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"Titan, the next generation supercomputer at ORNL is now top in the world"
"The magnetic properties of materials could vastly accelerate numerous technologies such as next-generation electric motors and generators, and Titan already is allowing researchers to improve the calculations of a material's magnetic states as they vary by temperature."; ORNL news release
The LSMS code that I use in my research is one of the scientific codes for acceptance test of the Titan.
To learn more about LSMS, and its performance on Titan, contact Dr. M. Eisenbach. The Locally Self Consistent Multiple Scattering (LSMS) code has been one of the major tools for investigating magnetic properties of materials from the First Principles, and is developed by Dr. Stocks' group at ORNL. Recently, the group secured 70 mln compute hours annually for the next three years through INCITE proposal at OLCF, ORNL.
My research will be one of the key parts of this massive computational undertaking, which will explore finite temperature properties of magnetic systems from first principles.
Efforts led by Dr. M. Eisenbach secures massive compute hours on Titan for investigating magnetic properties of materials by Dr. Stocks' group.
The International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) and Elsevier plan to publish a Special Issue (SI) of the International Journal of Refrigeration (IJR) on
'New Developments in Magnetic Refrigeration' based on selected articles presented on the THERMAG V Conference held in Grenoble/France in September 2012.
"Modeling and characterization of the magnetocaloric effect in Ni2MnGa materials", our latest paper on the magnet-caloric systems has been selected to be included in this SI.
Latest work is selected for Special issue of the International Journal of Refrigeration