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For businesses to remain competitive they must move away from ad-hoc, labour intensive and expensive approaches towards a more robust and adaptive computer-aided paradigm. This will enable more efficient development of new products, especially for high value manufacturing supply chains.

This will:

  • Reduce time to market
  • Provide an adaptive response to supply chain variability
  • Enable development for sustainability
  • Accelerate R&D processes​​​

To find out more about our Chemistry & Materials programme, watch the video below.



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​The IROR Chemistry and Materials programme at Hartree Centre is focused on developing an integrated data analytics, modelling, and simulation capability able to address a broad variety of chemical and materials problems with world-class scale and accuracy.​



Rick Anderson, David Bray, Ardita Shkurti, Sebastian Metz, Michael Seaton, Annalaura Del Regno, Michael Johnston, Alex Harrison, Breandan O Conchuir, James McDonagh​