Atomistic simulations are increasingly being used as a tool to understand and predict properties of materials. The purpose of this workshop is to facilitate interactions between researchers in industry, academia, and government on issues related to the development and use of interatomic interaction potentials. Such issues include accuracy, standardization, evaluation methods, and exchange of data an information. Participants in this workshop should include representatives from academia, national labs and the automotive, aerospace, materials design and software, and advanced materials industries. This year the workshop will be fully remote. The first two days (August 5 and 6) will consist of 30-minute presentations and discussions from researchers in the community. A virtual poster session will be held on August 5th. The third day (August 7) will feature hour long workshops and demos for various community tools.
Lucas Hale, NIST, Material Measurement Laboratory
James Hickman, NIST, Material Measurement Laboratory
Ryan Elliott, University of Minnesota and OpenKIM project, Aerospace Engineering Mechanics
Daniel Karls, University of Minnesota and OpenKIM project
Joshua Gabriel: The University of Chicago, Argonne LLC
setup for Hands-On Demonstrations
August 07, 2020
See here to install a virtual machine (VM) for KIM.
Demonstration Notebooks can be found on github: https://github.com/lmhale99/iprPy-demos. People can either view the notebooks from the github site or download/clone the repository and run the notebooks for themselves (requires python and a LAMMPS executable.)