Novel Materials Discovery (NOMAD)

The Novel Materials Discovery (NOMAD) Laboratory maintains the largest Repository for input and output files of all important computational materials science codes. From its open-access data it builds several Big-Data Services helping to advance materials science and engineering. NOMAD creates, collects, stores, and cleanses computational materials science data, derived from the most important materials science codes available today. In addition, the NOMAD Laboratory CoE develops tools for mining this data in order to find structure, correlations, and novel information that could not be discovered from studying smaller data sets. Together, the large volume of data and innovative tools will enable researchers in basic science and engineering to advance materials science, identify new physical phenomena, and help industry to improve existing and develop novel products and technologies.

Draxl, Claudia Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. (Details) (Theoretische Physik (Festkörpertheorie))

Europäische Union (EU) - HU als Beteiligte

Projektstart: 10/2020
Projektende: 09/2023

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