Hands-on Teaching with Jupyter Notebooks on nanoHUB
04 Oct 2022 | | Contributor(s):: Michael Earl Reppert
Dr. Reppert will discuss his use of nanoHUB Jupyter Notebook-based content in college Chemistry courses, focusing on nanoHUB's unique possibilities for hands-on simulation, visualization, and programming projects.
08 Aug 2022 | | Contributor(s):: Noah Bradley Hallberg, Michael S Titus, Saswat Mishra
Predicts high-temperature oxidation behavior of refractory alloys
Designing Machine Learning Surrogates for Molecular Dynamics Simulations
25 Nov 2021 | | Contributor(s):: JCS Kadupitiya
Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations accelerated by high-performance computing (HPC) methods are powerful tools for investigating and extracting the microscopic mechanisms characterizing the properties of soft materials such as self-assembled nanoparticles, virus capsids, confined electrolytes,...
OOMMF on nanoHUB - A Quick Demonstration
22 Nov 2021 | | Contributor(s):: Michael Joseph Donahue
A quick demonstration of OOMMF, Object Oriented MicroMagnetic Framework, on nanoHUB.
Agent Based Active Matter Simulations with Mechanica
14 Nov 2021 | | Contributor(s):: Somogyi, Andy T
Mechanica is an interactive mesh-free, chemistry and biology simulation environment, with an emphasis towards enabling users to model and simulate complex sub-cellular and cellular biological physics problems. Mechanica is designed first and foremost to enable users to work interactively...
Get your feet wet! An Introduction to the nanoHUB Simulation Environment
29 Oct 2021 | | Contributor(s):: Tanya Faltens, The Micro Nano Technology - Education Center
This presentation will demonstrate some nanoHUB functionalities for educators and showcase a few interactive Jupyter notebooks, simulation tools and educational modules.
Marco Di Gennaro
FDNS21: Workshop Introduction
29 Apr 2021 | | Contributor(s):: Sameh H Tawfick
Simulating Field Theory in the Light-Front Formulation
08 Jan 2021 | | Contributor(s):: Peter J. Love
I will talk about quantum simulation algorithms based on the light-front formulation of quantum field theory. They will range from ab initio simulations with nearly optimal resource scalings to VQE-inspired methods available for existing devices.
Teaching Engineering using Jupyter Notebooks
29 Dec 2020 | | Contributor(s):: Susan P Gentry, Rei Sanchez-Arias, David R. Ely, Jon Nykiel, Cindy Nguyen
This talk discusses the use of Jupyter Notebooks on nanoHUB for teaching materials engineering.
Niyaz Mahmud Sayem
Jupyter in nanoHUB: Developing and Deploying Jupyter Tools in nanoHUB
16 Dec 2020 | | Contributor(s):: Alejandro Strachan
This presentation is available for pre-screening. The final presentation production will be forth coming.
is the C-Si used in the simulation doped or not?
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I need information about if is the crystalline silicon use din the simulation doped or not?
Sep 03 2020
The Online Materials Education Symposium
Bandgap Manipulation of Armchair Graphene nanoribbon
01 Sep 2020 | | Contributor(s):: Lance Fernandes
Bandgap Manipulation is very important for various applications. Optical Devices need smaller Bandgap where as Diode's need larger Bandgap. Armchair graphene Nanoribbon (AGNR) has a special property where if the numbers of atoms are multiple of three or multiple of three plus one, they are...
Molecular Dynamics Simulations for Propulsion Applications
26 Aug 2020 | | Contributor(s):: Li Qiao
In this talk, Prof. Qiao will discuss the use of molecular dynamics simulations to examine thermodynamics, transport properties, and fluid models of supercritical fuel systems.
Micromagnetics and OOMMF Tutorial Series
20 Aug 2020 | | Contributor(s):: Michael Joseph Donahue
Background readingThe following papers provide nice introductions to micromagnetics theory and practice:Micromagnetism by Lukas Exl, Dieter Suess and Thomas Schrefl.General Micromagnetic Theory and Applications, Helmut Kronmüller in Materials Science and Technology, 2019 Wiley-VCH Verlag...
Micromagnetics and OOMMF Lecture 1: Fundamentals of Micromagnetic Simulations, Installation of OOMMF
See abstract for this lecture's homework.
Micromagnetics and OOMMF Lecture 2: OOMMF Basics
Installation on Linux, Setting up OOMMF Simulations