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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@uoit.ca (public key)
www :
http://faculty.uoit.ca/itamblyn

Office : UA4020

tel : +1.905.721.8668x3439

fax : +1.905.721.3304


OUR LAB CURRENTLY HAS OPEN GRADUATE STUDENT POSITIONS. PLEASE SEND YOUR CV IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING!

Renewable Energy Science at the Nanoscale

The main objective of my research is to explain and predict new electronic, structural, and dynamic properties of condensed matter systems. This work involves studying a wide range of complex phenomena in interacting many-body systems under diverse conditions. I am using a variety of theoretical techniques, including first-principles electronic structure methods, quantum molecular dynamics, and analytical many-body theories. Students working with me will gain experience with state-of-the-art theoretical methods, and will be exposed to a broad spectrum of problems in condensed matter and computational physics.

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

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