Senior scientist in Computational Science @ Development of Systems for Information Technology and ICT Division
ENEA Enery Technologies and Renewable sources Department
Role in the project : Task leader for TVA1.2 Research Infrastructures for Virtual Access
Massimo Celino, staff scientist at ENEA, studied Physics at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” discussing a thesis on the numerical modelling of charge flows at the depinning transition. He got a PhD in condensed matter physics at the University of Strasbourg “L. Pasteur” (France) discussing a thesis on the numerical characterization of amorphous and liquid atomic structure of silicon diselenide materials. His main scientific interests are in the field of molecular modeling of amorphous and liquid materials, High Performance Computing and open data. He is author of about 80 scientific papers on international journals and delivered talks and communications to numerous national and international conferences
 - Took place on Feb, 08th 2022
Modelling, high performance computing and efficient access to data sets based on data reported in the literature and experimental work are important tools to accelerate research in the field of photovoltaic perovskite, and beyond. With this workshop VIPERLAB presents the importance of these topics for materials science technology and how the 4 virtual infrastructures of Viperlab project can support researchers from academy'and industry, with free access to their computing, modeling tools and the available datasets.