Assistant Professor Anderson Janotti, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and his research team led the February session of the High Performance Computing (HPC) Symposium Series.

Janotti began his presentation with a brief introduction to his his research at UD and the computational requirements that it requires. He went on to discuss the types of calculations that he has performed on his nodes on Farber and XSEDE. He described one particular system (the largest they attempted on Farber) called pentacene crystal. Janotti closed the presentation by discussion the various applications his research team uses and the problems they are working through in their research.

Presentation slides from Janotti is available on the HPC Symposium page under the February 22 entry.