ADAQ is a collection of automatic workflows used for high-throughput calculations of point defects in semiconductors. These workflows are implemented using httk. ADAQ automates every step in the theoretical process of calculating defects: it relaxes the unit cell, creates the defect supercells with arbitrarily sized defect clusters, screens these defects for the most relevant properties, and fully characterizes the point defects. The full characterization workflow calculates magneto-optical properties, such as zero phonon lines (ZPL), zero field splitting (ZFS), and hyperfine coupling parameters, for many different charge and spin states of the defects.
Citing ADAQ in scientific works
This is presently the preferred citation:
- Davidsson, J., Ivády, V., Armiento, R., & Abrikosov, I. A. ADAQ: Automatic workflows for magneto-optical properties of point defects in semiconductors. Computer Physics Communications, 108091 (2021)
- Davidsson J., Color Centers in Semiconductors for Quantum Applications: A High-Throughput Search of Point Defects in SiC, Ph.D. thesis, Ph.D. thesis, Linköping University Electronic Press (2021)
The code is being made ready for public release.
Send your questions and inquiries about ADAQ to joel.davidsson [at] liu.se