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PASI 2012- CMS4E: Computational Materials Science for Energy Generation and Conversion

Thank you to all the organizers and participants that made PASI 2012 a success!

January 8th-22nd, 2012 Santiago, Chile

Organizers: Derek Stewart (Cornell), Richard Hennig (Cornell)
        Miguel Kiwi (Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile), Michelle Johannes (Naval Research Laboratory)
Bruce Harmon (Ames National Lab), Valeria Ferrari (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica (CNEA), Argentina)

Funding: National Science Foundation, International Center for Materials Research


PASI 2012 Group Picture

The PASI North versus South America Soccer Match  (Final Score SA 2: NA 1)


CECAM Conference on Thermoelectric Transport:

Progress in First Principles and Other Approaches, and the Interplay with Experiment 

July 22-24, 2009 Lausanne, Switzerland

Final Report

Organizers: Natalio Mingo (CEA-Grenoble), David Broido (Boston College)
        Nathalie Vast (Laboratoire des Solides Irradies - CEA), Derek Stewart (Cornell University)

Funding: Office of Naval Research, Psi-K Network, Intelbiomat, CEA, Ecole Polytechnique


The CNF Fall Workshop Series (2005-2007)

Modeling the Nanoscale World (2005)

Combined morning theory sessions with afternoon hands-on sessions for:

  • APB
  • Abinit
  • LMTO
  • NWChem
  • SETE

Please check out the website for more information on the event.  We have several of the presentations from the event available online.

Building Nanostructures Bit by Bit (2006)

  • Molecular dynamics codes
    • LAMMPS
    • CPMD
  • Density functional calculations
    • Quantum Espresso
    • PARSEC
  • Microfluidics
    • Elmer
  • Nanophotonics MPB
    • MPB
    • MEEP

Several of the presentations and tutorials can be found on the workshop schedule webpage.

Defining the Interface between Nanoscience and Geology (2007)

With the help of a generous grant from the Kavli Institute, we hosted the third CNF Fall Workshop,.  This workshop provided an unique forum where experimentalists and theorists from materials science, geology, physics, and chemistry came together to address potential connections between the two fields.

 

 

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