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Students from the London area joined the NOMAD team for a hands-on workshop in Cumberland Lodge, 06 - 07 February 2018. Ádám Fekete (KCL) presented a tutorial on grain boundaries of alpha-Fe (available in the NOMAD Analytics Toolkit), which students were then able to try out themselves. Rubén García-Hernández (LRZ) also gave a demo of NOMAD VR tools, allowing students to explore materials in a virtual environment. It was a great day!

If you are interested in organizing a similar event, contact the NOMAD team.


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NOMAD at a Glance


Learn more about the NOMAD Laboratory in this 3-minute video.

There are many more videos here!

You can also have a look at our project brochure and other promotional materials to learn more about NOMAD. 



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NOMAD Junior Ambassadors

Junior ambassadors are high-school and undergraduate students who promote NOMAD to the young general public. They have joined NOMAD Encyclopedia Coding Parties and supported the NOMAD team at the Long Night of Sciences.

NOMAD Senior Ambassadors

Senior ambassadors are NOMAD researchers involved in outreach in their communities. For example, Georg Huhs visited HTBLA Kaindorf, Austria on 31 October 2017 to talk about NOMAD and the life of a scientist. 

Interested in becoming a Junior Ambassador or arranging a visit with a Senior Ambassador? Contact us!


Learn More

NOMAD is advancing our understanding of materials that could be used to solve many global challenges. In a recent paper, the NOMAD team at UB studied nanoparticles that may someday be used to generate clean energy (O. Lamiel-Garcia, K. C. Ko, J. Y. Lee, S. T. Bromley, F. Illas, J. Chem. Theory and Comput., 13 1785 (2017)). 

Check out a full list of our presentations and open access publications.

You can also access our public deliverable reports here.

For further information on Outreach, contact Kylie O'Brien (