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Our research aims at understanding important phenomena in surface- materials- and nano-science with water being a major focus of our work. Using concepts from quantum mechanics to statistical mechanics, we apply and develop methods and computer simulations to study, for instance, chemical reactions at surfaces and processes of environmental relevance. Much of our research is carried out with leading experimentalists across the world. It is of both fundamental and applied interest.

More information on our interests can be found below or by checking out some of our recent research highlights. A poster summarising some of our old work (pre-2010) can be found here.

Read more at: Beyond-DFT Methods

Beyond-DFT Methods



Read more at: Catalysis and Gas Storage

Catalysis and Gas Storage



Read more at: Nucleation and Dissolution

Nucleation and Dissolution



Read more at: Interfaces and Nanoconfinement

Interfaces and Nanoconfinement



Read more at: Machine Learning Potentials

Machine Learning Potentials