Materials Design is closely monitoring developments of COVID-19 and its effects. The health and safety of our customers, colleagues, and partners are always our top priority. As such, we're following all safety advice and precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Be assured that we are staying up to date on official guidance from governments and international authorities. We are proceeding as planned to hold a safe and successful event October 13–15, 2020 in San Diego, CA. However, if plans change, we will inform our attendees, presenters, and partners.

Materials Design User Group Meeting

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Event Overview

Materials Design Annual User Group Meeting

The Materials Design User Group Meeting represents a unique opportunity to meet colleagues and developers, present results, learn about developments in MedeA, and see the latest developments in computational material science and engineering. We look forward to seeing you in San Diego!

Why attend?

Network with Peers

The Materials Design User Group Meeting represents an occasion to meet colleagues and developers, 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 in San Diego this October.

Present your Poster

The MedeA User Group Meeting is a unique forum for scientific and technical research communication and discussion. If you are interested in presenting a poster at this year’s UGM, Please contact Dr. Ray Shan (rshan@materialsdesign.com). Please provide a title for and brief abstract for your proposed poster.

Technical Session

Presentations cover a broad range of research and modeling areas that will educate and inspire. It is this type of research which fuels the development of our software and enriches its scientific foundation. See the Speakers & Presentations section below for a list of speakers. Check back periodically for updates to this list.

 

Attend Hands on Training

Computers will be provided for each participant with dedicated staff to guide you through modeling scenarios and provide one-on-one training. Lunch and coffee breaks will be provided, all participants receive a training manual, and exploration of participant materials and systems and research projects is encouraged.  This training session provides an exclusive opportunity to learn about the MedeA Environment and to meet and interact with scientists and developers. 

 

Speakers & Presentations

  • Georg Kresse

  • Lindsay Roy

  • Richard Catlow

  • Rutger van Santen

  • Gus Hart

 

More internationally renowned speakers to be announced soon!

General Agenda

Tuesday 13 October: Hands-on MedeA Training followed by a Welcome Cocktail Reception and Poster Session​

Wednesday 14 October: Scientific Program & Customer Banquet

Thursday 15 October: Scientific Program & Technical Discussion

 

Getting to US Grant Hotel

 

From San Diego International Airport – Exit out of the Airport in the right lane. Left on Harbor Drive. Left on Broadway. Left on 3rd Avenue. Right on A Street. Right on 4th Avenue. THE US GRANT is on the right-hand side.

From Santa Fe Depot Train Station - Exit East out of the the Depot, moving away from the harbor. Head east on Broadway, go 10 blocks to 3rd Avenue. Left on 3rd Avenue. Right on A Street. Right on 4th Avenue. THE US GRANT is on the right-hand side. 

Venue

This year's Materials Design User Group Meeting will take place at the historic yet modernly appointed hotel, the US Grant Hotel

The US Grant Hotel

 

326 Broadway 

San Diego, California 92101 

+1 619-232-3121


Negotiated Room Rates: 

$249 Single/Double

$173 Per diem rate with ID

 

Venue Location

326 Broadway 

San Diego, California 92101 

+1 619-232-3121 Hotel Number

 
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