Accelerating innovation for polymeric materials with molecular modelling

Originally Aired June 10, 2021
 

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Accelerating innovation for polymeric materials with molecular modelling

Originally Aired June 10, 2021
 

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Polymeric materials have found widespread applications across a diverse range of industries. Their development has traditionally relied on experimental exploration of candidate chemistries; which is time-consuming, expensive and limited in scope. As we push toward the next generation of polymers with enhanced performance and sustainability, computational chemistry and informatics provide a critical connection between chemistry and properties.

Molecular modeling can be used for high throughput screening, gaining fundamental understanding and providing the foundation for enhanced collaboration between teams working on polymer development. This webcast will review how molecular modeling has become a practical and important tool for polymer research engineers and scientists to have in their toolbox.

You will learn:
  • How polymer innovation and manufacturing use chemically informed simulations
  • Examples in bio-based polymers, thermoset resins, and thermoplastics such as polyacrylates and polyolefins
  • Techniques for integrating simulation into industrial research and development

  • This webcast has been produced by Schrödinger, Inc. , who retains sole responsibility for content. About this content.

    Presenters

    Presenter
    Dr. Andrea Browning
    Product Manager, Polymers and Soft Matter
    Schrödinger
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    Presenter
    Dr. Jayshan Carpen
    Moderator
    Springer Nature
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