The Midwest Integrated Center for Computational Materials (MICCoM) develops and disseminates interoperable computational tools - open source software, data, simulation templates, and validation procedures - that enable simulations and predictions of properties of materials for low-power electronics and for quantum technologies. The distinctive features of the center are:

  • Development of interoperable codes for simulation of materials at multiple length and time scales
  • Focus on heterogeneous materials, inclusive of defects, interfaces, and building blocks
  • Focus on spectroscopic and coherence properties