|부문||Invited Speech I|
|성명||유재준 교수 (Jaejun Yu, Professor)|
|소속||서울대학교 (Seoul National University)|
|주제||High-Performance Computing and the Future of Materials Design|
1980 ~ 1984 서울대학교 물리학과 학사
1984 ~ 1988 Northwestern University 물리학 박사
1992 ~ 1999 서강대학교 물리학과 조교수, 부교수
1999 ~ 현재 서울대학교 물리천문학부 조교수, 부교수, 교수
2004 ~ 현재 서울대학교 계산과학협동과정 참여교수
2011 ~ 2012 서울대학교 자유전공학부 학생부학부장
2012 ~ 2014 서울대학교 자연과학대학 교무부학장
2014 ~ 2016 서울대학교 기초교육원 부원장
Over the last forty years, the computer hardware has made enormous progress in both the chip density and speed (Moore's Law) and the growth of parallel processor supercomputers.
Together with the pace of the hardware progress, advances in many essential algorithms have become much more efficient so that the algorithm themselves have increased in speed by many orders of magnitude. The combined enhancement of software and hardware has made the simulation to unprecedented levels, especially, in the fields of computational materials sciences.
Scientists seeking to understand the complexity and control the properties of both nano-scale and bulk materials are quickly taking advantage of the enormous advances in computational materials physics.
On top of these resources, the high-performance computing has led to a renaissance in materials science which promises accelerated discovery and much more rapid deployment of new materials for the future.
In this talk, I will briefly review the past and current status of computational materials design and discuss its prospects.