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Fifth EoCoE Webinar

We are pleased to invite you to participate to the fifth EoCoE webinar planned for the 25th September at 11:00 (CEST). 

Title: HPC Modelling of Turbulent Transport in Tokamak Plasmas: Recent Results regarding Critical Physical Issues

Speaker: Yanick Sarazin (CEA)

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Fourth EoCoE Webinar

We are pleased to invite you to participate to the fourth EoCoE webinar planned for the 11th September at 10:00 (CEST). 

Title: An introduction to ensemble simulations and data assimilation in the context of high performance scientific computing.

Speaker: Harrie-Jan Hendricks-Franssen (Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH).

Third EoCoE webinar

We are pleased to invite you to participate to the third EoCoE webinar planned for the 11th July at 10:00 (CEST). 

Title: Perovskite materials for solar cells: atomic-scale insights from ab initio modelling.

Speaker: Dibyajyoti Ghosh (Department of Physics & Department of Chemistry, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, U.K.).

Second EoCoE webinar

Introduction to FPGA computing.

We are pleased to invite you to participate to the first EoCoE webinar planned for the 14th June at 10:00. 

Title: Introduction to FPGA computing. 

Speaker: Matthieu Haefele (Maison de la Simulation, CNRS)

European Materials Research Society

MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

Evolution towards a renewable future demands application-specific materials. Hence, targeted in silico searches across chemical space are emerging as critical tools for accelerated materials discovery. This symposium covers all aspects of those efforts, focusing on technologically paramount areas.

More information here

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EoCoE is a European Horizon 2020 funded project of Centre of Excellence in computing applications. It is designed to enhance numerical simulation efficiency in the international context of the High Performance Computing (HPC) challenges. It focusses its application scope towards low carbon energy domains.

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