Computational Science Simulation Technology at the Core of Materials Informatics August 7 (Wed) Hosted by: CMC Research Inc.
Computational Science Simulation Technology at the Core of Materials Informatics August 7 (Wed) Hosted by: CMC Research Co., Ltd. ………………………………………………………………………………………… At CMC Research Co., Ltd. (Chiyoda-ku Kanda-cho, Chiyoda-ku: cmcre.com/), which provides advanced technology information and market information, in addition to various materials and chemicals, electronics, batteries, informatics, etc. Mr. H. Kubo as a lecturer in the seminar entitled “The Computational Science Simulation Technology at the Core of Materials Informatics” and the seminar on the market trends / technological trends and the publication of books. The Center for Computational Materials Science Center Director and Professor) will be held from 10:30 on August 7, 2019 (Wednesday) at the Chiyoda Platform Square on the 5th floor 503 Meeting Room (Kaimachi, Chiyoda Ward). Tuition fee: General: 54,000 yen (tax included), Our e-mail magazine member: 48,000 yen (tax included), academic price is 25,000 yen (with materials and lunch included). For details and registration of the seminar, please see our URL below! cmcre.com/archives/46552/ There is also a time for questions and answers, so please join us. The development of materials informatics in recent years is remarkable, and it is widely recognized that the ability to fully utilize materials informatics will be an important key to distinguish the success or failure of materials development in future companies in many companies. . On the other hand, in materials informatics, computational science simulation plays an important role, and it is widely recognized in many companies that cooperation between materials informatics and computational science simulation is indispensable. Therefore, in this lecture, we will focus on lectures from basics to applications of computational science simulation, which is the core of materials informatics, and introduce successful examples of various material designs using computational science simulation. In addition, to the audience, how can computational science simulation be applied to material development in a real company, and how can computational science simulation be used effectively? I think that you can understand the basics. 1) Seminar theme and date Theme: Computational Science Simulation Technology at the Core of Materials Informatics Date and time: Wednesday, August 7, 2019 10:30-16:30 Venue: Chiyoda Platform Square 5F 503 3-21 Kanda Nishikicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0054 Participation fee: 54,000 yen (tax included) ※ With documentation and lunch * Mail magazine registrant: 48,000 yen (tax included) * Academic price is 25,000 yen (tax included) Lecturer: Mr. H. Kubo Director, Center for Computational Materials Science, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
[Knowledge obtained at the seminar]
You can apply computational science simulation, which is the core of materials informatics, to product development in a company, and gain insights into what kind of successes have been achieved so far. In the future, we can understand the path of how computational science simulation can be used for product development in a company. In addition, you can understand how computational science simulations and materials informatics should work together. 2) How to apply The relevant research site of CMC Research cmcre.com/archives/46552/ Please apply from We will send you an audition ticket, a map of the venue, and an invoice.
3) Introduction of the seminar program 1. Significance and utilization of companies in computational science at the core of materials informatics 1.1 Significance and utilization of computational science simulation in companies 1.2 Collaboration between Materials Informatics and Computational Science Simulation 1.3 High-speed screening by computational science using materials informatics 1.4 Patent Strategy by Computational Science Simulation 1.5 Industry-academia collaboration using computational science simulation 2. Basics of computational science simulation 2.1 Basics, features, applicable fields, application limits of neural networks 2.2 Basics, features, applicable fields, application limits of molecular mechanics method 2.3 Basics, features, applicable fields, application limits of molecular dynamics method 2.4 Basics, features, applicable fields, application limits of Monteluro method 2.5 Fundamentals, features, applicable fields, application limits of quantum chemistry 2.6 Fundamentals, features, applicable fields, application limits of quantum molecular dynamics method 3. Practical material design by computational science simulation 3.1 Application to tribology 3.2 Application to chemical mechanical polishing process 3.3 Application to material synthesis process 3.4 Application to precision machining process 3.5 Applications to electronics and semiconductors 3.6 Application to lithium ion secondary battery 3.7 Application to fuel cells 3.8 Application to solar cells 3.9 Application to stress corrosion cracking of steel materials 3.10 Application to wear and deterioration phenomena 3.11 Application to polymer materials 4. Future Development of Computational Science Simulation 4.1 Multiphysics Computational Science 4.2 Multiscale Computational Science 4.3 Post “K” Project 5. Questions and answers, business card exchange, individual consultation 4) Instructor introduction
March 1990 Graduated from Department of Petroleum Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University March 1992 Master’s Program in Petrochemicals, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University July 1992 Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University April 2001 Assistant Professor, Department of Materials Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University October 2003 Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Joint Research Scientist for Strategic Creation Research Promotion Project April 2006 Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology commendation for science and technology field (young scientist award) January 2008 Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University March 2015 Professor, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University April 2017 Director, Center for Computational Materials Science, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
March 2013 Japan Chemical Society Academic Award May 2015 Japan Society of Computer Chemistry Award Winner 2016 令 Wakamoto fiscal year Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology post “Kyoto” emerging problem “challenge of basic science” problem person in charge 5) About seminar target person and privilege ★ Academic prices: National, local public organizations, and universities with school legal personality, graduate teachers, students under the school education law. ★ If all applicants are registered as e-mail magazine members by two or more simultaneous applicants, the second person will be free, and after the third person will be half the price of the e-mail magazine.
【Seminar target person】
Those who want to realize efficient and high-speed material design by using computational science simulation and materials informatics at the electronic and atomic level, not by trial and error research and development by experiments in companies. In particular, those who are interested in computational science simulation, which is the core of materials informatics, and want to gain knowledge of how computational science simulation can be used in a company. ☆ Details and application from here ↓ Http://cmcre.com/archives/42911/ 6) Information on related seminars (1) Introduction to Materials Informatics Date and time: July 23, 2019 (Tuesday) 10:30 to 16:30 Http://cmcre.com/archives/42949/ (2) Introduction to data analysis for material development Materials informatics, chemoinformatics, process informatics Date and time: September 18, 2019 (Wed) 10:30 to 17:30 Http://cmcre.com/archives/48356/ ☆ A list of upcoming seminars is here! ↓ Http://cmcre.com/archives/category/seminar/seminar_cmc_f/ 7) Information on related books ☆ List of issued books from here ↓ Http://cmcre.com/archives/category/cmc_all/ that’s all
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