A table-top exhibition will be held alongside the conference on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 October.

The exhibition is an opportunity for companies working in the materials sector to come together with the conference participants to discuss the latest developments and techniques. The exhibition will be held in the lunch pavilion during the conference lunch to ensure exhibitors have ample opportunity to network and showcase their products to participants. Exhibitor profiles will also feature on the conference website enabling exhibitors to increase their visibility within the wider community. We expect more than 450 participants to attend MMM, including academics, industrial and government researchers and students, from across the globe.

Exhibition package

The exhibition package includes a 6ft table, two chairs and free WiFi internet access. Plus:
  • A profile to your company will be included on the website with your logo;
  • A link to your homepage from the conference website;
  • Access to the technical sessions on the days of the exhibition;
  • Tea, coffee and lunch provided during the exhibition for one representative.
The cost to exhibit is $1200 if booked before 1 August 2014 and $1500 thereafter (these rates will be subject to VAT at the prevailing rate). Space is limited and allocated on a first-come first served basis.


For further information on the exhibition, or sponsoring the conference, please download the exhibition pack.


Confirmed exhibitors


Simpleware Ltd

Simpleware provides and develops world-leading mesh generation software which converts 3D scan data (e.g. CT, MicroCT, XMT, etc.) into high-quality computational models.

Our Software is being used by researchers across the Material Engineering sectors. The ease and unprecedented accuracy with which models can be generated have opened up FEA and CFD analysis to a variety of applications in Material Research. We are confident you will be inspired by our technology.

The LAMMPS Instrument uses CreativeC's Stelletto Scaling Platform to produce a Material Science turnkey appliance for Computational Chemistry. Our scaling platform is an office based reconfigurable hybrid high performance computer (HPC) system useful for supercomputer cluster codesign. We enable optimization of simulation run time using specialized HPC architectures.