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MARVEL Distinguished Lectures, Seminars and Tutorials - 2015 onwards

The goal of the NCCR-MARVEL is to radically transform and accelerate invention and discovery in science and technology, and especially to transform and accelerate the design and discovery of novel materials in order to achieve improved properties and performance, or to witness the emergence of original physical properties. We will achieve this goal by exploiting the predictive accuracy that quantum-mechanical simulations have now reached for realistic, complex systems, the treasure trove of ever-increasing computational power ideally suited to intrinsically parallel problems, and the powerful synergies arising with the computer science of heterogeneous data management, data mining, and machine learning.

MARVEL Tutorials

  • Med me5

    Prof. Tony Paxton

    Introduction to the tight binding approximation
    Lecture I, Theory

    Watched 2251 times.
    Public Published
  • Med me5

    Prof. Tony Paxton

    Introduction to the tight binding approximation
    Lecture II, Applications

    Watched 1225 times.
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MARVEL Distinguished Lectures

  • Med yip cahn

    Prof. Sidney Yip

    On the mesoscale science frontier in materials theory and simulation

    Watched 1861 times.
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    Prof. Leonid Levitov

    Atomic Collapse in graphene

    Watched 1173 times.
    Public Published
  • Med iu

    Dr. Pierre Villars

    The MARVEL Initiative and the Integration of the Fifth Paradigm of Science

    Watched 1086 times.
    Public Published
  • Med gerbrand ceder

    Prof. Gerbrand Ceder

    The Materials Genome and the Transformation of Materials Science and Engineering

    Watched 1243 times.
    Public Published
  • Med claregrey

    Prof. Clare P. Grey

    Structure and Dynamics in Batteries, Supercapacitors and Fuel Cell Materials
    Application of New Experimental and Theoretical Approaches to Study Function

    Watched 1051 times.
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  • Med talk cover

    Prof. Laura Gagliardi

    Homogenous and heterogeneous catalysis: two challenges for modern quantum chemistry

    Watched 1284 times.
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  • Med littlewood peter

    Prof. Peter Littlewood

    Electrostatics, elasticity, and electrochemistry in transition metal oxides: tuning many-body phenomena

    Watched 1002 times.
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  • Med prof. markus reiher

    Prof. Markus Reiher

    Interactive and Automated Exploration of Reaction Mechanisms

    Watched 1178 times.
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  • Med prof annabella selloni

    Prof. Annabella Selloni

    Photocatalysis on TiO2: insights from simulations

    Watched 1202 times.
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  • Med sglouie

    Prof. Steven G. Louie

    The Fascinating Quantum World of Two-dimensional Materials: Interaction and Topological Effects

    Watched 1181 times.
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    Prof. Yang Shao-Horn

    The Future of Electrochemistry

    Watched 2125 times.
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  • Med prof van de walle

    Prof. Chris G. Van de Walle

    Using the right criteria for design and discovery

    Watched 1532 times.
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  • Med prof kieron burke

    Prof. Kieron Burke

    Machine-learning of density functionals for applications in molecules and materials

    Watched 1356 times.
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    Prof. Raffaele Resta

    Geometrical Observables of the Electronic Ground State

    Watched 880 times.
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    Prof. Sarah (Sally) Price

    Can we predict how pharmaceuticals will crystallize?

    Watched 649 times.
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    Prof. Feliciano Giustino

    Electron-phonon physics from first principles

    Watched 4871 times.
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  • Med emily a. carter   headshot 600x900

    Prof. Emily A. Carter

    Quantum Simulations of Sustainable Energy Materials

    Watched 1793 times.
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