|Research Associate||K. Lonsdale Building, M207|
|Crystallography and Mineral Physics|
|Computational Mineral Physics|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||020 3108 6314 (56314 )|
The general field of my research is computational material science. My research interests cover the ab initio simulations of defects and disorder, thermoelasticity and melting, and photocatalytic water splitting. The research strategy is based on gaining an understanding of the fundamentals of materials by ab initio quantum calculations, to solve the structures and probe the behaviors of materials that are related to specific applications.