Posted in 2019
- 14 November 2019
When December 9th, 2019 (morning) until December 13th, 2019 (afternoon)
- 01 November 2019
After thorough beta-testing, we have just released AiiDA version
1.0.0. This milestone is the result of almost two years of development on top of version
0.12.x, and comes with a bunch of major improvements:
Two doctoral/postdoctoral positions in 1) high-throughput materials discovery, 2) HPC/HTC/HPDA software engineering
- 25 October 2019
Two doctoral/postdoctoral positions are available in the Laboratory for Theory and Simulation of Materials (http://theossrv1.epfl.ch) at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, under the supervision of Dr. Giovanni Pizzi and Prof. Nicola Marzari.
- 05 September 2019
Thanks to tireless volunteer efforts by Jusong Yu of South China University of Technology and Jianxing Huang, Yunpei Liu and Jinfang Xiong of Xiamen University, the aiida-core documentation is now available in Chinese.
- 21 April 2019
The AiiDA project is happy to announce its application to participate in this year’s Google Season of Docs (GSoD). GSoD tries to bring open source projects and technical writers together: To give technical writers experience in contributing to open source projects and help opens source projects to improve their documentation and interact with the technical writing community.
- 05 April 2019
An outstanding candidate is sought with a background in the physical sciences (physics, chemistry, or materials science/engineering) alongside strong programming skills and organisational skills, and excellent work ethics.
- 19 January 2019
When May 21st, 2019 (9:00) until May 24th, 2019 (13:00)
Three open positions (THEOS, EPFL, Switzerland) in computational materials research software engineering
- 11 January 2019
Three positionsfor research software engineers/computational materials scientists are available in the group of Prof. Nicola Marzari at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, under the supervision of Dr. Giovanni Pizzi.
- 11 January 2019
An AiiDA plugin migration workshop will be held at EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland, aiming at collecting about 20 participants.