Material Science codes on innovative HPC architectures: from electronic structure to spectra with Quantum ESPRESSO and Yambo

Monday, 3 December 2018 (All day) to Wednesday, 5 December 2018 (All day)

 

This course will be held in English.

This event is organized in collaboration and co-funded with the MaX Center of Excellence for Material Science.

Description:

The aim of this course is to teach to the students the basic features of Quantum ESPRESSO and Yambo and how to perform a calculation from first principles of the electronic structure and spectroscopic properties using a HPC machine.

Skills:

A the end of this course the students will learn:

  • how to use a HPC machine
  • the basics features of Quantum ESPRESSO and Yambo
  • how to calculate some electronic and spectroscopic properties using HPC

Target Audience:

Graduate students willing to learn how to use (or to improve their knowledge) Quantum ESPRESSO and Yambo on HPC modern architectures.

Pre-requisites:

Some knowledge of solid state theory or condensed matter physics is needed.

 

Target: 
Research Institutions
Universities
Area: 
Science
Length: 
3 dd
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Conclusa: 
0

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About CINECA

Cineca is a non profit Consortium, made up of 70 Italian universities, 5 Italian Research Institutions and the Italian Ministry of Education.

Today it is the largest Italian computing centre, one of the most important worldwide. With more seven hundred employees, it operates in the technological transfer sector through high performance scientific computing, the management and development of networks and web based services, and the development of complex information systems for treating large amounts of data.

It develops advanced Information Technology applications and services, acting like a trait-d'union between the academic world, the sphere of pure research and the world of industry and Public Administration. .

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