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Study found that recent computational and theoretical developments have enabled the location of defect-induced conical intersections in semiconductor nanomaterials.

XSEDE allocated over 975,000 compute hours on the Maverick supercomputing system at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to help in this materials research.

Research will help discover next-generation materials for solar cells and LED lights.


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