Engineering Virtual Organization for Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) Old
|USAMP's Integrated Computational Material Engineering (ICME) and Southern Regional Center for Innovative Lightweight Design (SRCLID) supported by the Department of Energy (DOE) and CAVS at Mississippi State University
Welcome to our Materials CyberSpace! Included in this CyberSpace is a collection of materials databases and multiple size scale codes to facilitate designing and developing the next generation materials and structural components. Our hope is that creating this cyberinfrastructure will result in developing the “community of practice” portal for development and integration of multiscale physics-based materials models for selected properties and processes, in the context of United States Automotive Materials Partnership (USAMP) three-nation Magnesium Front-End Research and Development pilot project (MFERD), in particular task 1.9: Cyberinfrastructure for Integrated Computational Material Engineering (ICME). This work was funded by an NSF Engineering Virtual Organization (EVO) program, DOE Lightweight Materials, and CAVS at Mississippi State University.
There are separate web sites that provide more information on the MFERD and ICME projects. If you have any questions or comments regarding this website, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Thanks and have fun lightweighting your designs using our tools.
We would also like to invite you to other materials oriented databases: Materials Atlas, nanoHub, matweb, MatData, Granta Design, Knowledgebase of Interatomic Potentials (OpenKIM), Korean Materials Design, MatForge/MatDL
Dr. Tomasz Haupt, CAVS Professor at Mississippi State University (MSU)
This effort is funded by the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS) at MSU, the U.S. Department of Energy under contract 4000054701, and the NSF grant Virtual Organization for CyberDesign (Award ID: 0742730).
Call for Participation
The Cyberinfrastructure team created the infrastructure for web-based collaborative efforts. The success of this effort critically depends on the participation of the community towards the generation of the contents that will aid the research in Materials Science and lightweight innovative design. The expected community contributions are: