Computer assisted design and development of tailored nanostructures

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The aim is to create framework for computer assisted design and study of nano- and microscale materials under extreme heterogeneous external conditions. We will use multiscale (ab initio, molecular dynamics, finite element analyses) computer aided design with bilateral verification from high resolution SEM data. Thus, it becomes possible to design materials at micro and nanoscale, to improve their properties and reach scientific and technological breakthroughs in problems such as electrical breakdowns in CLIC accelerator in CERN or different novel nanofabrication technologies.

PhD student:

Secure: Project