Highlights with ‘materials science’

Understanding Band Structures – “Mirrors of Bonding” in Perovskite Crystals

Band structures are a widely used tool in solid state physics and materials science to analyze the electronic structure of crystalline materials. However, the band structure of materials relevant for actual applications are often rather...

Perovskite Band Structure & COOP Analysis – Advanced Tutorial

Whether you are a solid state physicist thinking of chemistry as too arcane or a chemist puzzled by band structure theory: Try out our new tutorial and learn how to neatly link these two fields,...

Discuss your research at MRS Fall 2019

Come and discuss your materials modeling challenges with Fedor at the MRS meeting in Boston, 25-29 November! Fedor will present a talk on advances in ReaxFF for modeling polymerization and mechanical properties, as well as...

Boron Nitride Nucleation through Chemical Vapor Depostion

Researchers from the University of Newcastle, Australia have used non-equilibrium ReaxFF molecular dynamics simulations to provide the first glimpse showing how boron nitride (BN) nanostructures form during boron oxide chemical vapor deposition (BOCVD) at the...

Advanced ReaxFF training workshops

We will be holding advanced AMS2018 hands-on workshops in China & Japan, in collaboration with our resellers and local universities. In China we will have two 2-day workshops in Beijing (22+23 October) and Dalian (24+25...

ReaxFF – Analyze surface reactions

In the ReaxFF development version it is now possible to detect if a molecule is adsorbed to a surface and even distinguish between different adsorbed species. The new species detection allows for an easy tracking of...

Tutorial: epoxy polymers mechanical properties

In a recent study by Matthew S. Radue and coworkers,  experimental and theoretical methods were combined nicely to demonstrate the applicability of the ReaxFF potential for the prediction of mechanical properties of highly cross-linked epoxy polymers....

Visualization of local temperatures and other atomic properties with ADFmovie

Local temperature averaging in ReaxFF ReaxFF can calculate local atomic temperatures and spatial averages thereof. Atomic temperatures are saved to the trajectories per default whilst the averaging is activated by the presence of the following...

EU Nanotech mission Japan: 14-16 February

See ADF in Action at Nanotech 2018 in Tokyo’s Big Sight! Fedor joins the EU Nanotech/SME cluster mission at the International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference. Come and discuss your research challenges and find out how...

Tutorial: Battery Discharge Voltages with Grand Canonical Monte Carlo / ReaxFF

A brand new advanced ReaxFF tutorial is now available: Learn how you can combine grand canonical monte carlo simulations with ReaxFF and, with just a little bit of PLAMS, calculate discharge voltage profiles. The discussed systems and...