Knowledge and Technology Transfer

Knowledge and technology transfer (KTT) happens at several levels, from the dissemination of open-source materials' simulation codes, to the training in the use of those codes and of the newly developed materials informatics framework, to the sharing of all results from materials simulations in a network of open-access servers, to the verification and validation of calculations.

Training and education will not only target the traditional area of academic computational groups, but also experimental groups, embedding the use of first-principles spectroscopies and microscopies into the toolbox of those researchers, and a special effort will be made to transitioning these tools to local and global industries.

Last, we will actively engage key stakeholders in the public sector, from supercomputing centers to policy makers