Release 2023.3.22 contains several new features, bugfixes, and improvements. We highlight: (1) added non-uniformity in all reciprocal cell dimensions for k-point density; (2) ability to save search queries for both Quick Search and Advanced Search; and (3) optimize registration + Explorer tables to speed up UX.
Release 2022.12.15 contains several bugfixes and improvements. The 3D Materials viewer is now centering the structure in the view when multiple structures are present in the Job Designer.
Release 2022.11.17 contains several updates focused on the new workflow - Valence Band Offsets. This workflow is designed for 2D materials and heterostructures, with MoS2/WS2 as the example use case. Multiple bug fixes were also added. Love materials and coding?
Release 2022.11.3 contains several updates focused on improving platform UI (spotlight search in the header) and performance. Multiple bug fixes were also added.
Release 2022.9.9 contains several updates focused on improving UI for Workflows. Multiple bug fixes and performance improvements were also added.
Release 2022.8.26 contains several updates focused on improving UI for Subworkflows and Units based on user feedback. Also, on cluster-007 master node was resized, and the configuration of the D queue was updated. In addition, multiple bug fixes and minor improvements ...
Release 2022.8.18 contains several updates. First is open-sourcing some of our codebase into microservices with Entity definitions for the WAMPI stack (Workflow, Application, Model, Property, Infrastructure) ADe.js, ProDe.js, MoDe.js, and WoDe.js (more details below).
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For the 2022.7.21 release, we are near completing the splitting of our codebase to multiple “micro-services” to be open-sourced in the near term.
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For the 2022.6.16 release, we bring some quality-of-life improvements and cosmetic adjustments to the Mat3ra platform!
In the 2022.6.2 release, we bring an often requested feature! Navigating to the bank workflows now focuses on curator-provided workflows by default!
In the 2022.5.19 release, we introduce material repetitions along independent axes in the materials viewer! We also modernized our underlying 3D visualization library, which will enable future improvements.
As part of the 2022.5.5 release of Mat3ra, we upgraded Material-UI for our platform to version >= 4 and introduced some minor bug fixes.
For the 2022.4.21 release of Mat3ra, we bring some quality-of-life improvements to the materials editor! Materials are now centered in the 3D view and there is now an interactive switch to add atom labels to the scene.
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As part of the 2022.3.24 release of Mat3ra, we upgraded our web stack to React 16!
Our 2022.3.10 release brings an output file preview bug fix and addition of the DeePMD software executable to the Mat3ra platform!
Our 2022.2.23 release brings new versions of Quantum ESPRESSO (7.0) and Intel Stack to the Mat3ra platform!
Our 2022.2.10 release brings new versions of LAMMPS (7 Jan 2022) and GROMACS (2021.5) to the Mat3ra platform!
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As part of the 2022.2.4 release, we are proud to announce our re-branding campaign from Exabyte.io to Mat3ra.com!
Implemented the non-periodic logic inside materials-designer, performance improvements and bug fixes.
Change modulefile naming convention to semantic version numbering. Update git-lfs to 2.10
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As a natural continuation of our prior work on benchmarking cloud platforms for high-performance computing (HPC) applications in materials modeling ...
Benchmarking the latest generation of cloud hardware for materials modeling
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