A new publication in which the authors have cited Nestum has been published:
Effect of larger pore size on the sorption properties of isoreticular metal‐organic frameworks with high number of open metal sites
Pascal D. C. Dietzel, Peter A Georgiev, Morten Frøseth Rune E Johnsen, Helmer Fjellvåg, Richard Blom
First published:19 May 2020
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the HPC Lab team will mostly refrain from spending time on-site as instructed by Sofia Tech Park. That being said, Nestum will continue to be available and online 24/7 and we will be accessible via email.
На 10.03 група от ученици от Софийска гимназия по строителство, архитектура и геодезия “Христо Ботев” ще посети Лаборатория по високопроизводителни изчисления. Проф. Пройкова ще изнесе доклад за използването на паралелни клъстери за практически цели.
On 10.03, a group of students from the SGCAG “Hristo Botev” will make a visit to the HPC laboratory. Prof. Proykova will give a lecture about practical applications of parallel clusters.
26.11.2019 9:00 am Place: Faculty of Physics, building A, room 25a
Master course Modeling of physical processes second intensive day (6 lecturing hours + 3 exercises – parallel computations) begins
28.11.2019 14:00 Place: Albert Borschette Conference Centre, Brussels, Belgium
Talk Artificial Intelligence – a new approach in Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials and Biotechnology
Speaker: Prof. Ana Proykova at the 30th NMBP PC meeting on Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing
10 and 11 December 2019, Hall 6, National Palace of Culture Sofia, Bulgariahttp://futuris2019.com/ Research Infrastructures of the Future – synergies, sustainability, smart specialization and social impact
20-23 November 2019
World Science Forum, https://worldscienceforum.org/
The head of the HPC laboratory, Prof. Ana Proykova, is officially invited by the Chair of the Forum.
ETHICS AND RESPONSIBILITY WILL BE THE MAIN THEME OF WORLD SCIENCE FORUM 2019