We are pleased to send you the eighth issue of the Industrial Newsletter of NCCR MARVEL, the Swiss Center on Computational Design and Discovery of Novel Materials, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
Please find below the latest highlights, news and events related to the MARVEL community.
This month, read about our ongoing research in a wide range of fields. From novel equations for modelling heat propagation, to a new computational approach to screening for potential solid-state electrolytes in lithium batteries, materials for CO2 capture and work that may pave the way towards the design of selective catalytic heterogeneous processes, we’re continuing to make advances relevant to industry. There’s an interview with Anatole von Lilienfeld on machine learning, as well as links to MARVEL/CECAM lecture series videos, which are now available on Materials Cloud.
For your agendas, you can already register for the Psi-k 2020 conference at EPFL from September 14 – 17. Held every five years, it is the largest world-wide in first-principle simulations.
Nicola Marzari, Director of the NCCR MARVEL
Pascale Van Landuyt, Industrial Liaison & Tech Transfer Officer