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
Lei discovers binary alkali cations Cs and Rb improve the operation stability of perovskite LEDs.
The research of Sofia and Shuxia on perovskite solar cells is highlighted on the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science at TU/e.
Shuxia tao gave the DIFFER seminar with a title: Metal halide perovskites for optoelectronics: the interplay of physics and chemistry.
Vicent won the extraordinary award of doctorate thesis at the University Pablo de Olavide, Spain.
End of year CMPG group outing@de kookfabriek, Eindhoven.
Today, Mike started an industrial internship at Software for Chemistry & Materials (SCM), Amsterdam.
Shuxia attended PVSEC29 conference in Xi’an, China and enjoyed the historical scenery and delicious local food.
Vicent and Zehua and Qihua presented their latest work on MD, kMC and DFT simulations of perovskite solar cells at ACOS, 2019.
Shuxia visited Beijing University and two institutes of Chinese Academy of Sciences and delivered several invited lectures to young students and researchers active in the field of perovskite solar cells.
Metal halide perovskites for optoelectronics: the interplay of physics and chemistry.
Our group Computational Materials Physics is featured on the new employer branding page at TU/e.
Mohamed Fadlallah joined us today as a guest researcher. Mohamed will be working on computational design of metal oxides for solar fuels. Welcome, Mohamed.
Jose Manuel Vicent Luna (Vicent) joined us as a postdoctoral researcher. With his strong expertise in force field development and Molecule Dynamics simulations, he will work on the development of a multi-scale approach for large scale simulations of metal halide perovskites.
Sofia Apergi joined our group as a PhD candidate. She will combine her background in both Mathematics and Condensed Matter Physics to develop DFTB method for studying defects physics of complex perovskite compounds.
Haibo Xue proves that in the perovskite lattice several smaller ions make room for a large one.