Advances in Cosmetic Formulation Design II, Durham, North Carolina

December 18, 2022 to December 21, 2022

Schrödinger is proud to be participating in the Advances in Cosmetic Formulation Design II conference taking place on December 18th-21st, 2022. Join us for a presentation by Jeffrey Sanders, Product Manager at Schrödinger titled, "Exploring the formulations of personal care products using a digital chemistry strategy".

The demand for new and innovative personal care products is increasing due to changes in consumer trends and sustainability goals for CPG companies. Customers are becoming more discerning – choosing products based on understanding the ingredients and whether a product is made with natural or petroleum-based materials. These concerns highlight challenges for consumer goods research and development. To meet these challenges and retain their position in the consumer marketplace, new product formulations need to be developed and match the existing formulation’s key properties. Understanding how ingredients behave in products and “in action” will be necessary to drive not only new development but also end-to-end product tracing. To streamline this process, multi-scale physics simulations can be utilized to cut down product development timeline and cost, as well as optimize large-scale production by simulating digital twins. Molecular simulation provides a unique opportunity to predict how individual ingredients will behave in formulations. Atomistic simulations can help researchers and engineers understand product morphology, solubility, and other physical properties if the components are known. Unlike process simulations, only the chemistry and composition are required to build molecular models of up to millions of atoms and predict properties. Beyond physics-based modeling, chemical information can be used to build machine-learned models with existing experimental or sensory data. In this talk, we will show you molecular modeling in action and explore how digital chemistry strategies are driving innovation in personal care product formulations.

For more information please visit the meeting website.

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