April 15th, 2024 – Simagora 1.0 beta, a digital platform for integrated virtual experiments

Material discovery and product design


All types of industry and company sizes interested in design and discovery of materials via integrated multi-scale and multi-domain simulations.


  • Development of a food product container
  • Efficient design of emulsions
  • Understanding performance of Li-batteries


  • A new platform allowing the purposed-based automatic orchestration of sequences of virtual experiments for materials discovery.
  • No-code technology for distributing virtual experiments through an integrated digital platform.
  • Unified platform serving an international community of simulation experts and industrial users.


  • Develop food containers
  • Design formulations
  • Evaluating Li-battery designs

The Simagora project, which started 3 years ago, has since its conception the ambition to address industrial challenges. Today, the platform has a new technology allowing to describe products and simulators at a multiscale level and the required no-code technology to make it a vehicle for researchers to expose their technology to the industrial R&D community and a productivity tool for researchers in sustainable chemical research, development, and product design.

In this presentation we will showcase through three extendible examples, the value of Simagora and how it can be used to solve practical problems in product design and materials discovering including:

  1. Development of a food product container (diffusion of gases through polymers).
  2. Efficient design of emulsions (estimation of emulsion lifetime).
  3. Understanding performance of Li-batteries and screening capability of cathode, anode and electrolyte materials.

Achieving the targets for sustainable and responsible development as defined in the objectives of the EU Green Deal and the UN Sustainable Development Goals is of our concerns. In this respect Simagora aims to enable and democratize materials discovery and eco-conception of products through simulations developed by Scienomics as well as by an international open community of scientists and companies.

Who should participate:

  • Simulation experts, in all scales, from industry, academia and software companies.
  • Product formulators and materials scientists.

When and how: April 15, 2024, 16:00 – 17:30 CET – Microsoft Teams.

We will be pleased to have you with us!

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