Theoretical and Computational Materials Physics

Computational Materials Physics is the advancement of modern computation techniques has enabled the ability to predict physical properties of crystal structures, establish structure-properties of materials, and simulate physical and mechanical processes for well-defined yet complex systems. Theoretical Materials Physics is a research field where the focus lies on modeling, predicting, and designing materials, that we encounter in our daily life. Such a progression has been brought about by the remarkable technological progress especially that made over the past two decades, in the development of large scale computing facilities, and their ensuing utilization to the resolution of problems in physics which do not lend themselves to exact analytical treatments. 

  • Molecular Physics
  • Theory of Metals
  • Atomistic Simulation
  • Computational Physics of Liquid Crystals
  • Density Functional Theory
  • Electronic and Thermoelectric Materials
  • Electrostatics in Soft Matter
  • Molecular Dynamics Simulations

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