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This collection brings together recent works published in npj Computational Materials that contribute towards the design of high performance thermoelectric materials.
Image: *Above image shows the calculated partial charge density on the close-packed Se-Se-Se plane for thermoelectric Cu2SnSe3 doped for optimal performance, shown in the review paper J. Yang et al., npj Computational Materials, 2 (2016) and originally published in L. Xi et al., Physical Review B, 86 (2012).
This collection of papers brings together recent works published in npj Computational Materials that contribute towards high-throughput materials discovery.
*Above image is a schematic of a high-throughput process for identifying transparent conductors, shown in the review paper G. Brunin etal., npj Computational Materials, 5 (2019) and originally published in R. Woods-Robinson et al., Chemistry of Materials, 30 (2018).
Image: *Above image is an illustration of an abstract molecules network from Alfred Pasieka/Science Photo Library via Getty Images.