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Using the latest mathematics approaches and computational methods, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) provide state-of-the-art contributions that assist industry and academia in tackling some of the most difficult scientific, technical, and engineering problems and tasks.

Programs and Projects
Web Force-Field (WebFF) - A Smart Force Field Repository for Soft Materials

As part of our mission to support the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI), we are developing data repositories and tools that support Integrated … more

Computational Tool for Calculating Properties of Complex-Shaped Particles and Polymers

Many computational programs exist that are being used by industry for predicting properties of polymer composites, but their general predictive … more

Modeling Dispersion Rheology for Non-Spherical Particles

The flow of polymer composites via injection molding, spraying or spreading on surfaces is crucial to polymer composite manufacturing. For … more

Fluid Suspensions & Emulsions

Our primary interest is protein solution rheology and stability, involving bulk and interfacial properties and complemented by model solution … more

Prediction of Global Warming Potential

The global warming potential (GWP) of a number of compounds used by U.S. industry is not known or poorly known. Working with the EPA, a set of … more

Reactivity of Nanoparticle Catalysts

Transition metal nanoparticle catalysts show great promise as the key enabling breakthrough for the realization of efficient and economical fuel … more

Software
Educational VCCTL Software

(Return to Cement Hydration and Degradation Modeling Software) The educational version of the Virtual Cement and Concrete Testing Laboratory … more

Network Modeling Software

This software is a set of NetworkX additions for the creation of graphs to model networks. Graphicality Testing -- This is a set of routines for … more

NIST's Integrated colony enumerator (NICE)

Enumeration of bacterial colonies on an agar plate is simple in concept, but automated colony counting is difficult due to variations in colony … more

Life-Cycle Cost Analysis Tool for Chem/Bio Protection of Buildings

The life-cycle cost analysis tool helps users make consistent comparisons of Chem/Bio protection strategies based on established economic … more

Timebase Correction Software

The Timebase Correction (TBC) software package , used with high-speed sampling oscilloscopes, can correct both random and systematic timebase … more

OOF: Finite Element Analysis of Microstructures

The OOF software provides a finite-element modeling capability to users in the field of materials science. It encapsulates advanced numerical … more

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