Jill Zarestky

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High Performance Computing (HPC) is an area that requires students to acquire knowledge in a wide range of topics. At the same time, HPC is not a theoretical subject and is best learned through non-trivial projects. Teaching HPC therefore lives with the tension of having to cover many small, disconnected areas while wanting to provide more feedback on(More)
Many physical and chemical properties of the light rare-earths and actinides are governed by the active role of f electrons, and despite intensive efforts the details of the mechanisms of phase stability and transformation are not fully understood. A prominent example which has attracted a lot of interest, both experimentally and theoretically over the(More)
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