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WIN Industry Seminar Series: Atomic WorksExport this event to calendar

Thursday, May 3, 2018 — 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM EDT

Join WIN members, students and post-docs for our inaugural WIN Industry Seminar Series. Dr. Jamal Zeinalov, co-founder and CEO of Atomic Works. His company develops software simulation platforms to assist in the discovery of new materials and structures on a molecular scale.

Including an intuitive user interface, powerful molecular editor, fast DFT and MD solvers, our software package makes it possible to determine the most optimum molecular compositions and structures for wide range of applications in drug discovery, power storage, chemical processing, semiconductor research, chip design, and materials research including glass, polymers, metals, graphene, carbon nano tubes and many others. We are working on creating the most flexible and comprehensive molecular dynamics simulation software to take full advantage of modern computing capabilities and AI assisted optimization algorithms to change the way materials are discovered.

Our goals are to introduce moleculr simulation tools to the widest possible audience of researcher, scientists and engineers working in nano-materials research and development across different fields and applications. We are looking for research partners and customers in both industrial and academic environments in the fields of material science, drug discovery, power storage, coatings, nanomaterial assembly and printing, and nanofabrication.

Dr. Jamal Zeinalov is a founder of Atomic Works, a software development company specializing in simulation platforms for nanomaterials. He has over fifteen years of experience in scientific and engineering simulation software development fields and holds a doctorate degree in Aerospace Engineering. His research interests include material characterization and properties at nanometer to micrometer scale, advancement of size and time scale of molecular simulations, development of field force potential and bond formation simulations, nanomaterial simulations for metallic, ceramic, carbon based and biochemical applications.

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Location 
QNC - Quantum Nano Centre

200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada

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