Welcome to the homepage of the special research programme TACO

Scientists of TU Wien and the University of Vienna collaborate intensely on improving materials modeling.
For more information about the various sub-projects (P01-P12), click on the logos below.

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First TACO Colloquim
Predicting material properties with the help of machine learning

The first TACO Colloquium by Bingqing Cheng (IST Austria) from the November 22nd 2021 is now available on the TACO Youtube channel.

Reaching Chemical Accuracy in ab initio Simulations of Complex Materials

The talk given by Andreas Grüneis (TU Wien, Institute of Materials Chemistry) at the Kickoff Meeting is now online on the TACO YouTube channel.

Introducing P02
Last video of mini-series on YouTube

The last of a series of short videos introducing our subprojects is now avaliable on YouTube.

Dynamic surface processes viewed by scanning tunneling microscopy

A seminar talk given by Peter Matvija from the Department of Surface and Plasma Science, Charles University Prague, Czechia

Selective Catalytic Oxidation over Cobalt-based Spinel and Perovskite Nanoparticles

The fourth TACO Colloquim given by Martin Muhler from Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

Data-efficient and physics-inspired machine learning models to treat complex catalyst materials and reaction networks

The fifth TACO Colloquim given by Mie Andersen from Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Denmark, and Technische Universität München, Germany

SFB TACO is funded by: