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VIDEO DOI: https://doi.org/10.48448/0mpe-1890

technical paper

MATERIALS FOR HUMANITY (MH 21)

July 07, 2021

Singapore

Multiscale Computational Methods for Exploring Electrical and Thermal properties of highly disordered Composites Materials: From Machine-learning based Molecular Dynamics to Linear Scaling Transport Methods

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