Research highlights 2014-2015

ICON2 2015

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
On 11 September 2015 Manuela Mura gave an invited talk about “Theoretical characterisation of STM assembly of flat organic molecules on Au(111) surface” at the first edition of ICON2 “International conference on novel nanomaterials”.

Roberta Dessì

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
PhD student in Applied Mathematics. E-mail: 14532003 [at] students. lincoln.ac.uk Roberta is originally from Villaperuccio (CA), Sardinia, Italy. She attended  University of Cagliari and graduated with a Laurea in Electronic Engineering in 2010. She wrote a Laurea thesis on “Atomistic study of the structural properties of nano hybrid systems for photovoltaic…

The future of multi-scale soft matter modeling

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
International Lorentz workshop “The future of multi-scale soft matter modeling” took place on 31.08-4.09.2015 in Leiden, Holland. Around 25 scientists, including PhD students, took part in intensive program comprising ?of lectures, poster and oral presentations and extensive Q&A and discussion sessions. The discussed simulation methods ranged from quantum…

International workshop in Holland

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Fabien presents poster “Curvature induced phase separation in cubic phases” at Lorentz workshop “The future of multi-scale soft matter modeling”, 31.08-4.09.2015, Leiden, Holland. ? Fabien Paillusson and Agur Sevink ?

Visit to Western Australia

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
Perth skyline Matt Watkins visited the groups of Andrew Rohl, Julian Gale and Paulo Rateiri at Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia as part of the Australian Research council funded project “Imaging defects at atomic resolution via state-of-the-art atomic force microscopy and petascale simulations”. Boab tree near Perth botanical gardens The…

Nano-world in your hand

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
A wonderful structure produced with modern technology of 3D printing arrived today by post. The 3D print was produced in the group of Dr. C. Heath Turner, Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, the University of Alabama, USA. The structure represents an approximatelly one hundred thousand times magnified…

New staff – Dr Manuela Mura

Welcome to our new staff: Dr Manuela Mura, who started as a Senior Lecturer returning after a maternity leave. Manuela received a doctorate from the King’s College London, where she wrote a PhD thesis on “Theoretical characterization of STM images of assemblies of flat organic molecules on metal surfaces”, for which work she received Tadion-Rideal Prize for […]

Roberta receives Springer Poster Prize

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Roberta Dessi receives Springer Poster Prize at CompMat2014.

International symposium on computational condensed matter – a success

On 7-9 September 2014 our Computational Physics Group organized an International Symposium and Workshop “Computational condensed matter: advances and challenges – CompMat2014“. The event took place in the sea-coast town of Whitehaven in western part of the Lake District National Park in UK. The symposium program committee consisted of Andrei Zvelindovsky, Marco Pinna and Manuela Mura. […]

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