Materials For The Future

By combining LANL’s scientific and technical expertise in Materials, Software Design & Integration and High Powered Computing (HPC) to simulate and model thousands of parameters --- Los Alamos offers industry high collaborative value to novel discoveries and breakthrough innovations…

February 1, 2018
Materials For The Future


  • Business Development Executive
  • Chris Meyers
  • Richard P. Feynman Center for Innovation
  • (505) 667-2945
  • Email


  • Undertakes novel simulation, modeling, testing and evaluation of metals, polymers and ceramic materials and systems in unique combinations --- including under extremely harsh atomic or nuclear stress and molecular bombardment  
  • Applies High Power Computing for simulating and visualizing short and long term effects on multi-modal materials, for assessing risk and mitigation options. 
  • Builds and delivers production ready code for enterprise scale software platforms that compress time, save money while solving ultra-complex problems
  • Designs, tests and validates massive data sets used in predictive modeling of critical engineering components, system performance and reliability under extremely harsh environments and threats.

POTENTIAL AREAS FOR PARTNERSHIP – (Click each application for more information)

Fuel Performance Applications


High Throughput Microstructure Analysis


Discrete Defect Dynamics

discrete modeling

Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative (CCSI) Toolset

The goal of the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative (CCSI) is to provide technology developers and plant operators with a validated suite of models and simulation tools that enable the rapid development and deployment of new carbon capture technologies.  The CCSI toolset provides tools and methodologies that accurately predict the performance of equipment and processes; reduces the uncertainty associated with system integration and scale-up; and accelerates the commercial development of integrated carbon capture technologies. The CCSI toolset includes validated models of carbon capture equipment and processes as well as new design and analysis tools and methodologies.

 carbon capture

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