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Open Databases Integration for Materials Design

Building on the results achieved in the previous workshops and subsequent discussions, the present workshop aims at continuing to develop the OPTiMaDe API. The latter will greatly benefit the materials science community (e.g. by enhancing opportunities for data mining) and

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NanoInnovation 2019: The cutting-edge of eXascale Supercomputers for Nanotechnologies

NanoInnovation2019

The revolution in the discovery of new materials comes from quantum simulations, thanks to which we are able to calculate the properties of a material at the nanoscale even before it is ever prepared in a laboratory. The virtual comes

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HPC solving scientific challenges and creating new skills and jobs – Find out more at the EuroHPC Summit Week 2019, Poznan May 2019

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Today, the impressive increase of big data exchange is creating new perspectives in term of sharing knowledge, conducting scientific researches and creating new business opportunities. This big processing of data requires supercomputing tools, also know as High-Performance Computing (HPC), which

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MaX CoE Cooperation on EOSC-hub Week 2019

MaX-on-EOSC

The Materials design at eXascale (MaX) is one of the High-Performance Computing Centers of Excellence (HPC CoE) that was invited to showcase how MaX is seamlessly integrating with EOSC and how Aiida and Materials Cloud tools are paving the way

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AiiDA: an ecosystem to further develop, execute and share data around the world

AiiDA

AiiDA (Automated Interactive Infrastructure and Database for Computational Science) is one of H2020 Materials design at the exascale – Centre of Excellence (MaX’s CoE) results [2015 -2018] created in partnership with NCCR MARVEL. AiiDA is a flexible and scalable informatics’

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Pathways for EOSC-hub and MaX collaboration

MaX-in-the-EOSC

EOSC-hub Week is back in its 2nd edition which will take place on 10-12 April 2019 at the Vienna House Diplomat in Prague, Czech Republic. This year, EOSC-hub Week 2019 brings together both present and future service providers and users

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One post-doctoral position open at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

An outstanding candidate is sought with a background in the physical sciences (physics, chemistry, or materials science/engineering) alongside strong programming skills and organisational skills, and excellent work ethics. The successful candidate will contribute to the development of a web-based collaborative

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MaX Code Suite leads the innovative research for materials, modelling and simulation toward a new era

MaX Code Suite

MaX (Materials design at the exascale) and its partners are leading the research of innovative materials, modelling and simulation toward a new era. MaX has achieved an ambitious goal of enabling the exascale transition in the materials domain through cutting-edge

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Lavoisier Discussion on “Quantum Simulation”

Lavoisier-Discussion-on-Quantum-Simulations

LAVOISIER discussions will focus on exchange about recent progress and challenges in modelling “exciton physics, thermal transport/thermoelectric and magnetic/spin proximity effects”. The participants will address recent advances in modelling excitons in two-dimensional materials, as well as the study of thermal transport

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AiiDA plugins migration workshop – EPFL, 25-29 March 2019

An AiiDA plugin migration workshop will be held at EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland, aiming at collecting about 20 participants. The workshop will start on Monday 25th March at 2PM and end on Friday 29th March at 1PM. We are in the process of

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