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Summer School on Advanced Materials and Molecular Modelling with Quantum ESPRESSO

The QUANTUM ESPRESSO Foundation and the EU MaX Centre of Excellence for Supercomputing Applications, in association with the Jožef Stefan Institute, are proud to announce a one-week summer school on Advanced Materials and Molecular Modelling with Quantum ESPRESSO. School Motivation The aim of the school is

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Quantum ESPRESSO an integrated suite of Open-Source computer codes

Quantum Espresso (QE) is an integrated suite of Open-Source computer codes for electronic-structure calculations and materials modelling at the nanoscale. It is based on density-functional theory, plane waves, and pseudopotentials. The project is an open initiative, in collaboration with many

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QUANTUM ESPRESSO V.6.4.1

The 6.4.1 version of Quantum ESPRESSO is available for download. For more information please see the release notes, available on GitHub and GitLab. For other info about Quantum ESPRESSO please visit http://www.quantum-espresso.org/

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5 Reasons Why You Should Apply for Summer School on Advanced Materials and Molecular Modelling with QUANTUM ESPRESSO

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The QUANTUM ESPRESSO Foundation and the EU MaX Centre of Excellence for Supercomputing Applications, in association with the Jožef Stefan Institute,  are holding a “Summer School on Advanced Materials and Molecular Modelling with QUANTUM ESPRESSO” this coming 16-20 of September

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

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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”

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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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Phd Fellowships in Theory and Numerical Simulation of Condensed Matter @ SISSA, Trieste

Seven fully funded Ph.D. positions in Theory and Numerical Simulation of Condensed Matter are available at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) in Trieste, Italy ( http://cm.sissa.it ). The deadline for the online application is March, 21th at 12:00

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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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