Hillert Materials Modeling Colloquium series VI: The past and future evolution of materials research
Listen to Professor Risto Nieminen talk about theoretical and computational methods applied to multiscale materials modelling, as well as how large-scale computations can be combined with extensive databases and machine-learning methods to systematically search and discover new materials.
Time: Tue 2022-09-27 15.00 - 16.00
Video link: https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68857197281
Participating: Professor Risto Nieminen
Risto Nieminen’s research area is condensed-matter and materials physics, especially theoretical and computational methods as applied to multiscale materials modelling. He has developed widely used methods and applied them in interpreting a variety of experimental results for e.g. atomic-scale defects, surfaces and interfaces of solids and for nanoscale structures and assemblies. An important application area has been defects and doping in semiconductors and two-dimensional materials. The research has contributed to the understanding of carrier concentration and compensation, defect metastability, doping limits, diffusivity and complex formation. The work includes wide-gap and insulating materials, nitrides, complex oxides, perovskites, and chalcopyrites, as well as graphene and related materials. Large-scale computation can also be combined with extensive databases and machine-learning methods to systematically search and discover new materials.
Hillert Materials Modeling Colloquium Series is arranged by Hillert Modeling Laboratory
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
KTH Royal Institute of Technology