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DAY 1 – Monday, FEB 25, 2019
Welcome and presentation of the European Materials Modelling Council by Nadja Adamovic (TU Wien, AT)
European Commission: Activities in the Framework of Industrial Commons by Anne de Baas (European Commission)
Plenary Talk 1
Materials modelling – A key enabler for the business by Sandeep Namdeo (Airborne Oil & Gas, NL)
Plenary Talk 2
Beyond the Models: Applying Semantic Technologies Across the Enterprise by Eric Little (OSTHUS, US)
SESSION 1 – Bridging physics-based and data-driven modelling
Integration of Machine Learning and Physics by Signe Riemer-Sørensen (SINTEF Digital, NO)
SESSION 2 – Digital Transformation of Materials R&D
Machine Learning for Inorganic Compounds Design by Nadezhda N. Kiselyova (Russian Academy of Sciences, RU)
Nanomaterials ontologies: data integration and applications to risk assessment by Egon Willighagen (Maastricht University, NL)
SESSION 3 – Towards the Translator as a key professional
How to make an academic a professional translator ? by Ronan Le Goff (IPC, FR)
Impulse presentation #2 by Yuri Kadin (SKF Research & Technology development, NL)
SESSION 4 – Verification and validation as tools for promoting discrete models in industry
Impulse presentation #1 by David Cebon (Granta Design, UK)
An Industrial Perspective on Materials Modeling Credibility and V&V Standards by Jean-François Imbert (SIMconcept Consulting, FR)
SESSION 5 – Open Modelling Frameworks
Standardization of representation of materials, manufacturing process and their simulation through metamodeling driven ontology by B.P. Gautham (TCS Research, IN)
Impulse presentation #2 by Klaus Wolf (Fraunhofer SCAI, DE)
Impulse presentation #3 by Adham Hashibon (Fraunhofer IWM, DE)
SESSION 6 – Translation for and by SMEs
Synthesis of desired nanoparticles and reduction of unwanted ones by Amit Bhave (CMCL Innovations, UK)
Material modelling in Design chain of lightweight components by Nicola Gramegna (Enginsoft S.p.A., IT)
DAY 2 – Tuesday, FEB 26, 2019
Plenary Talk 3
The nanoporous materials genome in action by Berend Smit (EPFL, CH)
Plenary Talk 4
Technology Infrastructure to support Advanced Materials: Economic Analysis of Needs and Opportunities by Ben Anderson  (RTI, US)
SESSION 7 – Coupling & Linking of models towards industrial needs
Thematic Materials Design Platforms as a Multiscale Simulation Environment by Kwang-Ryeol Lee (KIST, KR)
The gaps and challenges in linking models: A perspective from catalysis by Ludovic Briquet (Johnson Matthey, UK)
SESSION 8 – International Materials Ontology
Industrial Ontologies Foundry – foundations and industrial applications by Dimitris Kiritsis (EPFL-ICT, CH)
Impulse presentation #2 by Toshihiro Ashino (TOYO Univ., JP)
Impulse presentation #3 by Emanuele Ghedini (Università di Bologna, IT)
SESSION 9 – Training for translators, with emphasis on economic concepts and skills
Impulse presentation #1 by Hein Koelman (DOW, NL)
Artificial intelligence based tools to support translators in material modelling: The ongoing training test case at Politecnico di Torino and Politecnico di Milano
by Eliodoro Chiavazzo (POLITO, IT)
SESSION 10 – Marketplaces: emerging business opportunities and impact on digital society
Impulse presentation #1 by Takuya Kadohira (NIMS, JP)
Novel business models for digital platforms by Katri Valkokari (VTT, FI)
MARKET4.0 – A Multi-Sided Business Platform for Plug and Produce Industrial Product Service Systems – How do we build the manufacturing B2B marketplaces of the future by Raimund Bröchler (INTRASOFT Intl., LU)
SESSION 11 – Progress in the Industrial Deployment of Materials Modelling Software
Progress in the Industrial Deployment of Materials Modelling Software by Anders Engström (Thermo-Calc, SE)
Impulse presentation #2 by Brian Dron (MDS, DE)
Impulse presentation #3 by Stan van Gisbergen (SCM, NL)
SESSION 12 – Raising the maturity level of materials modelling adoption in industry
Modelling Technology Transitions associated with Materials Modelling by Christa Court (University of Florida, US)
Impulse presentation #2 by Glenn Jones (Johnson Matthey, UK)
Engineering Modelling and Simulation: Best Practice and State-of-the-Art by Gino Duffett (NAFEMS International, UK/DE)
DAY 3 – Wednesday, FEB 27, 2019
Plenary Talk 5
Collaborate for Faster Innovation with the 3DExperience Platform by Barbara Holtz (Dassault Systemes, UK)
Plenary Talk 6
Deploying Materials Modeling in Industry: Successes and Challenges by Mike Haverty (Applied Materials, US)
SESSION 13 – Innovation hubs: foundations of modelling services
The AiiDA Lab Ecosystem for Computational Materials Science by Leopold Talirz (EPFL, CH)
Impulse presentation #2 by Stephan Hojda (RWTH Aachen University, DE)
Modelling in a materials characterisation Test Bed – FormPlanet case by Esther Hurtós (EURECAT- FormPlanet Test Bed, ES)
Impulse presentation #4 by Borek Patzak (Czech Technical University in Prague, CZ)
SESSION 14 – Business Models for Materials Modelling Software
Impulse presentation #2 by Thomas Schrefl (Danube University Krems, AT)
Impulse presentation #3 by Zlatan Stanojevic  (Global TCAD Solutions GmbH, AT)
SESSION 15 – Business Decision Support Systems (BDSS): from concept to implementation
Impulse presentation #1 by Adham Hashibon (Fraunhofer IWM, DE)
COMPOSELECTOR BDSS An Integrated Business Process andMaterial Modelling Framework for Composites Materials by Salim Belouettar (LIST, LU)
SESSION 16 – Innovation hubs: next generation collaboration and services on marketplaces
Open Innovation Environment in materials characterisation: the example from H2020 project OYSTER by Marco Sebastiani (Roma Tre University, IT)
Impulse presentation #2 by Alejandro Strachan (Purdue University, US)
SESSION 17 – Open source and commercial software for Industrial Deployment of Materials Modelling Software
The VASP Software GmbH: Why did we go commercial? by Georg Kresse (University Vienna, AT)
Materials Integration: An All-of-the- Above Approach by Mike Haverty (Applied Materials, US)
Impulse presentation #3 by Laurent Adam (e-Xstream engineering, BE)
SESSION 18 – Increasing the adoption of materials modelling with SMEs
Impulse presentation #1 by Katya Vladislavleva (Datastories, BE)
Working with SMEs: challenges and opportunities by Welchy Leite Cavalcanti (Fraunhofer IFAM, DE)
Giving SMEs confidence to adopt materials modelling outcomes by Donna Dykeman and Davide Di Stefano (GRANTA, UK)