TCM Group, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, J J Thomson Avenue, Cambridge CB3 0HE, UK
I am a Winton Programme funded PhD student, currently working at the Theory of Condensed Matter group under the supervision of Dr. Andrew Morris. I am interested in studying materials properties using first-principles quantum mechanics simulations.
Structure prediction of Li-ion batteries electrodes.
Lithium-ion batteries (LIB) are widely used in a variety of electronic devices. The next generation of LIBs will require anode materials with higher capacity than the currently used graphite, such as metal alloys of lithium. In this project I will be using a stochastic approach (AIRSS) to predict and suggest new materials with the desired physical properties.
Ab initio molecular dynamics study of liquid metals.
I am interested in studying the structure of liquid metals from first-principles. In particular, how the electronic structure determines the short range order in the liquid.
During my M.Sc. thesis under the supervision of Prof. Guy Makov, I studied the short range order in liquid metals structure. While working with Prof. Makov I was also exposed to the fascinating field of computational physics.
As an undergraduate I worked with Prof. Amit Kohn on testing a methodology for imaging magnetic nanostructures in the TEM Lorentz mode.
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