Here we highlight events relevant to computational method development and energy research.
- Atomistic and Molecular Simulation (AMS) study group, organized by the PI and open to junior researchers at all levels across several departments of TU/e and DIFFER
- CCER seminar for a wider range of computational approaches
- Physics Colloquium for research topics in Physics
- DIFFER seminars for research topics in Energy Technologies
The absolute energy levels of 18 metal halide perovskites manuscript is published on Nature Communications.
Our manuscript of NaF improving the stability of perovskite solar cells is published on Nature Energy.
Subash Gireesan won poster price at MRS meeting
Congratulations to Shuxia Tao for receiving a prestigious personal NWO START-UP grant.
The Computational Materials Physics Group has launched their new website: ShuxiaTao.com.
Congratulations to Chidozie Onwudinanti for his first-author paper on Nanomaterials.
Join us at European Advanced Materials Congress at Sweden, August 11-14, 2019
Published on Advanced Materials, we reveal small alkali ions stabilize perovskite solar cells.
Welcome to Lei Song, who started her research on machine learning based force field development for metal halide perovskites as a guest researcher.
Our review paper “Multiscale in modelling and validation for solar photovoltaics” with Multiscale Solar COST Action is published on EPJ Photovoltaics.
A very warm welcome to our three new PhD candidates: Zehua Chen, Haibo Xue and Qihua Li. They will join forces to study different aspects of perovskite solar cells using complementary computational approaches.
Our collaborative papers with Warwick University for Sn perovskites are published.
Congratulations to Junke Jiang for publishing his first-author paper on Journal of Physical Chemistry C.
A very warm welcome to Min He, who started her one year visit as a visiting PhD student at our group today.
Congratulations to Shuxia Tao for selected as an editorial board member of Nature journal Scientific Reports in the field of condensed matter physics.