Olvera de la Cruz Group

Olvera Group TARDIS Cluster

TARDIS is a CPU/GPU computational cluster used for numerical simulations of soft matter systems by members of Olvera de la Cruz Research Group in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at Northwestern University. TARDIS cluster was built by Atipa. Funding for the TARDIS cluster was provide by a U.S. Department of Defense National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship (NSSEFF) awarded to Prof. Olvera de la Cruz.

Reports
NSF sponsored workshop "Opportunities in Theoretical and Computational Polymeric Materials and Soft Matter” report, Santa Barbara, CA, October 2013.

Internal Collaborators
Samuel Stupp 
Chad Mirkin
Igal Szleifer 
Michael Bedzyk 
Bartosz Grzybowki
John Marko
Laurence Marks
Tobin Marks
Alexander Patashinski
George Schatz
Mark Ratner

External Collaborators
Joshua Deutsch (U. of California, Santa Cruz)
Pedro Gonzalez-Mozuelos (CINVESTAV, Mexico)
Vladimir Kuzokov (Institute of Solid State Physics, Latvia)
Juan de Pablo (U. of Chicago)
Francisco Solis (ASU)
Graziano Vernizzi (Siena College)