Tag: Quantum Espresso

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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Postdoctoral Position Openings @CNR Nano

Several postdoctoral position openings at CNR Istituto Nanoscienze, Modena (IT), within the frame of the MaX – MAterials design at the eXascale – Centre of Excellence. Ideal candidates have a PhD in Physics, Chemistry, Materials science or alike, and are

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Yambo and QE developers meeting. January 14, 2019

Within the MaX framework, On January 14 Yambo and QE developers will meet at CINECA to discuss common strategies to implement advanced algorithms aimed at enhancing code performance and scalability for the computation of spectroscopic properties of materials.

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Quantum ESPRESSO DEVELOPERS’ MEETING 2019

The 2019 Quantum ESPRESSO developers’ meeting will be held in SISSA, Trieste, on Jan. 7 and 8. The (very) tentative program is: January 7th 2019 Afternoon: discussion on the perspectives of the GPU porting January 8th 2019 Morning: Presentations of

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Material Science codes on innovative HPC architectures: from electronic structure to spectra with Quantum ESPRESSO and Yambo

December 3-5, 2018 @ CINECA The aim of this course is to teach to the students the basic features of Quantum ESPRESSO and Yambo and how to perform a calculation from first principles of the electronic structure and spectroscopic properties

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Intel® Omni-Path Architecture Webinar by Carlo Cavazzoni (CINECA)

Quantum ESPRESSO: Real World Application, Performance and Optimization on the Marconi Supercomputer. Carlo Cavazzoni (CINECA‘s R&D Director for HPC optimization strategies) made a live Intel® Omni-Path Architecture Webinar on July 12, 2018. In the Webinar he explained how Cineca successfully ported and

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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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Quantum ESPRESSO software developer: open position

The Quantum ESPRESSO Foundation will fund a scientific software developer position, initially for one year and renewable up to three times depending upon the availability of funding. The work will take place under the supervision of Prof. Paolo Giannozzi at

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Quantum-Espresso Workshop 2018

The Materials Computation Center of the Materials Research Institute at Pennsylvania State University announces the 2018 Quantum-Espresso Workshop.  The workshop will be held at the Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA USA) from May 21 to May 25, 2018. Quantum-Espresso

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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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