Our Research Program

We are broadly interested in the theoretical and computational study of nano and microstructural evolution, and particularly nucleation and growth, in condensed materials systems.  Example solid-state materials of current interest are crystalline semiconductors such as silicon and its alloys (silicon-germanium and silicon-carbide), although aggregation phenomena in other materials systems (e.g., metals, complex fluids) also are within the scope of the program. Learn More

Recent Publications