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Computational Methods for Materials Science CDT student

During my Graduate Studies at the University of Vienna I worked on computational simulations of atomically thin, layered, solid state materials for photocatalytic applications. To calculate optical and excitonic properties of these systems I used Density Functional Theory in combination with high level theoretical approaches, such as the GW method and the Bethe-Salpeter equation.

As part of the Cambridge CDT in Computational Methods for Materials Science, I am currently investigating phase-change memory materials, which are potential candidates for new logical devices enabling in-memory logic operations.