Multiscale Modeling and Computation Core for Materals Research and Cyberinfrastructure Development
Overall Scientific Challenge
The overall scientific challenge is the development of multiscale theories and computational tools capable of handling several orders of magnitude in length scales (Ångstrom to mm) with required fidelity to integrate with and be informed by experimental studies.
Core Co-leaders: Cox (Math, Clemson) and Wang (Math, USC)
Contributing Faculty: Dahmen (Math, USC), Dey (Chem, Claflin), Garashchuk (Chem, USC), Getman (ChemE, Clemson), Heyden (ChemE, USC), Hu (CSE, USC), Kuksenok (MSE, Clemson), Rassolov (Chem, USC), Sarupria (ChemE, Clemson), Schiller (MSE, Clemson) and Zordan (SoC, Clemson)
Affiliated Faculty: Anderson (CS, CofC), Ji (CS/Math, USC-B), Liang (CS/Math, USC-B)
More details to come.