Digital Material


Digital Material is an extensible modeling and software infrastructure to support the representation and simulation of material structure and evolution across multiple length and time scales. Such an environment must balance the need for high performance against the need for lightweight prototyping and interrogation. It must be able to integrate a variety of programs and tools into a consistent and seamless framework for multiscale materials simulation. And it must support code reuse across scales through appropriate decomposition of functionality among collections of collaborating objects and modules. Digital Material is intended to function in several roles: The strategies we are pursuing to build this environment are several: Digital Material is under development, but links to further relevant information can be found here:

Questions or comments? Contact James Sethna.