University of Lincoln, UK

CP2K user group meeting at Lincoln

Jorge Kohanoff (Queen’s University Belfast) gave an overview of modelling irradiated materials, focussing on damage caused by electron capture. Some interesting observations concerned the inadvisability of taking a trip to Mars and UMOs (Unidentified Moving Objects).

Around 40 attendees from 24+ institutions attended the meeting that brought together some of the community using and developing the CP2K atomistic simulation code.

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