MAGICS center develops computational materials science software. Materials simulations using our software are validated using ultrafast x-ray-laser and ultrafast electron diffraction experiments at Stanford. Simulation and experimental data from the MAGICS center are also distributed through the Materials Project at Berkeley Lab.

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Computational Research and Validation Experiments »

Computational Synthesis of
Nanocarbon from High
Temperature Oxidation of
Silicon Carbide using RXMD
Computational Synthesis of
Molybdenum Disulfide from
Sulfur and Molybdenum
Trioxide using RXMD
Hydrogen Evolution from
Reaction of Water with
Al/Li Nanocluster using QXMD
Non-adiabatic Electron Transfer
in Zinc-Porphyrin using NAQMD
Interactive and Immersive
Realtime Visualization Engine
for Materials and Processes
Thermal Conductivity
Plug-ins for LAMMPS

MAGICS center will bring together 40 global experts in the fields of quantum materials (theory, simulations and experiments) and machine learning, for a five-day symposium from June 7-12, 2020 at Spetses, Greece.

These symposia are supported by the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. No funds from the Department of Energy or other Federal or State agencies are used for these symposia.

Participating Institutions