• Gidi Baum's old Wulff surface code has been retrieved (from pre-1990 backups) and reactivated.
  • New MATLAB codes with well-documented GUI interfaces are ready to apply to study the Wulff construction and create cut crystals with interfaces having different types of twisted or tilted contacts.
  • These crystals are ready to use in future simulations.
  • Surface energies of the interfaces have been calculated and analyzed.
    1. Twisted interface surface energy close to zero when rotation is zero.
    2. In infinite boundary case surface energy close to constant because no. of bonds do not change a lot while rotating.
    3. In the tilted case a much stronger angular dependence is seen.
  • Vizualizations in AViz using bonds of predetermined lengths enable quick viewing of interface natures.