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Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry

 
1968 Professor of Chemistry

I joined the Department in 2020 as the 1968 Professor of Chemistry. See the following link for more information.

Our research involves computer simulations of catalytic and environmental interfaces, aiming at reaching fundamental new understanding of elementary processes at such interfaces. As part of our work, we also seek to develop and improve current simulations methods (quantum and classical) to study such systems. For further information on our research interests see our group web pages.

Positions are availabe for talented students (Part III, masters and PhD) and post-docs interested in joining the group. Interested candiates are encouraged to get in touch by emailing me (with a copy of their CV and research interests).

Biography

Angelos Michaelides obtained a PhD in Theoretical Chemistry in 2000 from The Queen's University of Belfast. Following this, he worked as a post-doctoral research associate and junior research fellow at the University of Cambridge and then at the Fritz Haber Institute, Berlin as an Alexander von Humboldt research fellow and subsequently research group leader. Between 2006 and 2020 he was at University College London where he was Director and Co-Director of the Thomas Young Centre: The London Centre for the Theory and Simulation of Materials and the founding Director of the Materials and Molecular Modelling Hub. Since 2020 he has been the 1968 Professor of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge.

Professor Michaelides discusses his research

Publications

Predicting heterogeneous ice nucleation with a data-driven approach
M Fitzner, P Pedevilla, A Michaelides
– Nat Commun
(2020)
11,
4777
JCP emerging investigator special collection 2019
MD Ediger, L Jensen, DE Manolopoulos, TJ Martinez, A Michaelides, DR Reichman, CD Sherrill, Q Shi, JE Straub, C Vega, L-S Wang, EC Brigham, T Lian
– The Journal of chemical physics
(2020)
153,
110402
Machine Learning Potential for Hexagonal Boron Nitride Applied to Thermally and Mechanically Induced Rippling
FL Thiemann, P Rowe, EA Müller, A Michaelides
– Journal of Physical Chemistry C
(2020)
124,
22278
Chemical physics of materials
EA Weiss, A Michaelides, L Jensen, DR Reichman, X Zhu, EC Brigham, T Lian
– J Chem Phys
(2020)
153,
100402
Hydration of NH4+ in Water: Bifurcated Hydrogen Bonding Structures and Fast Rotational Dynamics
J Guo, L Zhou, A Zen, A Michaelides, X Wu, E Wang, L Xu, J Chen
– Physical review letters
(2020)
125,
106001
Electronic structure software
CD Sherrill, DE Manolopoulos, TJ Martínez, A Michaelides
– The Journal of Chemical Physics
(2020)
153,
070401
An accurate and transferable machine learning potential for carbon.
P Rowe, VL Deringer, P Gasparotto, G Csányi, A Michaelides
– The Journal of Chemical Physics
(2020)
153,
034702
Predicting Heterogeneous Ice Nucleation With a Data-Driven Approach
M Fitzner, P Pedevilla, A Michaelides
(2020)
Origins of fast diffusion of water dimers on surfaces
W Fang, J Chen, P Pedevilla, X-Z Li, JO Richardson, A Michaelides
– Nat Commun
(2020)
11,
1689
Small polarons and the Janus nature of TiO2 (110)
J Chen, C Penschke, A Alavi, A Michaelides
– Physical Review B
(2020)
101,
115402
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Research Group

Research Interest Group

Telephone number

01223 336314

Email address

am452@cam.ac.uk