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  1. What is the Marketplace initiative?

    Check the EMMC Roadmap 2016-2017 [icon name=”external-link” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] with a section on the Modelling Marketplace initiative.

  2. Where can I find information on the exact vocabulary that should be used in the proposals to describe modelling work-packages?

    The Check the Review of Materials Modelling (RoMM) [icon name=”external-link” class=”” unprefixed_class=””].

  3. Is there a short summary of the RoMM that elaborates the basic terminology to be used?

    Yes, there is a 5 page extract with Modelling Vocabulary [icon name=”file-pdf-o” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] from the RoMM

  4. What exactly are translators and the translation process?

    Check the EMMC Roadmap 2016-2017 [icon name=”external-link” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] with a section on the Translation activities.

  5. What are the Modelling Vocabulary Standards and why do we need them?

    To facilitate the communication across modelling fields and to have only one possible interpretation of any word, it is  strongly recommended to use the vocabulary and classification of models of the Review of Material Modeling [icon name=”external-link” class=”” unprefixed_class=””], which it is obligatory in LEIT NMBP proposals.

  6. Modelling Workflows

    The workflow between different models (and the necessary homogenisation tools) is requested to be documented with a clear description of input-output relations in terms of physics/chemistry quantities. The EC provides the following template [icon name=”file-pdf-o” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] as guidance on how to describe the modelling done in LEIT-NMBP projects in a concise and precise way that can be understood by all four modelling fields (electronic, atomic, mesoscopic and continuum).