Molecular modeling for materials science applications: Consumer packaged goods
All-atom molecular dynamics, coarse-grained, and machine learning approaches for studying materials integral to the formulation of CPG
Computational molecular modeling tools have proven effective in materials science research and development. Chemists, physicists and engineers working in materials science will increasingly encounter molecular modeling throughout their careers, making it critical to have a foundational understanding of the cutting edge tools and methods. These courses are ideal for those who wish to develop professionally and expand their CV by earning certification and a badge.
These computational chemistry courses offer an effective and efficient approach to learn practical computational chemistry for materials science:
Introduction to materials modeling
Introduction to materials science (MS) Maestro
Introduction to molecular dynamics (MD)
Molecular dynamics and coarse-grained simulation
Introduction to machine learning (ML)
Guided case study
Coarse-grained modeling of SLES
Independent case study
Self-aggregation of DDM and DPC molecules
Pricing varies by each course and by the participant type. For students wishing to take these courses, we offer a student price of $140 for introductory courses, $290 for the Materials Science bundle, and $825 for advanced courses. For commercial participants, the course price is $545 for introductory courses and $1365 for advanced courses and bundles.
The courses run on sessions, which range from 3-6 week periods during which the course and access to software are available to participants. You can find the course session and start dates on each course page.
Once the course session begins, all lectures are asynchronous and you can view the self-paced videos, tutorials, and assignments at your convenience.
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While access to the software will end when the course closes, some of the material within the course (slides, papers, and tutorials) are available for download so that you can refer back to it after the course. Other materials, such as videos, quizzes, and access to the software, will only be available for the duration of the course.
For the duration of the course, you will have access to a web-based version of Maestro, Bioluminate, Materials Science Maestro and/or LiveDesign (depending on the course). You do not have to separately purchase access to any software. While access to the software will end when the course closes, some of the material within the course (slides, papers, and tutorials) are available for download so that you can refer back to it after the course. Other materials, such as videos, quizzes, and access to the software, will only be available for the duration of the course. Please note that Schrödinger software is only to be used for course-related purposes.