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MaX Hackathon

  12.07.2018 PROGRAM AVAILABLE HERE http://www.max-centre.eu/max-hackathon-program/ Follow our news from the Hackathon on our Twitter profile @max_center2     Hackathons: coding marathons that offer a huge opportunity to connect perspectives and propel targeted solutions. This is what we want to do from July

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MaX prize awarded at the MaX International Conference in Trieste

Recipients of the MaX Prize for flagship code applications launched last summer have been announced at the MaX Conference ongoing in Trieste. The recipients are: Zeila Zanolli, RWTH Aachen for her research on “Ab initio design of new materials for spintronics applications”,

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Brand new MaX newsletter just issued

Eager to read news about MaX world, its flagship codes, exascale enabling, co-design, HPC-Europa, and much more? In number 2 of our newsletter you’ll learn about MaX prize for frontier HPC applications in materials research; about the new feature for

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MaX prize for flagship codes application

Update: The MaX International Conference will take place in Trieste from 29th to 31st January 2018! We thank all applicants and we will inform all of you about the results in due time for the conference. MaX – Materials at the

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All electron DFT with FLEUR – a Hands-on Tutorial

The density-functional theory (DFT) in its various incarnation provides the most practical framework to compute basic electronic, magnetic, and structural properties of materials. Large scale materials screening using DFT is believed to be a key factor in future materials development.

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All electron DFT with FLEUR, a Hands-on Tutorial 8-12.05.2017

The upcoming hands-on tutorial sponsored by CECAM and the CoE MaX (http://www.max-centre.eu) “All electron DFT with FLEUR” will be held from May 08-12, 2017 at the Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany. Its objective is the education of the participants in the basic, advanced, and automatized use

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