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.