Case Study: Supercomputing for Materials Simulation
21 May 2014
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The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and international partners are using advanced supercomputers to develop a new framework for accurate materials simulation.

 
 
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and international partners are using advanced supercomputers to develop a new framework for accurate materials simulation.
 

 
Combining quantum and classical physics is one of the biggest challenges in modellingThe partnership between NPL, IBM Research, the University of Edinburgh and the Hartree Centre for high performance computing aims to help scientists understand and describe the complex interactions between atoms and molecules, and how they are linked to a material's properties.
 
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