I’m thrilled to announce that the Materials Modeling Stack Exchange forum is now in public beta. This means that anyone can browse without having to sign up for sign up for an account and the questions might start showing up in google search results. We’re still actively recruiting more physics-oriented contributors, so I encourage you to check it out.
There are already hundreds of questions and answers on the forum, here’s a couple great discussions you might want to join in on:
- What is a good programming language to learn for materials modeling?
- How to model phase transitions at critical regions in a magnetic system?
- How can very small lattices be sufficient for Quantum Monte Carlo simulations?
- Should I buy a CPU or a GPU for doing calculations?
- In Monte Carlo: does nonequilibrium imply stationary state?
- [Unanswered]: Discrepancy between numerical and transformed derivatives
- What are examples of materials that closely correspond to the Heisenberg model?