Workshops announcement

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Meet us in London and Seoul

We are warmly in inviting you register for our London workshop on 11 September 2015.
This is a unique opportunity to see several world-renown plasma physics experts in a rather informal atmosphere and have personal interaction with them, as well as try out Quantemol and Synopsys software solution for plasma modelling. The program is available here. I remind you that registration is free, but number of places is limited, don’t postpone it too late!

We are also happy to announce that we have started collaboration with CMSI Korea as our representative in South Korea. We will be visiting Seoul in November and inviting you to attend our workshop on 9 November 2015 in Seoul. More details will follow shortly. Please contact us on info@quantemol.com if you are interested in registration and I’ll put you in touch with organisers from CMSI .


Workshop announcement

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Quantemol workshop
Linking simulation with experiment from reactor scale modelling to feature profile.
11 September 2015, London

We are warmly inviting you to join our workshop on 11 September 2015 (Friday) in London.

The talk session program boasts world leading scientists: Prof. Mark Kushner, University of Michigan; Dr. Peter Ventzek, Tokyo Electron; Prof. Jean-Paul Booth, Ecole Polytechnique; Prof. Julian Schulze, West Virginia University; Prof. Jonathan Tennyson, University College London and also Dr. Mohamed Oulmane from Synopsys, Dr. Sebastian Mohr from Quantemol.

Morning talks are followed by an afternoon hands-on session in computer cluster room where attendees can try out reactor scale modelling working together with feature profile modelling.

The workshop is held in central London, see directions how to get here.

Registration is free of charge, but the number of places is limited (35 places). Please register here in advance.

Looking forward to seeing you in London!

Regards, Quantemol team


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Dear Partners,

Would you like to have an access to a database with experimentally validated plasma chemistry sets? If your answer is yes, please let us know which plasma chemistries are important for your research, just answer here.

We are also welcoming you to register early at our workshop “Linking simulation with experiment”, taking place in London on 11 September 2015. Special focus of the workshop this year is on integrated plasma modelling on reactor scale and feature scale (together with Synopsys). More details and preliminary program can be found here. In order to register just reply to this email, registration is FREE, but number of places is limited.

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Also see our updated software release notes for Quantemol-N v4.9 and Quantemol-VT v.1.4


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