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Getting Started

First steps

If you are just getting started with this blog, these two posts should introduce you to computational materials science and what this blog is about:


solarpanel

Why Hack Materials?



atomsinbox

The Scale of Materials Design


Next steps

Here is an additional article recommended for a general audience:


pointandcompute

Point-and-Compute: Quantum Mechanics in “Auto” Mode


Finally…

You might want to browse the archives for a topic that interests you.

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About

About the blog

This blog is about the search for new materials through computational materials science, large-scale computing, data mining, and software design.

All the content is provided under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (the same as Wikipedia), meaning you are free to use and remix the content but should give it proper attribution.

About me

My name is Anubhav Jain, and I’m a research scientist/chemist at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in California. You can find out more about me at my personal web site.

 

Archives

All posts, in reverse chronological order:


The Materials Paradox


The Materials Twitter Project: All My Research Papers in 140 Characters or Less



Materials Project tutorial videos


Entomophobia!


Don’t let the pressure affect you


Phase Diagram Comic (everything)

Phase Diagram Comic: Part 1

Phase Diagram Comic: Part 2

Phase Diagram Comic: Part 3

Phase Diagram Comic: Part 4

Phase Diagram Comic: Part 5


Parallelizing People


Will Computers Imagine the Materials of the Future?


Should big supercomputers run small calculations?



Point-and-Compute: Quantum Mechanics in “Auto” Mode



Preparing the Ground for Mining



Here be Dragons: Should You Trust a Computational Prediction?


The Scale of Materials Design



Why Hack Materials?