To further expand the portfolio of activities targeted at industrialists, E-CAM has established a series of new events targeted at training interested industrial researchers on the simulation and modelling techniques implemented in specific codes and in the direct use of this software for their industrial applications. The first event of this series will focus on the area of meso- and multiscale simulations and on the flagship code DL_MESO.
January Module of the Month: MaZe, Mass-Zero Constrained Dynamics for Orbital Free Density Functional Theory
Learn about MaZe, E-CAM’s module of the month for January
In collaboration with the UKRI STFC Daresbury Laboratory, E-CAM has developed a highly efficient version of DL_MESO, a software package for mesoscale simulations.
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This article gives an overview over the various ways in which EU projects are using supercomputing applications to tackle and support the global challenge of containing the corona virus pandemic.
E-CAM, FocusCoE, HPC Carpentry and EESSI join forces to bring HPC resources to the classroom in a simple, secure and scalable way.
E-CAM: November Module of the Month- PerGauss, Periodic Boundary Conditions for gaussian bases
An article about E-CAM has just been released with the Autumn edition of the EU Research Magazine. The EU research magazine is Europe’s leader in research dissemination.
The 2020 edition of the ETP4HPC Handbook of HPC projects is available, including – besides many other intiatives – introductions to all the 14 CoEs and FocusCoE.
Identifying exciting and original tools to engage the general public with advanced research is an intriguing and non-trivial challenge for the scientific community. E-CAM decided to try something unusual, and embarked on an interesting and slightly bizarre experience: collaborating with experts and artists to use comics to talk about HPC and simulation and modelling.