Modeling the Coevolution of Microstructure and Properties using the MOOSE Framework

Sunday, February 23, 2020
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
San Diego Convention Center, Room 5A
Larry Aagesen, Idaho National Laboratory (lead instructor); Andrea Jokisaari, Idaho National Laboratory; Daniel Schwen, Idaho National Laboratory; Michael Tonks, University of Florida


The Multiphysics Object Oriented Simulation Environment (MOOSE) is an open source framework aiding in the development of scientific simulation tools. This resource allows researchers who are interested in getting into simulation—but who have not written their own codes—to quickly get started using a powerful open-source framework.

MOOSE is emerging as a powerful framework for developing mesoscale computational materials science tools. This is accomplished by utilizing modules for finite strain mechanics, phase field, and heat and mass transfer. A modular, pluggable interface provides simplified access to powerful, massively parallel nonlinear solvers; it can run small problems and has demonstrated good scalability to over 10,000 processors.

This workshop will cover everything necessary to utilize MOOSE and its modules in the creation of new materials applications to predict the coevolution of microstructure and properties.

Who Should Attend?

This workshop will be valuable for any student, scientist, or engineer interested in creating scientific simulation tools for materials-related applications at the mesoscale. MOOSE is open source and freely available and is already being used by industry, national laboratories, and universities across the world. 

Registration Rates

Registering As Advance Registration Rate
(on or before January 17)
Standard Registration Rate
(after January 17)
Member $425 $475
Non-member $475 $525
Student $200 $250

How To Register

Register for this course through the TMS2020 registration form.

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