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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18th International Workshop on Computational Physics and Materials Science: Total Energy and Force Methods 12-14/01/2017

In 2017 MaX will be a partner of the “Total Energy and Force methods” workshop, traditionally held in Trieste every two years, since 1987. It has become one of the most popular regular events of the international ab-initio electronic-structure community. The

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MaX meeting and other workshops

New materials are our gateway to technology. From airplanes to X rays, from smartphones to servers to access the web, everything we use daily has something to do with new materials. It has always been so: the leading material of an

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MaX meeting in Trieste (Sissa), January 10-11, 2017

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The next general MaX meeting, along with a General Assembly and a IAB meeting,  will take place at Sissa in Trieste on January 10-11, 2017 (just before the ‘Total energy and force methods’ Conference that will take place in Trieste

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CECAM/Psi-k/CCP9 Graduate School

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High-Performance Computing (MHPC)

The Master in High Performance Computing (MHPC) is an innovative degree program that prepares students for exciting careers in the fast-growing field of HPC. Set in the stimulating research environment of its co-organizer institutions, SISSA and ICTP, the program combines lectures

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MHPC Master in High Performance Computing

In February 2016 Max (CINECA node) contributes to the master in High Performance Computing ( www.mhpc.it) of SISSA/ISAS . MHPC provides skills useful both in the academic and in the industrial field, like technical and software development. MaX contributed in

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Linear Response workshop 2016

The Quantum ESPRESSO (QE) project has started in 2002 by collecting together PWscf, CP, PHonon, and other smaller codes, and has been very rapidly evolving in many directions and inevitably increasing its complexity. In particular, one of such directions is

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