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30th March, 2016

Royal Holloway’s scientists prove reliability of quantum simulations for materials design

Royal Holloway University of London

Royal Holloway physicists have been part of an international effort to demonstrate the reliability of computer simulations in the sciences, achieving a strong proof of this in the subject of computational materials simulation.

The findings are critical at a time of rapid technological change with increasing demand for new materials to make better batteries for mobile devices, catalysts, photocells for energy conversion and much more. Computer simulations at the atomic scale play an increasingly important role in designing them.

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