Recorded Webinars

In addition to regularly hosting live webinars, our past webinars are recorded so that you may refer to them at any time. Learn from our engaging scientists, enhance your experience using Materials Design, Inc. software, and download our slides!

Advancing Automotive Innovation with Materials Modeling

Training: MedeA VASP: Explore the comprehensible and user-friendly GUI in MedeA VASP

Training with Q&A

Development of New Solvents for CO2 Capture Using Molecular Simulations

Speaker: Dr. Frederick de Meyer, Total S.E.

Training-Advanced Atomic Model Building Based on Comprehensive Databases

Materials Constitution Data in MSI Eureka – Fundamentals for Efficient R&D

Machine Learning Meets Quantum Chemistry: Using Theory, Data, and Experiments to Design Catalysts

Training: Orbital Level Understanding of Adsorbate-Surface Interactions in Catalysis

Training-Li-Ion Batteries and Beyond: Driving Next-Generation Energy Storage with MedeA

Li-Ion Batteries and Beyond: Driving Next-Generation Energy Storage with MedeA

Molecular Simulation of Fluids: The SAFT Coarse Graining Technique

Computational Pharmaceutical Science: Guiding Experiments in a Sea of Variables

Materials Design User Group Meeting 2020

Modelling Catalyst Deactivation: Multiscale Modelling of Zeolite Catalysis

Materials Design User Group Meeting 2020

The Random Phase Approximation: A Practical Method Beyond DFT

Materials Design User Group Meeting 2020

Interatomic Potentials - Why We Still Need Them and How Can We Improve Them

Materials Design User Group Meeting 2020

From National Security to Energy Security: How Computational Chemistry is Defining Science at SRNL

Materials Design User Group Meeting 2020

MedeA 3.1-- Precision at Scale -The New Normal

Exploring Battery Materials: Electrodes, Electrolytes, and Interfaces Thereof

Mesoscale Simulations

VASP.6: Total energies beyond DFT

Diffusion and You: Batteries, Catalysis, Alloys, Corrosion, and the Stock Market

Elasticity and Beyond: Predicting Mechanical Properties with MedeA

High Value from High Throughput
in the MedeA Environment Replay

VASP in MedeA: A Fast Way- From Models to Reliable Results

Modeling Hydrogen in Metals: Diffusion, Dislocations, Phase Transformations, and Embrittlement

MedeA 3.0 Getting to Science Faster

Use of Polymer Theoretical Concepts in Atomistic Polymer Simulation Software

Thermodynamic Properties of Multifunctional Polycyclic Compounds from Simulation

MedeA Deposition: Atomistic-Scale Simulations of Deposition, Growth, Oxidation, and Etching at your Fingertips

The Color of Materials: Value from Computed Optical Properties

Computational Analysis of Organic Photovoltaics and Organic Radical Batteries

Developing and Applying Correlative Models in Materials Science

Using MedeA to Study Formation and Properties of Polymer Networks

Predicting Petroleum Fraction Thermophysical Properties - Advances in Molecular Simulation

High Value from High Throughput in the MedeA Environment

Atomistic-Scale Simulations of Real, Messy, Nasty, and Complex Reactive Materials – The ReaxFF Reactive Force Field and Its Applications

Predicting Elastic Properties Using Ab Initio And Forcefield Based Simulations

Advancing the Design of Materials for Batteries Through Atomic-Scale Modeling

An Introduction to the MedeA User Interface

Harness the Power of LAMMPS Molecular Dynamics Code with MedeA

MedeA 2.22: Unlock the Code

Classical Forcefields for Modeling Materials on Atomic Scale

Fluid Properties from Molecular Simulation: Applications in Chemical Engineering and the Oil & Gas Industry

High Throughput Simulations in the Materials Design MedeA Environment

From Band Structures to Electronic Materials with MedeA

VASP In MedeA: A Fast Way from Models to Reliable Results with Dr. Walter Wolf

Classical (Forcefield) Methods for Chemistry and Catalysis

Atomic-Scale Modeling With MedeA: A Path To Innovation In Batteries

Computational Metallurgy: Grain Boundaries, Diffusion, and Surface Reactivity

Computational Polymer Science: Atomistic Modeling Tools and Materials Applications

MedeA UNCLE: Atomistic Studies of Crystalline Systems at Higher Scales

Latest webinar! Machine Learning Meets Quantum Chemistry Using Theory Data and Experiments to Design Catalysts

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