Posted in 2016
- 23 December 2016
The AiiDA code has moved as of today from BitBucket, that has hosted the source since its infancy, to GitHub.
- 13 December 2016
Last week (5-9 Dec 2016) we had a coding week for AiiDA, to which 15 people participated (roughly half of them core developers from the AiiDA, and the other half were developers who were interested in contributing to the platform).
- 10 December 2016
An open postdoc position is available at EPFL (Sion and Lausanne, Switzerland) in the MARVEL NCCR (http://marvel-nccr.ch).
- 01 September 2016
Next winter we will have a new tutorial for AiiDA users, within the “Advanced Workshop on High-Performance & High-Throughput Materials Simulations using Quantum ESPRESSO”.
- 17 August 2016
We have added a Tutorials section to the AiiDA webpage: https://aiida-tutorials.readthedocs.io.
- 10 August 2016
A new AiiDA release (0.7.0) is available! You can find more information at our download page!
Opening: MaX software scientist/engineer position in the AiiDA team @ EPFL (group of Prof. N. Marzari)
- 27 June 2016
- 23 June 2016
- 09 June 2016
The program of the MARVEL/MaX/Psi-k Tutorial on high-throughput computations: general methods and applications using AiiDA, to be held in Lausanne (22-24 June 2016), has been finalised.
- 13 May 2016
A new AiiDA tutorial for users will be held during the College on Multiscale Computational Modeling of Materials for Energy Applications at ICTP. More information can be found at the respective webpage.
- 17 April 2016
This is to announce that we have released a number of plugins for the
aiida_core package: a SSH plugin for connections to remote clusters with SSH+SFTP and scheduler plugins for SLURM and SGE.
- 02 March 2016
You can find some photos of the recent AiiDA tutorial held in Kyoto on our Facebook page. Thanks to our colleagues in Japan for inviting us and making the tutorial very exciting!
- 19 January 2016
A MARVEL/MaX/Psi-k “Tutorial on high-throughput computations: general methods and applications using AiiDA” will be held on June 22 to 24, 2016 at EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland), targeted at about 40 students, postdocs and researchers interested in applying high-throughput computations in their research and interested in learning how to use the AiiDA platform.