|CCL 09.06.11 THE FUTURE OF MOLECULAR MODELING IN INDUSTRIAL R&D|
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Date: Mon May 18 11:36:31 2009
Subject: 09.06.11 THE FUTURE OF MOLECULAR MODELING IN INDUSTRIAL R&D
Dear All, Scienomics invites you to a world wide webinar on June 11th 2009 at 4:00pm (CEST), where our scientists will demonstrate how Scienomics' simulation technology can generate valuable data for your R&D projects and reduce experimental time and investment. MAPS is a commercial molecular simulations platform for materials science and combines open source and proprietary modeling tools, like for example, LAMMPS, Towhee, NAMD, Turbomole, MNDO, SciDPD and more. Applications of MAPS based simulation technology range from the calculation of friction coefficients for lubricants over mechanical properties for nanocomposites to critical micelle concentrations for the home and personal care industry. Additionally, Scienomics' physical properties engine, SciTherm which allows equation of state type of modeling will be presented. The focus here will be given to applications in gas separations as well as solubility prediction of pharmaceuticals directly from their molecular structure. WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS WEBINAR? _______________________________ Researchers that are interested in Molecular modeling from: Chemical industry Petrochemical industry Oil and Gas industry Home and personal care industry Transport and defense industry Drug release and pharmaceutical industry WEBINAR HIGHLIGHTS: ___________________ Properties of polymers, polymer blends and polymer additive systems VLE behavior of single and multicomponent systems Performance of lubricants and other additives Friction coefficients and viscosity of liquids Determination of critical micelle concentration Stability and morphology of alloys Interaction of growth inhibitors with drug crystals REGISTRATION & INFORMATION: _____________________________ To register for this free webinar, please use the registration form at http://www.scienomics.com/contact/webinar/06-11-09.php alternatively, go to http://www.scienomics.com/resource/webinars/webinar-11-06-09.pdf to download the form, fill and return it by fax to Scienomics at + 49 231 1385 243. For any additional information, please contact Rosa Weber at +49 231 135 8088. Cordially, Rosa Weber Support and Services Scienomics.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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