To undertake these difficult and challenging simulations we will need computer code that is optimised for performance on the latest generation of HEC facilities, and the project will play a leading role in the development of code, which can exploit the new facilities.
|Effective start/end date||1/11/13 → 31/10/18|
RCUK Research Areas
- Catalysis and surfaces
- Catalysis and Applied Catalysis
- Tools, technologies and methods
- High Performance Computing
- Materials sciences
- Materials Characterisation
- Materials Synthesis and Growth
- Surfaces and Interfaces
Nearchou, A. (Creator), Cornelius, M. (Creator), Skelton, J. (Creator), Jones, Z. (Contributor), Cairns, A. (Contributor), Collings, I. (Contributor), Raithby, P. (Project Leader), Wells, S. (Other) & Sartbaeva, A. (Project Leader), University of Bath, 12 Feb 2019
Nanostructuring perovskite oxides: The impact of SrTiO3 nanocubes 3D self-assembly on thermal conductivity
Parker, S. (Creator), Molinari, M. (Creator) & Yeandel, S. (Creator), University of Bath, 2016
Dataset for "Partial Cation Substitution Reduces Iodide Ion Transport in Lead Iodide Perovskite Solar Cells"