- Materials Courses and Tutorials
- Simulation-Powered Learning Activities
- MSE Education Webinar Series
- Simulation Tools
- Instructional Materials
- Materials Outreach
- Materials Databases
- Wish List
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- semiconductor device physics * photovoltaics * batteries * magnetic materials * photonics * bio materials * nanoelectronics * and more!
Welcome to the Materials Science group!
Here, you can find many resources for materials science research and education, including complete courses, seminars and tutorials on specialized topics, simulation tools that run in the cloud using nanoHUB's computing resources, and learning activities that use simulations.
Be sure to catch the Summer 2020 MSE Education Webinar Series, July through August!
There are also activities for Materials Science outreach that you can use to teach high school and middle school students about the wonders of materials science.
Everyone is welcome to explore the nanoHUB resources collected here.
Materials science faculty and researchers are invited to join this community to take part in discussions and access additional functionalities of this nanoHUB group.
Scroll down this page or use the menu to find links to the different materials science resources.
- Mechanical properties
- Electronic structure and properties
- Transport, Thermodynamics and Phase Transitions
- Machine Learning for Materials Science
- More coming soon
- List of Materials Science Tool Engines and Community Codes Installed in nanoHUB
- Ab Initio and Electronic Structure
- Includes several different Density Functional Theory (DFT) tool engines
- Molecular Dynamics
- Includes simulations for polymers
- Mesoscale Simulations
- Includes phase field simulations
- Macroscopic Simulations
- Includes phase diagram simulations
- Uncertainty Quantification
Much of the material is freely accessible by any visitor, but by joining this group, you can participate in discussion forums on topics of interest to you, or work on a project with other group members. Additionally, as a group member you may receive notifications about new materials and events of interest to the materials science group members.
You can also contribute substantial resources to nanoHUB through the resource contribution process, and then send a message to the group manager so that links to those resources can be added to this group. Three resources including a course with instructions on how to use the Rappture toolkit and publish a simulation tool on nanoHUB are here.