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Computational screening of high-performance optoelectronic materials using OptB88vdW and TB-mBJ formalisms

May 8, 2018
Author(s)
Kamal Choudhary, Qin Zhang, Sugata Chowdhury, Nhan V. Nguyen, Zachary T. Trautt, Marcus W. Newrock, Faical Y. Congo, Andrew C. Reid, Francesca M. Tavazza
We perform high-throughput density functional theory (DFT) calculations for optoelectronic properties (electronic bandgap and frequency dependent dielectric function) using the OptB88vdW functional (OPT) and the Tran-Blaha modified Becke Johnson potential

Role of e-Collaborations in Scaling-Up Materials Innovation

August 2, 2016
Author(s)
Surya R. Kalidindi, David Brough, Sheng Yen Li, Ahmet Cecen, Aleksandr L. Blekh, Faical Y. Congo, Carelyn E. Campbell
The goal of the recently announced materials innovation initiatives such as the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) and the Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) approach is to substantially reduce the time and cost of materials design and

On the Internet Connectivity in Africa

November 19, 2015
Author(s)
Assane Gueye, Peter M. Mell, Desire Banse, Faical Y. Congo
This study measures and documents growth of Internet connectivity in Africa from 2010 to 2014 with a focus on inter-country relationships. We evaluate both intra-continent connectivity as well as connectivity to other continents. An initial analysis

gtklogger: A Tool For Systematically Testing Graphical User Interfaces

August 20, 2015
Author(s)
Stephen A. Langer, Faical Y. Congo, Andrew C. Reid, Rhonald Lua, Valerie R. Coffman
We describe a scheme for systematically testing the operation of a graphical user interface. The scheme provides a capability for generating event logs, which are recordings of a user session with the interface. These logs can be annotated with assertion