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DR Molecular hybridization theory revisited with bespoke nanoparticle clusters - You may still retain a little molecular hybridization theory from grade 12 chemistry, that is, the theory of what happens to atomic orbitals when atoms...
image1 Xiaoyue given the M&M 2016 Student Award - Congratulations Xiaoyue for winning the M&M 2016 Student Award for “Biomineralization of Hydroxyapatite Revealed by In Situ Electron Microscopy”- with co-authors Jie Yang and Profs Soleymani...
IMG_0376 Congratulations go to……… - Let us take a moment and congratulate our very own Maedeh Pourmajidian and Darren Feenstra for winning the best poster and oral presentation awards (3rd...
AndrePhillion Welcoming André Phillion! - Materials Science and Engineering department is proud to announce the hiring of André Phillion as a new faculty member. Dr. Phillion is an experienced materials...
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Congratulations to Dr. Grandfield and her research group, who were awarded the Ontario Research Fund grant. Check out the full article here!

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WIEN2K Conference
June 3 – 7, 2016

The 23rd workshop in the history of the WIEN code is a hands-on activity dedicated to teach the use of the WIEN2k Density Functional Theory Package. WIEN2k is one of the most popular electronic structure codes used to perform calculations with the Full Potential LAPW method.

http://mcmasteel.mcmaster.ca/conf/

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