Industrial needs on materials modelling are a moving target since the requirements on industrial operations depend on changing regulation, market demands and overall policies (like Green Deal, Digitalization, etc.). On the other hand, completely new computing paradigms, like quantum and neuromorphic computing, show up which potentially will have a huge impact in the long term on industrial innovation processes.
The central question to be answered in this session is: Which features of modelling tools will change the game in industry in the near and long term from the perspective of identified industrial needs.
Identify game changers for industrial use of materials modelling in short and long term perspectives.
A View from Academia: the Longest-term Perspective?
by Peter Haynes (Imperial College London, UK)
Next Generation computing at BASF
by Brian Standen (BASF, US)
The future, designed by materials modeling - A specialty chemicals perspective
by Thomas Asche (Evonik Operations, DE)
Peter Klein (Fraunhofer ITWM, DE)