[Q-e-developers] Seeking permission to reuse image in Chemistry in Australia

Nicola Marzari nicola.marzari at epfl.ch
Sat Jul 1 10:26:03 CEST 2017

Dear Sally,

thanks - great news!

For that picture you should probably ask Craig Fennie, at Cornell - 
otoh, one would also need to ask permission to the American Physical
Society (they usually grant it). Other catch is that is from 2011, and
I wonder if it wouldn't be better to think at something more recent?


On 01/07/2017 06:51, Sally wrote:
> Hello
> I am the editor of Chemistry in Australia, magazine of the Royal 
> Australian Chemical Institute (chemaust.raci.org.au).
> I will shortly be publishing a feature article featuring a range of free 
> software of potential use to chemists, and Quantum Espresso is among the 
> mentioned software.
> Do you have available a high resolution version of the attached image, 
> and would you be amenable to making it available for us to publish?
> Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you.
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> /Regards
> /
> Sally
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