Novel Materials Discovery Center of Excellence
The Novel Materials Discovery (NOMAD) Center of Excellence (CoE) will advance computational materials science to enable systematic studies and predictions of novel materials to solve urgent energy, environmental, and societal challenges. Examples are catalytic water splitting (hydrogen production) and the transformation of waste heat into useful electricity (search for efficient thermoelectric materials). Such studies are infeasible with present concepts and computer codes but require significant methodological advancements targeting the upcoming exascale computers. This is exactly where the NOMAD CoE is active.
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Tomorrow, 26 November: Luca Ghiringhelli from the @fhi_mpg_de will speak about "Compressed sensing meets symbolic regression: SISSO". Register here to take part:Read More
In preparation for our second @NoMaDCoE tutorial on Dec 1-2 about the NOMAD Encyclopedia, you can watch the videos by NOMAD Developer Lauri Himanen here: 🎥Read More
The @NoMaDCoE infrastructure is much more than just a database! 🎥 Watch Claudia Draxl's lecture on the @NoMaDCoE Repository, Archive, and Encyclopedia here: https://t.co/WTBS88zTxF...Read More