EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, 29-31 May 2017
High-throughput computing (HTC) is emerging as an effective methodology in computational materials science for the discovery of novel materials and the optimisation of selected properties. Its adoption is spreading rapidly at the point that HTC is becoming an essential tool for computational materials scientists.
The aim of the tutorial was to introduce young researchers and more experienced practitioners to HTC, with hands-on tutorials based on the open-source high-throughput platform AiiDA (http://www.aiida.net), complemented by four invited keynote talks to overview the diverse application fields of HTC.
We report here a summary of what has happened.
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