This international conference aims to promote the use of simulations technology for Material Science research. Atomistic and mesoscale simulations as well as Thermodynamic Models and QSAR predictions will be covered in this framework. A special focus is given to applications in an industrial environment.
Advances in theoretical and computational methods and their efficient implementation in Scienomics' MAPS platform will be discussed and illustrated with several case studies of scientific and industrial relevance. Materials development by design can be achieved with modern modeling technology, and MAPS in combination with its powerful simulation engines is a tool to address this challenge. In particular, the added value of understanding and predicting materials properties allows to design and select materials enabled products that satisfy specific market requirements. As an additional benefit fundamental scientific insights can be gained by applying simulation techniques, which will not only enrich knowledge in the industrial sector but also for governmental and academic research institutions.
The conference will cover applications from several industrial areas including chemicals, oil & gas, materials and pharmaceuticals.
■ Call for Papers : Open
■ Abstract Submission by : 15 Sept. 2016
■ Response to Authors : 30 Sept. 2016
■ Preliminary Program : 30 Sept. 2016
■ Registration Opens : 5 Aug. 2016
Participation Fees (all taxes included)
- BySept: 15th you can register for free
- After Sept 15th the fees are: Commercial $450, Academic faculty $250, Student $100.
- Rooms: Scienomics has negotiated special prices for the event. The price is $149 per night (instead of $210). This reduced rate is available for bookings realized by Sept 30th after this date the room rate goes up to the regular rate. You are invited to make your booking to the hotel directly and ask for the discounted SciMeeting2015 rate.
- Joe Feldkamp(KCC)
- Siri Govind(PacificNorthwestNationalLab.)
- Lalitha Subramanian(Scienomics)
- Mary Rodriguez(Scienomics)