Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling Solutions for Chemical and Materials Industry
We are very happy to announce the change in our seminar schedule and the introduction of our next special guest speaker.
Dr. Stan van Gisbergen from Scientific Computing & Modelling NV (SCM) will give a presentation titled:
“The ADF2008 release: new developments and applications in DFT”
Please download the updated Seminar Brochure for more informations regarding Dr. Stan van Gisbergen and the updated seminar schedule.
For more informations regarding ADF software, please visit SCM website
The forthcoming seminar in Cambridge is the first of our planned series of seminars dedicated to computational chemistry. We would like to draw the attention of commercial research and development centers to the latest scientific software solutions for chemical and materials industry. To achieve this goal we decided to prepare a seminar that covers general aspects of use of computational chemistry and molecular modeling in the mentioned industries, with special focus on specific applications in different fields such as microelectronics, glass research and toxicity.
On the other hand, our two most recently released products Materials Explorer 5.0 and SCIGRESS v.1, represent the highest quality scientific software introducing some of the most recent solutions in the subject. The highest level of expertise of Fujitsu software engineers, as well as some of the most recent algorithms and solutions available, make our software one of the most competitive and advanced solutions for industrial partners.
All of our speakers, including our special guests Dr. Akira Takada from Asahi Glass Co. Ltd, and Dr. Chioko Kaneta from Fujitsu Laboratories Japan, represent the top level of expertise in the fields of molecular modeling and computational chemistry. They have many years of professional experience both with the development and application of scientific software in the cutting-edge research work.
The seminar will be held at The Trinity Centre conference centre of the Cambridge Science Park.
The Trinity Centre
24 Cambridge Science Park
Cambridge CB4 0FN
Registration & Schedule
Participation in the”Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling Solutions for Chemical and Materials Industry” FUJITSU seminar in Cambridge is free of charge.
In order to review the schedule and register to the seminar, please download the following prospect: Seminar Brochure
Due to the limited space the order of registration is crucial. Late registrations might not be considered. The deadline for registration is 14.10.2008.