Our paper about interfaces in all-solid-state Li-ion batteries is featured on the front cover of Journal of Materials Chemistry A.
The Maryland Advanced Research Computing Center (MARCC) is launched. The new supercomputer setup includes more than 19,000 processors and 17 petabytes of storage capacity. This is a great addition to our resources at Deepthought clusters. [News]
UMD is awarded by the ASM education foundation for a suite of computational materials software Materials Genome Toolkit to enhance undergraduate Materials Science and Engineering education. Dr. Mo will advise and coordinate the faculty team for the undergraduate curriculum implementation. [UMD News] [ASM announcement]
Dr. Mo’s newly developed course enables undergraduate and graduate students to design new materials using supercomputers. [UMD News]
New UMD supercomputer Deepthought2 is launched! Deepthought2 is one of the fastest computer in US universities. Our group is a major investor (500 kSUs/month) for this state-of-the-art supercomputing facility.
Our group HPC nodes (128 ivybridge cores) join UMD Deepthought supercomputer.
The Mo Materials Modeling (M^3) Group is led by Professor Yifei Mo at the University of Maryland, College Park. Our group emphasizes the application and development of cutting edge computational techniques to understand, design, and discover advanced materials. Our group highly values innovations and passion to bridge fundamental scientific inquiry and critical materials problems in high-impact applications. The group collaborates closely with leading experimental research groups at the University of Maryland and across the world.