A report released last month confirms earlier findings that materials modelling produces substantial ROI and improved product innovation, quality and reliability, among other benefits. Continue reading
Thermo-Calc Software is proud to sponsor two summer school programs that support the growth and education of Computational Thermodynamics for graduate students, postgraduate researchers and faculty. Continue reading
Universities in the United States can compete to win a free three-year Materials Genome Toolkit incorporating Thermo-Calc for use in undergraduate engineering programs. Continue reading
Gregory B. Olson, a pioneer in the field of ICME and current collaborator with Thermo-Calc Software, received an honorary doctoral degree from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, this November.
This internationally recognised thermodynamic database, TAF-ID, was created in a joint project among 9 organisations, representing 6 member countries: Canada (AECL, RMCC, UOIT), France (CEA), Japan (JAEA, CRIEPI), The Netherlands (NRG), the Republic of Korea (KAERI) and The United States (DoE). Continue reading
We would like to draw your attention to a recent publication by O. Prat et al., in which TC-PRISMA has successfully been used for modeling precipitation kinetics in a novel 9%Cr heat resistant steel. This highly interesting paper can be accessed by following the link below: