Marco Buongiorno Nardelli, Ph.D | Department of Physics

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Marco Buongiorno Nardelli, Ph.D

Distinguished Research Professor
940-369-8596
Office: 
Physics 314
Highlights: 
International School for Advanced Studies, 1993. Ph.D.
Computational Physics, Theoretical Physics. Theoretical & computational materials physics; materials informatics; computational materials and high-performance simulations; materials and processes for energy & environment applications; nano-catalysis; molecular electronics at the
nanoscale and quantum electronic and thermal transport in molecules and nanoscale materials; design of novel electronic devices; physics and chemistry at interfaces and surfaces; theoretical developments of ab initio DFT-based methods and multiscale computational techniques.

Research interest: Computational Physics, Theoretical Physics. Theoretical and computational materials physics; materials informatics; computational materials and high-performance simulations; materials and processes for energy and environment applications; nano-catalysis; molecular electronics at the nanoscale and quantum electronic and thermal transport in molecules and nanoscale materials; design of novel electronic devices; physics and chemistry at interfaces and surfaces; theoretical developments of ab initio DFT-based methods and multiscale computational techniques.

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