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VASP 6: Total energies beyond DFT
With Dr. Martijn Marsman from the
University of Vienna

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Upcoming Webinar: VASP.6: Total energies beyond DFT

With Dr. Martijn Marsman from the University of Vienna. Live Webinar on July 16th.  This webinar focuses on total energy calculations by means of...


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