What is the UGM?
Materials Design MedeA User Group Meeting
The Materials Design MedeA User Group Meeting (UGM) represents a unique opportunity to work with colleagues and developers, present results, learn about developments in MedeA, and see the latest developments in computational material science and engineering.
Why attend the UGM?
The Plenary sessions cover a broad range of research and modeling areas that will educate and inspire. This research fuels the development of our software and enriches its scientific foundation.
Professor Michele Parrinello, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Professor Ralf Drautz, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Professor Georg Kresse, The University of Vienna, Austria
Professor Saad Alafnan, KFUPM
Plenary speakers and general sessions will be held October 10-11.
Monday October 9th will feature an innovative training workshop, facilitated by the Materials Design Team. The training sessions present a rare and exclusive opportunity to delve into the capabilities of the MedeA Environment. Participants are encouraged to interact and work with fellow researchers and developers from the Materials Design team. The topics covered will be closely aligned with the presentations delivered by the plenary speakers.
Comprehensive training materials will be provided, allowing attendees to engage in self-paced study. These sessions are open to all customers. However, it is important to note that spaces for training will be limited, so we highly recommend early registration to secure your spot.
Connect, Learn, and Innovate Together: The upcoming Materials Design User Group Meeting is an exceptional platform that brings together colleagues and developers from across the globe. This event offers a multitude of opportunities for you to expand your knowledge, network with industry professionals, and actively contribute to the future development of MedeA.