Special Issue "Modern Computational Methodologies in Material Science"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 April 2024 | Viewed by 114
Interests: computational chemistry; batteries; electrocatalytic reaction; nitrogen reduction reaction; sensor
Computer modeling is an integral part of the physical materials science process of modern advanced materials. This research field is actively used in the prediction of atomic and electronic properties of materials. Depending on the sizes and shapes of nanomaterials, various methods and approximations can be applied, these can be quantum chemical calculations (QM), density functional theory (DFT), and molecular dynamics (MD), as well as methods of machine learning, artificial intelligence, etc. Computer modeling, taking into account the latest advances in the high-performance systems and computing field, makes it possible to greatly speed up the process of synthesizing nanosized materials, accurately predict their physical and chemical properties and reduce financial costs for experimental research and show technologists which direction to follow when studying modern materials.
A special section "Methods of computer modeling in design of nanomaterials" will be organized for a comprehensive discussion of the results of research on these issues during the VII Conference "Information Technologies and High Performance Computing" (ITHPC-2023) (Russia, Khabarovsk). It is planned to discuss a wide range of issues related to the application of computer simulation to investigate the properties of nanomaterials. The best research results presented at the conference will be published in this special issue after undergoing independent peer review.
Aim of the Special Issue is an introduction to specialists in the nanomaterial synthesis field from around the world with the main directions, methods and achievements in the field of computer modeling of nanomaterials. This issue will be of interest to the scientific community of specialists working in both theoretical and experimental areas of research, which will allow to exchange of experience and establish scientific relations between scientists from all over the world.
Articles may focus on, but are not limited to, the following topics:
- Modelling of nanomaterials: nanoparticles, thin films, quantum dots, 2D materials, nanotubes, etc
Prof. Dr. Yang-Xin Yu
Dr. Andrey Chibisov
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- ab initio study
- 2D materials