Windl Group

Windl Group

Dr. Wolfgang Windl works primarily in the area of Computational Materials Science. 
His field of expertise is in the area of atomistic simulations, especially within density-functional theory.

Main current research areas include:

Ab-Initio Simulation of Atom Probe Tomography

Layered and van der Waals Materials with Exotic Properties

Transport and Electronic Structure in Semiconductors

Metal Alloys - Thermodynamics, Potentials, Uncertainty Quantification

 

Professor at The Ohio State University in Materials Science and Engineering and Physics (courtesy). Computational materials modeling with a focus on the atomic scale and on modeling-enhanced characterization. Significant experience in teaching short courses on Nanoscale Simulation and Nanoelectronic Devices.

* Materials: Magnetic and spintronics materials, nuclear materials, semiconductors, high-performance structural materials, and metallic glasses.
* Simulation-Assisted Materials Design, 
* Simulation of Characterization Spectra, 
* Atomic-scale structure resolution,
* Semiconductor process simulation,
* First-principles modeling of electronic structure, transport, and spin-related properties.
* Atomic-scale modeling of mechanical properties.
* Multiscale diffusion modeling and diffusion mechanisms.

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