster photo submission with an optional three minute recorded presentation. These presentations will available to view on our UGM site by MedeA current customers attending the UGM throughout October.  If you are interested in submitting a poster or a talk, are a current customers under maintenance, please contact Dr. Volker Eyert, who is organizing and chairing the talks and posters, at ugm@materialsdesign.com.

 

 

Visit the UGM site for more details.

Network Online with Peers

 

 

Network 
 

The Materials Design User Group Meeting represents an occasion to meet colleagues and developers online, present results, learn about developments in MedeA, and see the latest developments in computational materials science and engineering.  We invite you to join the Materials Design User Group Meeting online this October. ​
Open to current customers under maintenance only.

Meeting Registration

 

Register now to secure your place at the 2020 Materials Design UGM.  

 

For customers under maintenance: 
Registration for the User Group Meeting includes entry into any plenary sessions, training sessions, network and mentoring sessions, access to technical presentations, and the opportunity for collaborative discussion with Materials Design and its network of collaborators.  Registration and trainings are at no cost for all current Materials Design customers under maintenance. 

For everyone: 
Registration for the User Group Meeting includes entry into any plenary sessions.

 

 

If you have any questions, please contact ugm@materialsdesign.com.

 

 

 

 

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