Nanolayers Research Computing bridges the gap between academic physics and real-world products. We run a private access computing cluster and aim to bridge the gap between fundamental science and industrial applications through collaboration.
Our current projects cover a wide range of sciences, ranging from diffusion and reactivities at surfaces, rational design of novel catalysts, accurate simulation of defect parameters for novel electronic devices, wildlife computer vision and more. We leverage state of the art electronic structure methods, classical physics methods, optimization algorithms, and machine learning to solve complex problems.
Our team members have strong academic ties and lie at the forefront of scientific development. To top it all off, we are a highly international team working across Europe and North America. We are also able to provide services across the Hispanic world and the Middle East