MICCoM Workshop and Hands-on tutorials 2022
October 13-14, 2022 – Argonne National Laboratory
The workshop will include lectures and hands-on exercises which apply cutting-edge algorithms to simulations of soft and hard materials, utilizing codes developed by the Midwest Integrated Center for Computational Materials (MICCoM, http://miccom-center.org/): first principles molecular dynamics (Qbox, http://qboxcode.org/), many-body perturbation theory (WEST, http://west-code.org/), free energy sampling methods (SSAGES, https://ssagesproject.github.io/), spin coherence time calculations (pyCCE https://pycce.readthedocs.io/). In particular, the event will focus on how these codes may be used and coupled in order to compute properties of complex heterogeneous systems and how to validate experimental data.
Graduate students, postdocs, and researchers who are interested in participating are invited to submit their application before September 30, 2022.
The in-person event is structured in two days:
· Day 1 (October 13, 2022): Finite temperature properties of materials and molecules
· Day 2 (October 14, 2022): Computational spectroscopy
The full agenda may be found here: http://miccom-center.org/docs/MICCoM_Tutorials_2022.pdf
Please note that participants are expected to bring their own laptop. Argonne National Lab’s LCRC (https://www.lcrc.anl.gov/) will provide access to computing clusters.
Registration Deadline is September 30, 2022