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After a brave battle against cancer Phil Mages passed away in the early morning of Thursday October 13, 2016.

Phil was a respected colleague and wonderful human being.  He was held in high regard by all of his colleagues at Materials Design, Inc.  Phil was the Sales Manager for Academic Accounts in the US.  He was well-liked by his customers because he was knowledgeable and treated everyone with so much respect.

The 2016 UGM Dinner- at Seattle's Visually Stunning Aquarium on the Waterfront

The 2016 UGM Dinner - at Seattle's Visually Stunning Aquarium on the Waterfront

We would love to see you in Seattle, Wa for the 2016 MedeA Users' Group Meeting. The meeting provides an excellent opportunity to network with MedeA users and share your work. Further, unparalleled access to our developers and the opportunity to provide direct feedback based on your experiences allows you to influence the future of MedeA®. Register Now! 

MedeA 2.20 provides a wide range of enhancements and new capabilities in the MedeA®environment.

MedeA-HT-Launchpad accelerates high throughput calculations. MedeA-HT-Launchpad provides tools to create compendiums of systems and configurations (structure lists) from InfoMaticA databases and VASP trajectories, tools to build combinatorial libraries, tools to store structures and results of high throughput calculations, and utilites for sorting and duplicate removal.

A paper presented at the 17th International Symposium on Zirconium in the Nuclear Industry in Hyderabad, India by Dr. Walter Wolf of Materials Design®, recently received the John Schemel award for best paper at the conference.

Come and visit our booth at the SPIE Advanced Lithography conference in San Jose, CA, on Feb 23-24 - and see our latest applications of MedeA®in the field of lithography and semiconductor manufacturing (one of the examples modeling pattern collapse issues is below).

Paul Saxe and Jason Coloma will be there throughout the conference, so look us up for a discussion!

MedeA 2.19 provides a range of enhancements and new capabilities in the MedeA®environment.

Join Materials Design team at IEDM in Washington, DC on Dec 7-8!

Together with Global TCAD Solutions, we will present a paper at IEDM on December 7 at 1:30pm (in Georgetown room) on an integrative approach to device modeling on Monday at 1:30pm.

Materials Design, Inc. is excited to launch a new part of our portfolio built on MedeA®.

Get the essential property data for your materials – reliably, economically and saving your valuable time.

Whether you are looking to better guide your experimental work, obtain the data which is difficult or costly experimentally, or running a screening series – we can help getting you the answers you need. All based on MedeA®.

Join Us At IEDM and Our Special Event: Integrative Approach To Semiconductor Device Modeling

Materials Design, Inc. and Global TCAD Solutions invite you to join us in Washington, DC on December 7 and 8 for a unique experience – combining the best-in-class TCAD and atomistic simulation tools to create an integrated device modeling framework.

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Register now for the last webinar on Atomic-Scale Modeling with Materials Design® expert Dr. Volker Eyert! Click Here to Reserve Your Seat!

Sales Executive, Eastern USA - Materials Design, Inc. is leading the way in developing software to simulate materials at the atomistic-level, and proud to provide top-notch scientific support to our customers who are applying these capabilities.

organized by DECHEMA in Frankfurt, Germany, March 9-10, 2017

Materials Design® is proud to be a partner of the European Materials Modelling Council Coordination and Support Action