Log In Join Now
Forums  |  Help  |  Settings  |  Download
Research: The Clean Energy Project - Phase 2: Project News
 
News 

RSS

Search Options
The news items shown only include the category and tags you've selected.

Tags
Award Behind the Scenes
Event or Milestone Media
Project Update Research Paper
Technical Issue Video
Website Update
Filter

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Last >  


28 Mar 2017 – Clean Energy Project Researchers Sharing Results and Planning for the Future
The Clean Energy Project team is working on publicizing their results to-date. They have wrapped up the second phase of the project, and are also making decisions about their future work with World Community Grid.  
  Tags: Project Update

12 Oct 2016 – New Collaborations and Continued Progress for the Clean Energy Project
In this update, the Harvard research team describes new research tasks, new collaborations that will build upon their search for more efficient solar cells, and a recent award.  
  Tags: Project Update

18 Dec 2015 – The Clean Energy Project changes with the seasons
Fall brings a new team leader and a new type of simulation to run. In addition, the team has started working with partners to synthesize promising compounds. The overall goal remains constant, however: to identify materials that can generate clean, renewable energy.  
  Tags: Project Update

15 Oct 2015 – The Clean Energy Project team explains: What is high-throughput virtual screening?
The Clean Energy Project team has just published some thoughts about the philosophy, practicalities and potential of high-throughput virtual screening. Because computers and software continue to evolve rapidly, other researchers who are interested in high-throughput screening should consider these general guidelines, rather than trying to meet specific technical parameters.   
  Tags: Research Paper

14 Oct 2015 – Next-Level Screening: Predicting Material Properties
A new paper from the Clean Energy Project team reveals that they can now use multi-layer artificial neural networks to predict the electrical properties of novel molecules without actually simulating the entire molecule. This advance was made possible by the enormous number of simulations done for the Clean Energy Project, and promises to enable screening of many more molecules than the team was able to address in their previous work.  
  Tags: Research Paper

02 Sep 2015 – Summer is a great time to focus on solar energy
A busy summer has led to several advances in the Clean Energy Project: new team members, new database search functionality, new publications and (hopefully) new funding!   
  Tags: Project Update

15 Jun 2015 – In 10 years, 'crowdsourced computing' has changed the world; now it's tackling Ebola
An article in The Independent, one of the UK's most prominent daily newspapers, detailing the past 10 successful years of World Community Grid.  
  Tags: Media

11 May 2015 – The hard work of making discoveries useful
Even as World Community Grid computations continue, the team behind the Clean Energy Project is busy improving their database structure, making their results more accessible to the wider scientific community, and authoring papers to disseminate the methodology behind the project. Also, look out for their new project website coming soon!  
  Tags: Project Update

06 Feb 2015 – Clean Energy Project team continues to make progress
The Clean Energy Project team has added new members and continues to explore exciting facets of the largest quantum chemistry experiment ever conducted. New team members will help expand on the results of the current experiments and make methodological improvements that will improve future research.  
  Tags: Project Update

23 Oct 2014 – A productive summer for the Clean Energy Project
The Clean Energy Project team has an end-of-summer update for all the World Community Grid volunteers. Several changes to the database and work units were put in place over the summer. The team sends a big thank-you to the volunteers who make this work possible, as well as to the lab’s summer students and the departing CEP web developer.  
  Tags: Project Update

Return to Top