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Join us for a webinar to discover how to perform accurate and reliable density functional theory (DFT) simulations with the QuantumATK platform.

Register for the webinar here.


The webinar will be held twice on the 11th of September, 2019:
Time 1: 9 AM CEST (Europe) / 12.30 pm IST (India) / 3 pm CST (China) / 4 pm KST (South Korea) / 4 pm JST (Japan)
Time 2: 12 pm EDT (US East Coast) / 9 am PDT (US West Coast)/ 6 pm CEST (Europe)

Duration: 45 minutes (plus 15 min Q&A session)
Remember to click on the drop-down menu to choose the most convenient time for you.

Presented by: Vaida Arcisauskaite, PhD, Senior scientific communication specialist  and Umberto Martinez, PhD, Business Development Manager,  Synopsys QuantumATK

During the webinar:
-See in action how easy it is to perform DFT simulations using NanoLab GUI in QuantumATK: build structures, access databases, set up calculations, submit and run jobs, visualize and analyze results using advanced post-processing capabilities, and prepare high quality figures for your publications.
-Learn how to perform accurate and reliable DFT simulations by optimizing geometry, considering methods for obtaining accurate band gaps, and converging electronic structure properties with respect to the number of k-points, density mesh cut-off, pseudopotentials, and basis sets.
-Discover how you could benefit from being able to shift seamlessly from LCAO basis sets (DFT-LCAO) to plane-wave basis sets (DFT-PlaneWave) within one framework, and, thus, easily adjust and test tradeoffs between speed and accuracy.
-Find out which systems (crystalline, amorphous materials, surfaces, interfaces, devices, etc.) and which material properties could be simulated with DFT in QuantumATK.

Register for the webinar here.