The advent of powerful crystal structure prediction methods (in particular, USPEX) is enabling exciting discoveries ranging from new materials (including highest-temperature superconductors known, as well as exciting 2D materials like borophene, superhard and thermoelectric materials) to unusual chemical compounds and materials of planets. This is an ongoing scientific revolution. We ask volunteers to help us in this endeavour and join this project. Science unites humanity and makes the world better.
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- N. Khrapov, V. Roizen, M. Posypkin, A. Samtsevich, and A. R. Oganov “Volunteer Computing for Computational Materials Design” (pdf-file)
- N. Khrapov, V. Rozen, A. Samtsevich, M. Posypkin, V. Sukhomlin, and A. R. Oganov “Using virtualization to protect the proprietary material science applications in volunteer computing” (pdf-file)