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CATEGORIES:IAP (Independent Activities Period)
DESCRIPTION:First principles methods\, such as Density Functional Theory (D
FT)\, become an essential research tool and have proven useful to study fun
ctional properties and chemical processes on the atomic scale. This activit
y provides a short and practical introduction to DFT and overviews opportun
ities for materials modeling.\n\nIn hands-on sessions\, you will learn the
basics of DFT computations and use Quantum Espresso code to compute: 1) ele
ctronic structure\, 2) mechanical properties\, 3) defect formation energy\,
etc.\n\nEach session is 45 min theory + 75 min practice. Participants mus
t attend all four sessions.\n\nPlease\, bring your laptops and sign up (htt
ps://forms.gle/Tgp5AvFMY6WDMV27A) by Jan 9th. Limited to 20 participants.\n
\nContact Info: Pjotrs Zguns\; email: pzguns@mit.edu
DTEND:20230110T200000Z
DTSTAMP:20230603T181828Z
DTSTART:20230110T180000Z
LOCATION:MIT\, Building 13\, 13-2137 (Von Hippel Room)
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:Introduction to Atomistic Simulations
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URL:https://calendar.mit.edu/event/introduction_to_atomistic_simulations_30
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BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:IAP (Independent Activities Period)
DESCRIPTION:First principles methods\, such as Density Functional Theory (D
FT)\, become an essential research tool and have proven useful to study fun
ctional properties and chemical processes on the atomic scale. This activit
y provides a short and practical introduction to DFT and overviews opportun
ities for materials modeling.\n\nIn hands-on sessions\, you will learn the
basics of DFT computations and use Quantum Espresso code to compute: 1) ele
ctronic structure\, 2) mechanical properties\, 3) defect formation energy\,
etc.\n\nEach session is 45 min theory + 75 min practice. Participants mus
t attend all four sessions.\n\nPlease\, bring your laptops and sign up (htt
ps://forms.gle/Tgp5AvFMY6WDMV27A) by Jan 9th. Limited to 20 participants.\n
\nContact Info: Pjotrs Zguns\; email: pzguns@mit.edu
DTEND:20230112T200000Z
DTSTAMP:20230603T181828Z
DTSTART:20230112T180000Z
LOCATION:MIT\, Building 13\, 13-2137 (Von Hippel Room)
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:Introduction to Atomistic Simulations
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URL:https://calendar.mit.edu/event/introduction_to_atomistic_simulations_30
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BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:IAP (Independent Activities Period)
DESCRIPTION:First principles methods\, such as Density Functional Theory (D
FT)\, become an essential research tool and have proven useful to study fun
ctional properties and chemical processes on the atomic scale. This activit
y provides a short and practical introduction to DFT and overviews opportun
ities for materials modeling.\n\nIn hands-on sessions\, you will learn the
basics of DFT computations and use Quantum Espresso code to compute: 1) ele
ctronic structure\, 2) mechanical properties\, 3) defect formation energy\,
etc.\n\nEach session is 45 min theory + 75 min practice. Participants mus
t attend all four sessions.\n\nPlease\, bring your laptops and sign up (htt
ps://forms.gle/Tgp5AvFMY6WDMV27A) by Jan 9th. Limited to 20 participants.\n
\nContact Info: Pjotrs Zguns\; email: pzguns@mit.edu
DTEND:20230117T200000Z
DTSTAMP:20230603T181828Z
DTSTART:20230117T180000Z
LOCATION:MIT\, Building 13\, 13-2137 (Von Hippel Room)
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:Introduction to Atomistic Simulations
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_41924826128175
URL:https://calendar.mit.edu/event/introduction_to_atomistic_simulations_30
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BEGIN:VEVENT
CATEGORIES:IAP (Independent Activities Period)
DESCRIPTION:First principles methods\, such as Density Functional Theory (D
FT)\, become an essential research tool and have proven useful to study fun
ctional properties and chemical processes on the atomic scale. This activit
y provides a short and practical introduction to DFT and overviews opportun
ities for materials modeling.\n\nIn hands-on sessions\, you will learn the
basics of DFT computations and use Quantum Espresso code to compute: 1) ele
ctronic structure\, 2) mechanical properties\, 3) defect formation energy\,
etc.\n\nEach session is 45 min theory + 75 min practice. Participants mus
t attend all four sessions.\n\nPlease\, bring your laptops and sign up (htt
ps://forms.gle/Tgp5AvFMY6WDMV27A) by Jan 9th. Limited to 20 participants.\n
\nContact Info: Pjotrs Zguns\; email: pzguns@mit.edu
DTEND:20230119T200000Z
DTSTAMP:20230603T181828Z
DTSTART:20230119T180000Z
LOCATION:MIT\, Building 13\, 13-2137 (Von Hippel Room)
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:Introduction to Atomistic Simulations
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URL:https://calendar.mit.edu/event/introduction_to_atomistic_simulations_30
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