Issue No. 01 - January/February (2001 vol. 3)
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Computational materials research has made major advances over the past decade in accelerating the design, processing, and property optimization of technologically important materials. Materials simulation is still in its infancy, however, as the nature of materials problems are so complex. Fortunately, as computational power has grown, so too has our ability to attack increasingly challenging materials problems and pose increasingly difficult questions. To fully capitalize on these advances and accelerate the integration of computational materials science into day-to-day R&D, we must work to strengthen the infrastructure for computational materials research and identify, develop, and focus the resources and talents of the computational materials science research community.
S. C. Glotzer and J. A. Warren, "Computational Materials Science and Industrial R&D: Accelerating Progress," in Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 3, no. , pp. 67-71, 2001.