Computational Material Science

Computational Materials Science aims to augment the communication between tentative materials investigation and computational effort on both surviving and fresh progressive materials and their applications. It circulates articles of interest to physicists, chemists and materials researchers and engineers and to other scientists convoluted by means of computational modelling and materials phenomena. Computational methods already play a main part in several materials analyses and will individually become extra persistent as computer control progresses in the decades ahead.  The development and application of methods are engaged to compute the atomic and electronic structure of materials. Computational Materials Science also leveraging novel enlargements in statistics and machine knowledge to understand composite simulations and accelerate the scheme of materials. Finite Element Method (FEM) is the highest useful computational method for materials associated design at structural level. Current presentations include materials for electronic applications, nano-electromechanics and energy. Computational materials science includes computational equipments for resolving materials related problems.

  • Materials with Controlled Nano structural architecture
  • Computational studies of Nanoscale materials
  • Nano computation of mechanical properties in Nanobiomembrane
  • Nano biomaterials & Nano mechanics
  • Methods for the development of Computational Materials

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