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Computational materials science is an increasingly important branch of materials science due to the evolution of modeling frameworks, invention of novel numerical algorithms and increased computer capability. As a consequence, modeling and simulation are emerging as powerful complementary approaches to experiment and traditional theory.
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Computational Materials Science Conferences provides the scope for opportunities to learn progressed by international scientists and academicians. Today, the availability of vast quantities of new data, together with striking advances in computing power, is promising to give us new insights into the mechanisms of life. It is one of the fastest growing areas within the field of chemistry and materials science.
A funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is posted for Computational Materials Sciences. Computational Materials Sciences could also involve new approaches to enhance the use of large data sets derived from advanced characterization of materials, materials synthesis, processing, and properties assessments and the parallel data that are generated by large scale computational efforts that model materials phenomena. Computational Materials Sciences supports the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI).
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