Materials Computation, Theory & Design
The proliferation of computing power is enabling exciting new approaches to the characterization and design of materials.
Assistant Professor Evan Reed's group is engaged in theory and modeling of materials using atom-based methods. Recent focus of the research is:
Monolayer and few layer materials (i.e. graphene, MoS2) for electronics, NEMS and energy applications.
Materials at conditions of high temperatures, electromagnetic fields and pressures, including shock compression.
Materials informatics and machine learning to understand complex simulations and predict materials properties.