Materials Studio

Solve key materials and chemical research problems with
an integrated, multi-scale modeling environment that delivers
a complete range of simulation methods.

Materials Science Modeling and Simulation

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Materials Studio Overview

Announcing Accelrys Materials Studio 7.0
More Science. More Applications. More People.

The new features and enhancements of Materials Studio 7.0 enable more applications that can be used by more scientists across many industries to engineer better performing materials. Using Materials Studio 7.0, learn how scientists can model and evaluate materials performance and behavior as an integral part of a scientific innovation lifecycle management strategy.

Watch: What’s New in Materials Studio 7.0 Webinar

Read: What’s New in Materials Studio

Materials Studio is a complete modeling and simulation environment designed to allow researchers in materials science and chemistry to predict and understand the relationships of a material’s atomic and molecular structure with its properties and behavior. Using Materials Studio, researchers in many industries are engineering better performing materials of all types, including pharmaceuticals, catalysts, polymers and composites, metals and alloys, batteries and fuel cells, and more.

With Materials Studio you can:

  • Dr. Stephen Todd
    Senior Product Manager, Materials Studio
  • Dr. Nick Reynolds
    Senior Director Field Applications, Pre-Sales
  • Dr. George Fitzgerald
    Advisory Field Applications Scientist, Pre-Sales
  • Dr. Johan Carlsson
    Field Applications Scientist, Pre-Sales
  • Dr. Jason Dejoannis
    Field Applications Scientist, Pre-Sales

Accelerate Innovation Materials Studio enables materials scientists and research teams to develop new, better performing, and more cost effective materials faster and more efficiently than with test and experimentation alone.

Reduce Costs: Materials Studio customers have indicated a reduction of up to 10 times in the number of experiments required to introduce a new material.

Improve Efficiency:  Automate repetitive or tedious modeling tasks by creating reusable modeling and simulation protocols.

Collaborate:  Capture & share expert knowledge and methods to make computational science more consistent across organizational and geographic boundaries.

Solve Your Most Difficult Problems:  Accelrys’ staff of expert scientists assures timely support and expertise to help solve even the most challenging problems in materials science.

Materials Studio includes a graphical user environment—Materials Studio Visualizer— in which researchers can construct, manipulate and view models of molecules, crystalline materials, surfaces, polymers, and mesoscale structures. Materials Studio Visualizer is complemented by a complete set of solution methods including quantum, atomistic (or “classical”), mesoscale, and statistical that enable researchers to evaluate materials at various particle sizes and time scales. It also includes tools for evaluating crystal structure and crystal growth.

Read the Materials Studio Overview Datasheet

System Requirements for Materials Studio

Materials Studio Integration with Pipeline Pilot
and the BIOVIA Foundation

Materials Studio is integrated with Accelrys’ open, scalable, and scientifically aware platform, making it the industry’s most compelling value in materials modeling and simulation.  Expert scientists can encapsulate and automate best practices in reusable “protocols” using Pipeline Pilot and its scientific collections, including the Materials Studio Collection, and then deploy computational science to the global enterprise through BIOVIA Foundation.  This also enables integration of 3rd party or in-house applications to extend the breadth and depth of science supported by Materials Studio.

Read the Materials Studio Collection datasheet

View the Materials Studio Collection webinars

Reference Search

Search over 10,000 references to see if your material has been studied using Materials Studio.

How to Innovate faster: A materials science webinar series