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Isaac Tamblyn, Assistant Professor
(Ph.D. Dalhousie)

Faculty of Science
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Oshawa, Ontario
CANADA, L1H 7K4

e-mail : isaac.tamblyn@nrc.ca (public key)

Office : UA4020

tel : +1.613.796.5148

Machine Learning at the Nanoscale for Renewable Energy

The main objective of my research is to apply computational methods to applied problems in material science. Recently, our group has been focused on applying the tools of "data science" to the problem of materials. We are interested in using recent advances in machine learning methodologies to develop computationally tractable solutions to hard problems in condensed matter physics, with a focus on applications in the space of renewable energy materials.

Electronic excitations tuned to the solar spectra can create electron-hole pairs suitable for artificial photosynthesis and water splitting.

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