Project descriptionDriven by the importance and urgency of our society’s transition to renewable energy technology, this project aims to develop theoretical methods on light-matter interaction that will be used for understanding and designing efficient light-harvesting materials and photocatalysts (e.g. for photocatalytic water splitting). Electronic excited states and the dynamics of electrons and holes in various media will be investigated using Flinders University's DeepThought supercomputer.
Co-supervisorsDr Darryl Jones and Prof Sarah Harmer
Assumed knowledgeSolid-state physics, Quantum mechanics
Supervisors research focusCondensed-matter theory, High-performance computing
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