20 September 2022
Dear computational scientist/professional, On Tuesday 18 October the network meeting for the Dutch Computational Sciences will take place in Utrecht! Group leaders (tenure track+) and other experienced computational scientists/professionals in industry or academia across all disciplines, are warmly invited. During the network meeting on 18 October we will discuss aspects of the National Agenda for Computational Sciences and how to grow as a community. The full programme will be soon available on www.dutchcomputational.science. The upcoming National Agenda for Computational Sciences will be presented on October 5 to the Topsectors and Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy. Meeting details Date: Tuesday 18 October Location: Utrecht - In de driehoek congres- en vergadercentrum Time: 12:00- 17:00 Fee: free of charge Target audience: Group leaders (tenure track+) and other experienced computational scientists/professionals in industry and/or academia Registration: via www.dutchcomputational.science We would very much appreciate it if you can share this message with anyone in your network that might be interested to participate! Kind regards, Johan Mentink (RU) - chair organizing committee Ewa Szymanska (FrieslandCampina) - member organizing committee Sagar Dolas (SURF) - member organizing committee Peter Bobbert (CCER) - co-chair organizing committee Kees Vuik (TUD) - chair coreteam national agenda for computational sciences
14 May 2019
It is our pleasure to invite you to the Applied Computational Science (ACOS) symposium that will take place on 30 October 2019 at the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER), located at the campus of the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e).
14 May 2019
Just like toothpaste: Fluoride radically improves the stability of perovskite solar cells. A protective layer of fluoride can increase the stability of perovskite solar cells significantly, writes an international research collaboration in the leading journal Nature Energy .
15 April 2018
CCER's journal article ‘ Accurate and efficient band gap predictions of metal halide perovskites using the DFT-1/2 method: GW accuracy with DFT expense ’ by Shuxia Tao, Xi Cao and Peter Bobbert has been selected as one of the top 100 read materials science papers for Scientific Reports in 2017.