Accelrys, a provider of scientific innovation lifecycle management software and solutions, has appointed Johan Carlsson, Anne Goupil-Lamy and Kate Lusczakoski as fellows on the Accelrys Science Council. Carlsson, Goupil-Lamy and Lusczakoski respectively bring to the council in-depth knowledge and experience in materials modeling, life sciences research and the use of data analysis to improve process understanding. The three new fellows join Marc Meunier and Senior Fellows Hugues-Olivier Bertrand, Victor Milman and Justin Neway as thought leaders on the Accelrys Science Council, which is charged with guiding the direction and sustaining the high standard of company-wide scientific innovation along the spectrum from research to manufacturing.
The Accelrys fellows play a critical role in transforming the next generation of informatics technology required by Accelrys customers. Bertrand and Goupil will focus on life sciences research; Milman, Meunier and Carlsson on materials science and engineering; and Neway and Kate on analytical, development, quality and manufacturing.