Author: Francesco Osimanti

MaX: Contributing in Strengthening Europe Towards HPC Application @ 1st CoE Assembly

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The Materials design at eXascale (MaX) Centre of Excellence aims to allow the pre-eXascale and eXascale computers expected in Europe in the 2020’s to meet the demands from a large and growing base of researchers committed to materials discovery and design. MaX

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The path to materials design and beyond eXascale starts with the launch of MaX European Centre of Excellence (CoE)

December 2018 marks the launch of the European partnership project entitled: MaX – “MAterials design at the eXascale. European Centre of Excellence in materials modelling, simulations, and design” supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 project and funded under the

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Leading MaX in eXascale-ready Scientific Software Development

MaX - Andrea Ferretti

Andrea Ferretti works for CNR Nano Italy (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche), co-PI, CNR-NANO Researcher in the field of condensed-matter and solid-state physics, brought his views regarding the role and innovative contribution of CNR Nano Italy to MaX CoE. “ MaX

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ICTP – Introduces MaX to the International Scientific Community

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Ivan Girotto[1] one of the key members of MaX[2] consortium from International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) representing the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation – UNESCO, enthusiastically highlights their innovative contributions and impact to the future horizon. “MaX

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Lead Towards Transition to eXascale Technologies

MaX Interview - Elisa Molinari

At the recent Kick-off Meeting, last 13 to 14 of December 2018 in Modena, Italy, marked the launch of the European partnership project entitled: MaX – “MAterials design at the eXascale. European Centre of Excellence in materials modelling, simulations, and

A Centre for Molecular Modelling for the development of MaX codes

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Prof. Stefaan Cottenier is a professor at the materials science division of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture of Ghent University, and member of the Centre of Molecular Modelling. His research activities are on the application of quantum physics simulation

On the path to materials design and beyond eXascale: Prof. Nicola Marzari on MaX

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Prof. Nicola Marzari holds the Chair of Theory and Simulation of Materials at EPFL, where he is also the director of the Swiss National Centre for Competence in Research on Computational Design and Discovery of Novel Materials (NCCR MARVEL). He

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