Project storage for Computational design of novel functional materials for sustainable technologies
||Project storage for Computational design of novel functional materials for sustainable technologies|
||NAISS Large Storage|
||Johanna Rosen <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
||2023-07-01 – 2024-01-01|
||10304 20501 20506|
We apply for project storage along with our NAISS Large Compute Spring 2023 (NAISS 2023/1-4) proposal to promote successful theoretical research in the Materials Design division at Linköping University with more than 10 theoretical researchers active in computation. We are currently part of another large storage project (SNIC 2022/2-5, Thin Film Physics Division), and we would like to transfer our part into a new project storage. In July 2021 we left the Thin Film Physics division and formed the Materials Design division. We have commonly agreed to apply for separate NAISS Large Compute allocation due different research activities and needs and consequently find it appropriate to apply for separate project storage, thus moving our part in present project storage (SNIC 2022/2-5) to NAISS 2023/2-1. Unfortunately, this was not possible in the application process and assistance with this issue is needed if granted .
We have consistently, over a number of years, proven that we use allocated resources in an efficient and productive manner resulting in a large number of scientific publications and recognition in the form of prestigious grants from VR, ERC, SSF, KAW, Göran Gustafson, and WISE. Project storage enables use of use state-of-the-art theory and supercomputer resources, hand in hand with experimental synthesis and characterization, to resolve scientific problems and conduct research of advanced functional materials for green energy and emerging technologies.