Digital Transformation for Chemistry & Materials Innovation
Accelerating Ideation to Commercialization
- Six talks - now on demand!
- Presented by Application Scientists, Product Managers and Schrödinger’s European Managing Director
- Each seminar (with video demonstrations) are 45 minutes, plus dedicated discourse time
Research Managers, Decision-makers, Chemists, Experimentalists, Working in Material Science Research
We are witnessing a revolution in what in-silico tools can offer the material sciences field. Massive advances in computational power enable us to simulate in expanded chemical space and optimize with greater insight, to funnel only the most promising solutions through to experimentation.
Polymers, Food, Catalysis and Organic Electronics, are some of today's fields capitalizing on these advances, allowing them to benefit in many ways: the suggestion of materials with better performance or sustainability; the inclusion of food encapsulation; the accurate prediction of key properties for the design of high-quality, next-generation organic electronic materials.
The digital transformation of R&D, requires modelling to be both prospective, and fully integrated into our experimental expertise and subsequently internal processes. This is not simply a matter of collating data from various departments into one place, rather, to raise awareness of what modeling can offer, and leverage a collaborative design platform, where all domain experts can explore the data and work together to achieve project goals.
We will present our perspective on the roadmap for digital transformation.
|Accelerating Innovation for Polymeric Materials with Molecular Modeling
Featuring Andrea Browning (for abstract click here)
|Leveraging a molecular modeling platform to drive innovation in flavors and ingredients research for the food and beverage industry
Featuring Jeff Sanders (for abstract click here)
|A Chemist's View on R&D Digitalization
Featuring Laura Scarbath-Evers (for abstract click here)
|High-Throughput Reaction Screening for Accelerated Materials Research
Featuring Thomas J. L. Mustard (for abstract click here)
|Materials innovation in organic electronics powered by Schrödinger technology
Featuring H. Shaun Kwak (for abstract click here)
|Digital Transformation in Chemistry and Materials Research
Featuring Jörg Weiser (for abstract click here)