Theory and Modeling

As computing power has increased on a magnitudinal level, it has become posible to simulate the behavior of materials. With the enormous reduction of time required, we are able to design new materials using computational methods that in the past were only achievable through trial and error.

 


Subcategories include: Combinatorial Approaches and Materials Informatics, Computational Materials Design, Process and Equipment Simulation, Thermodynamic Approaches

Faculty

Mo, Yifei Yifei Mo

assistant PROFESSOR
301-405-7613 | yfmo@umd.edu
Research Areas: Combinatorial Approaches and Materials Informatics, Computational Materials Design, Thermodynamic Approaches
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Rubloff, Gary Gary Rubloff

Minta Martin Professor of Engineering
Director, Maryland NanoCenter
Director, Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage, a DOE EFRC
Fellow, APS and AVS

301-405-3011 | rubloff@umd.edu
Research Areas: Combinatorial Approaches and Materials Informatics, Process and Equipment Simulation 
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Takeuchi, Ichiro Ichiro Takeuchi

Professor
Graduate Program Director

301-405-6809 | takeuchi@umd.edu
Research Areas: Combinatorial Approaches and Materials Informatics
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