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A proposal involving CEST scientists is selected for 2018 INCITE award by ALCF

Proposal "Materials and Interfaces for Organic and Hybrid Photovoltaics" receives a 2018 INCITE award by ALCF with a total amount of 330M core hours for 2018. CEST leader Patrick Rinke is one of the PIs of this project, Milica Todorović and Jingrui Li are members.

The proposal "Materials and Interfaces for Organic and Hybrid Photovoltaics" has been selected for a 2018 Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) award by Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF). The total amount of awarded core hours for 2018 is 330,000,000. CEST leader Patrick Rinke is in charge of multiple tasks, in which Milica Todorović and Jingrui Li are strongly involved. Together with the world-wide colleagues in this project, they now have more CPU time to conduct computational study, aiming to advance the research of organic- and hybrid-photovoltaics as well as the theory and methods of modern computational materials science.

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