Materials are the core to modern society. Discovery and development in material science drives innovation and revolution in almost every industry, and is at the very center to each of the rising technologies today, e.g., new battery materials that is able to store a large amount of energy in a small space with high stability will drive tomorrow’s transportation; new semiconductor materials development pushes the limit of computation capabilities.
We are in the middle of a materials revolution today. However, new materials development today is becoming more complex than ever before. The world is in need of advanced materials such as composite materials, programmable materials, and functional integrated materials. Such need requires better understanding of the materials from deep down to the very molecular scale and all the way up through its synthesis, manufacture and macroscale performance.
- Understand the industrial drives and key requirements of materials modeling
- Understand the key differentiators from SIMULIA multiscale solutions
- Learn recent advances in multiscale materials modeling technologies
- Understand the implementation of Mean Field Homogenization and Representative Volume Element
- See realistic use cases and end-to-end workflows using Abaqus multiscale materials modeling
Who should attend?
Mechanical Designer, Analysis Engineer, Structural Engineer, Product Engineer, Structural Analyst, CAE Analyst