Our group studies the structure and properties of materials and their applications, such as the development of novel devices for solar energy conversion, energy storage and heterogeneous catalysis, using computational models that span multiple scales from the atomistic to the continuum.

Topics of interest include: properties of two-dimensional weakly-bonded heterostructures; real-time simulation of reaction dynamics on surfaces; simulation of fluids or gases in complex geometries like arteries or nano-porous materials; and the interaction of organic or bio-molecules like DNA with nano-structured materials (find out more in "About us"). 

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Research Video on multiscale arterial blood flow