We develop and employ theoretical and computational methods including Density Functional Theory, Many-Body Perturbation Theory and quantum dynamics for open systems, to understand and predict realistic
complex materials’ properties including optical, spin and electron transport and catalytic properties at the atomistic levels, for energy conversion and quantum information applications.
Current research topic: a) electronic excitation and spin dynamics including many body interactions; b) polaronic conduction in complex oxides; c) catalytic reactions at solid/liquid interfaces.
Resource our publications and documentation. Publications are presented in chronological order to view the evolution of our research and theoretical developments.
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