NFFA General Assembly

30 Ott , 2019 - Talks,Talks & Seminars

NFFA General Assembly

Meeting focused on the participation to the Call INFRAIA-03

Munich (Germany), 2019, 28-29 October

The NFFA Europe research infrastructure integrates nanofoundries (synthesis, growth and manipulation of nanostructures) with fine analysis, theory and simulation. Thanks to the wide spectrum of available techniques and services, researchers accessing the NFFA-Europe facilities can control and design the properties of materials from the nano- to the micro-scale, and even up to the macro-scale. allows researchers to face complex nanoscience challenges that cannot be provided by any single research infrastructure alone. Combined access to resources of internationally competitive academic and research centre laboratories and Analytical Large- Scale Facilities (ALSFs) is available with new upgrades.

The tools available allow to address a wide spectrum of systems including bulk, surfaces, interfaces, heterostructures, molecules, or clusters – albeit with increasing computational costs depending on the system sizes considered. 

The Theory & Simulation Installation is open to experimental users with no experience in modelling and simulation, as well as to experimental and computational users with experience in the field. Access to the installation may be remote or on-site, depending on the needs of the proposed project. 

  • Projects from experimental users are expected to request assistance on measurements performed either in combination with another NFFA installation or outside the NFFA facility. In the latter case the computational project should address recent experimental results on nanoscience and may lead to novel experiments.
  • Projects from theory users are expected to request assistance on multi-scale/multi-physics simulations involving at least two independent computational methods (e.g. electronic ground-state and excited-state approaches, molecular dynamics and electronic structure, structural and spectroscopic properties …). 

Preference are given to joint experimental-theory projects combining more than one NFFA installation.

The computational codes and scientific packages available at the T&S installation include:

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