Atomistic Insights & Design for Materials in Environments (AIDME)
A Theoretical Group Betters Realistic Materials
A vast amount of materials studied in laboratories have many superior properties. However, the realistic environments may also have great impact on their performance and lifetime, and exclude the application of many good-in-lab materials.
Our Research: We develop & use advanced computational approaches to investigate & design many important solid materials (e.g., alloys, ceramics, native oxides, protective coatings) applied under various environmental conditions (e.g., space, atmospheres, solutions, low/high T, mechanical load).
Our Targets are (1) understanding clearly, (2) predicting accurately, (3) designing reasonably, and (4) collaborating with experiment closely for the materials in realistic environments.
Simulation Methods: We mainly use Density Functional Theory (DFT) for atomic-scale simulations, based on which we also extend our reach to larger-scale simulations using Molecular Dynamics, Monte Carlo, and analytical methods.
Liang-Feng Huang (黄良锋)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ; email@example.com
Office: Office D201 at NIMTE
Institution: Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Address: No. 1219 Zhongguan West Road, Zhenhai District, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 315201 P. R. China
地 址：浙江省宁波市镇海区中官西路1219号 邮编：315201