Panel Discussion: The Future of Computational Materials Science and Engineering

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Building 1, 190
33 MASSACHUSETTS AVE, Cambridge, MA 02139

This discussion is part of a 3-day mini-summit through DMSE. Please join us on Sept. 10 and 12 for more events! 

Computational research has been an established component of science and engineering fields for decades now, and with computing technology in a constant state of evolution it’s important to take a step back to gain perspective. Where is computation taking our research, our innovation, our technology, and our materials? What might the future of computational materials research look like?
 
This panel discussion will create an open dialogue between leading computational materials scientists to identify current and future trends and provide a broad view of the vast possibilities computation presents materials researchers. 
 
The Panel: Professor David Srolovitz from University of Pennsylvania, Professor Alain Karma from Northeastern Universit, Professor Adrian Sutton from Imperial College London
 
Moderated by DMSE’s Professor W. Craig Carter.

 

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Conferences/Seminars/Lectures

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Academic, General

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School of Engineering (SoE)

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lecture, Seminar, computation, materials science, Mini-summit

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Department of Materials Science and Engineering (DMSE)
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##MITmaterials #Mini-summit #compmaterials

Contact Email

rkendall@mit.edu

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