Research Projects in
Computational Condensed Matter Physics:
We model materials of interest to both pure and applied research.
Both classical and quantum-mechanical
models are studied, and close
contact is maintained with experiments on the same systems.
computational approaches and most modern supercomputers
are used to to study basic phenomena in solids such as helium, semiconductors
or ceramics and in nanotubes.
Research Projects :
Joan Adler has accepted students either via the Physics Department or via RBNI. Fulltime students are preferred, and only students who can attend group meetings and seminars will be accepted.
In addition to a good physical insight,
and learning the computational algorithms taught in the
computations at this level demand knowledge of UNIX systems,
techniques, and other modern computing skills such as the use of python.
Students taking these projects will gain such skills
which are in demand in high-tech industry.
This announcement can be viewed as a
with links to further explanations
about our recent projects.
A large EU FP7 grant is running till, 2016. Funding for
graduate students is part of this project. The project is entitled
``SimPhoNy: Simulation framework for multiscale phenomena in micro
and nano systems'' and includes collaboration with industry in Europe.
More details here.
Enthusiasm and a willingness to work hard are important.
are welcome to discuss any of these projects
Dr Joan Adler, Rm 603, Physics.
You may also talk with the graduate students in Rm. 316 Physics. Since I will retire in 2019, I will probably only accept joint students from now on.
For details and group publications/movies see the Computational
Physics Group Home Page at http://phycomp.technion.ac.il