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DOE CSGF: Albert Musaelian

September 9, 2020

Albert Musaelian, doctoral candidate in our research group, has received a Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF) to support his research. Each year since it was launched in 1991, the CSGF program grants fellowships to doctoral students whose education and research focus on using high-performance computers to solve complex science and engineering problems of national importance. The fellowship has a four year term and includes research at one of 21 DOE laboratories or sites across the country on a three-month practicum. Musaelian is among the 5 percent...

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MIR at APS March meeting 2020

February 26, 2020

The Materials Intelligence Research group is ready to contribute to the APS March Meeting 2020, Monday–Friday, March 2–6, 2020; Denver, Colorado!

We have the following lineup:

Sunday Tutorial by the FLARE team:

  • Active Learning and AI for Computational and Autonomous Experiments (Sunday, March 1, Room: 605, 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM) Sponsoring Unit: APS, organizer: Boris Kozinsky, Jonathan Vandermause

Two invited talks by Jonathan Vandermause and Andrea Cepellotti:

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MIR at Fall MRS 19

November 30, 2019

With 11 contributed oral presentations and one invited talk from Prof. Kozinsky, we are ready to present our research at the Fall meeting 2019 of the Materials Research Society! We are presenting about:

  1. Invited: Predicting Thermoelectric Transport from First-Principles Electron-Phonon Dynamics (EN14.07.03, 11:15 AM–11:45 AM Dec 3, 2019, Sheraton, 3rd Floor, Gardner AB) by Boris Kozinsky

  2. Thermoelectric Properties of SnSe—Improving Semiclassical Models (EN14.02.02, 11:00 AM–11:15 AM Dec 2, 2019, Sheraton, 3rd...

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APS March 2020 organizers!

August 27, 2019

It is now official!

Nicola Molinari from our group and Arthur France-Lanord from Grossman's Group at MIT have been awarded one of the 15 DCOMP Focus Sessions at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society, March 2020 in Denver. Nicola and Arthur will lead the organization as well as chair the session.

The topic of the Focus Session is on the "Physics and effects on transport of ion-ion correlation in electrolyte materials", and it is sponsered...

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Welcome Kyle!

August 15, 2019

We welcome Kyle Bystrom as a new PhD student in our group!

Kyle Bystrom

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