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People

Primary Contributors

Lucas Hale

Materials Science and Engineering Division of Material Measurement Laboratory at National Institute of Standards and Technology

Lucas is the content manager for the Interatomic Potentials Repository website and the creator of the atomman and iprPy Python tools.

Zachary Trautt

Materials Measurement Science Division of Material Measurement Laboratory at National Institute of Standards and Technology

Zach set up the database infrastructure on which the Repository now operates and assists with new content submissions.

Chandler Becker

Office of Data and Informatics of Material Measurement Laboratory at National Institute of Standards and Technology

Chandler created the Interatomic Potentials Repository. She now serves in an advisory role for the project.

Interns

We have been fortunate to work with a number of quality student interns over the years. Thanks go out to:

Sponsors

This project is sponsored by the Center for Theoretical and Computational Materials Science (CTCMS) in the Materials Science and Engineering Division of the Material Measurement Laboratory (MML) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Additional Acknowledgments

Thanks are due to Yuri Mishin for suggesting this project and for providing valuable assistance. Various developers and users of interatomic potentials have also provided files and advice. These include (among others) Graeme Ackland, Jim Adams, Mike Baskes, Giovanni Bonny, Stephen Foiles, Mikhail Mendelev, Xiang-Yang (Benjamin) Liu, and Adri van Duin. Thanks are also due to the staff in the former Metallurgy Division and current Materials Science and Engineering Division at NIST for very helpful discussions.

Date Created: October 5, 2010 | Last updated: September 25, 2018