UNT Physics’ Faculty Host Offsite School on Computational Materials Science | College of Science
October 5, 2021

UNT Physics’ Faculty Host Offsite School on Computational Materials Science

Join UNT Physics instructors and their collaborators from across the globe in a unique Quantum Multiscale learning event. Q-MS organizes schools on materials science based on first-principles multiscale modeling software. The event will include comprehensive introductory lectures followed by step-by-step training on materials modeling problems and is accessible both virtually and in-person.

"The school will feature a combination of lectures, hands-on tutorials, networking sessions, and invited seminars," said Dr. Oliviero Andreussi, who is an instructor for the event. "If you want to learn how to use Quantum ESPRESSO, PAOFLOW, Environ, and eDFTpy for modeling materials and their properties, including solvation effects, simulating electrochemical interfaces, and handling complex environments, this is the event for you."

The event will take place from October 11-13, 2021. In-person participants will be on site at the Lone Start Lodge and Marina in Pilot Point, Texas. The cost is $150 for accommodations and meals. Virtual participants may register free of charge. The school is made possible by funding from the National Science Foundation's CSSI Program and the Psi-k Charity Network.

The school is intended for students, postdocs, researchers, and junior faculty. Interested participants can register at Registration - QUANTUM MULTISCALE.

Program information: Q-MS School 2021 Program

View the flier: www.quantum-multiscale.org/uploads/1/2/7/3/127334193/flyer_school__1_.pdf

Quantum ESPRESSO: quantum-espresso.org
PAOFLOW: www.aflowlib.org/src/paoflow
Environ: quantum-environ.org
eDFTpy: edftpy.rutgers.edu