Pablo Martín gets is M.Sc.

Pablo Martin obtained his M.Sc. in Computational Science from the University of Cantabria the 21st of December 2015.

In his Master Thesis Pablo developed a Kinetic Monte Carlo code that we will use in the future to study long-term processes in materials, like diffusion in batteries, plastic deformations, or dissolution.

Congratulations Pablo!


Qianqian Wang gets her Ph.D. degree

Qianqian Wang received her Ph.D. degree from the NanjingTech University on December 2015.

The Thesis was advised by Prof. Xiaodong Shen and myself, and studies using atomic scale simulations the structure, electronic signature, and surface properties of calcium silicate minerals. The results seed light on some interesting processes taking place in this mineral at […]