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Group News

April 2016: Congratulations Yuefeng for successfully completing his PhD. Well done—celebrations are in order!

Jan 2016: Our recent work on the crystal structure of Al-Au precipitate phases will appear in the next issue of Acta Materialia. [Link]

Oct 2015: Our group is awarded Discovery Project funding from the Australian Research Council for investigating electrochemistry of magnesium batteries.

Oct 2015: We are delighted that Majid Mortazavi, our newly minted PhD, will be joining Prof. Alexandre Tkatchenko’s group at the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, as a postdoctoral researcher. [Pics]

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Welcome to the webpage of Computational Materials Lab at Monash University!

We investigate the physics and mechanics of nanoscale materials for optoelectronic, energy and structural applications. We employ a broad range of computational tools, including:

  1.    First principles quantum mechanical simulations

  2.    Large-scale molecular dynamics simulations

  3.    Continuum phase-field simulations, and

  4.    Continuum mechanics simulations.

Please visit publications page for more details.