Free Educational Package
We proudly offer free educational materials intended for teaching and learning basic thermodynamics and kinetic theory at an undergraduate level. This is achieved through a cooperation with Professors Mats Hillert and Malin Selleby from the department of Materials Science and Engineering at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.
Discounted License for Academic Research
Thermo-Calc Software has long supported universities in teaching and research. We offer discounted pricing to academic institutions that have authority to teach and examine undergraduate students. Please ask about this when you request a quotation.
The Thermo-Calc suite of products is ideal for research in an academic environment because it provides information that is essential for understanding the properties of materials and addressing engineering challenges without requiring experimental work or relying on handbooks that may have outdated or missing information. Learn how our products are used for research in academia.
Thermo-Calc Supports Professorship at MIT
Thermo-Calc Software proudly supports a professorship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, the Thermo-Calc Professor of the Practice. The position aims to bring in someone with an advanced career in industry, such as a CEO, to provide practical experience at a high level in the area of computational materials science.
How to Cite Thermo-Calc
Thermo-Calc Software products have been cited over 30,000 times in peer-reviewed journal articles, but it can be difficult to know how to cite our products. If you need to cite Thermo-Calc or any of the Add-on Modules or databases, we have instructions to help you out.
Thermo-Calc Used by Top Universities
Thermo-Calc Software is used by top universities around the world that specialize in materials science. According to the annual QS World University Rankings by Subject, 72 of the top 100 schools that specialize in materials science use our software and databases for research and teaching purposes.
Read about a research center at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden that is using Thermo-Calc to improve the materials design process, with the goal of developing ways to create better materials faster. Read the story.
Read about how one PhD student is using our tools in his research to design novel alloys that will benefit the transport and energy sector. Read the story.
Summer School for Integrated Computational Education
Thermo-Calc Software is proud to sponsor the 9th Summer School for Integrated Computational Materials Education, June 12-23, 2023, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The purpose of this course is to “educate the educator” by equipping current and future educators with the knowledge, skills and materials needed to incorporate computational materials science and engineering (CMSE) into existing undergraduate courses.