Cluster Science Collaboration

The Cluster Science Collaboration (CSC) is an academic interest group at Michigan State University promoting fundamental research in atomic clusters. These aggregates, ranging in size between few and millions of atoms, bridge the gap between molecules and the bulk, and exhibit a variety of unusual phenomena.

Scientists at the Department of Physics and Astronomy as well as the Department of Computer Science are actively involved in molecular dynamics simulations of aggregates consisting of up to a million atoms, and in the real-time analysis of simulation results on massively parallel computers. This pushes the limits of feasibility both on the side of Physics as well as Computer Science.


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CSC Pages by: Charles Henrich and David Tomanek at Michigan State University
Contact: tomanek@pa.msu.edu
Last update: 20 April 1998