Prior to joining the faculty of Johns Hopkins
in 2012, Tim cofounded Pellion Technologies, a company that is
leveraging computational tools to develop advanced batteries. He has
an A.B. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University and a Ph.D.
in Materials Science and Engineering from MIT.
Liang graduated with B.S. of Physics from
University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) and Ph.D. of
Physics from Johns Hopkins University. Liang is interested in ab
initio calculations and cluster expansion method for discovery and
design of new catalytic materials. He’s currently investigating
Pt-Ni based nanocatalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR),
and Cu-based nanocatalysts for CO2/CO reduction.
Pandu graduated from University of Illinois with a BSc. in Materials
Science and Engineering and concentration in metals. As an
undergraduate he did research on the fabrication of carbon nanotubes
and diffusion of oxygen through HCP metals. His research interests
are in energy and hard materials, mechanical properties of
materials, and diffusion.
Chenyang graduated from Penn State University
with a BS in Materials Science and Engineering. As an undergraduate
he did research on first-principles spectroscopic study on
hydroxyapatite (for water purification). His research interests are
energy materials and is currently working on Pt-based nanocatalysts
by cluster expansions.
Alberto graduated from the Costa Rica
Institute of Technology with a BS in Materials Engineering with an
emphasis in microelectronics. Previously, he investigated
graphene/ZnO/protein solar cells. Currently, he is interested in
machine learning methods for materials, and is working on genetic
programming to accelerate materials research.
Peter is interested in energy calculations and
physical properties for materials. He graduated from St. Olaf
College with a B.A in Mathematics and a concentration in Chemistry.
Chuhong graduated with B.S. of Materials
Science and Engineering from Tongji University. As an undergraduate,
she did research on the calculation of nanoparticles using EAM
potential models. Currently, her research is focused on the Pt-based
nanocatalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction.
Hao graduated from Southeast University with a
BS in Materials Science and Engineering. As an undergraduate, she
was majored in electronic information materials and did research on
the effect of microalloying on metallic glass forming ability.
Currently, her research interests are in energy materials and
computationally modelling structures.
Wan Wan graduated from University of Science
and Technology Beijing with a B.S in Nanomaterials and
Nanotechnology. As an undergraduate she did research on synthesis of
nano materials and their applications in diagnosis and therapy of
critical diseases. Her research interests are energy materials and
computational materials science.
Yunzhe graduated from the University of Hong
Kong with a BSc. in Materials Science and Engineering, and minors in
physics and mathematics. During his undergraduate study, he
conducted research in high-strength titanium composite and
stretchable conductive transparent electrodes. Currently, he is
endeavoring to improve efficiency of K-Point server in the group for
Sophomore in Materials Science Engineering
working on Genetic Algorithms and Surfaces
Meilin is currently a sophomore studying
Materials Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Her
research is primarily focused in computationally modeling surface
Nathan is a freshman at Johns Hopkins
University studying Materials Science and Engineering. His research
involves modeling surface structures and their mutations.
Simon is a freshman studying Materials Science
and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. His research involves
using genetic algorithms and machine learning techniques for
Mia is a freshman studying Materials Science
and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Her research involves
modeling surface structures.
Jack is a freshman studying Materials Science
and Engineering and Physics at Johns Hopkins University. His
research involves writing an interface for integration of database
information into the K-point server’s report.
Fenglin graduated with B.S. of Materials
Physics from Wuhan University (China) and Ph.D. of Materials
Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Fenglin's
interested in both ab initio and molecular dynamics calculations for
inorganic materials as well as force field development for molecular
simulations. Fenglin's research in our group primarily focused on
automated generation of force fields by genetic programming.
André has a BS and MS in Manufacturing
Engineering and a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from
Boston University. He worked with our group on structure
calculations of materials, especially organic, for applications in
alternative energy, electronic/MEMS devices, and artificial muscles.
Thomas graduated from the University of
Pittsburgh with a BS in Engineering Science, with a focus on
physics. As an undergraduate, he did research on the synthesis of
NbC nanorods and their potential for use in solar cells. With our
group, he used cluster expansions to predict the properties of Pt
Le graduated from Univeristy of Science and
Technology Beijing with a BS in Materials Physics. As an
undergraduate he did research on first-principle study of electronic
properties of metal-semiconductor contact. With our group, his
research interests were in development of cluster expansion method
and its implementation in design of PtNi alloy catalysts for oxygen
Kyle worked in our group as an undergraduate
and did his senior design project in our group. He graduated with a
degree in Materials Science and Engineering in 2014.
Eunhee spent a semester in our group as an
intern as part of the Korea WEST program in 2014.