- Integrating expertise across computational materials design, a range of materials fabrication techniques, advanced characterisation and device testing. This allows a holistic approach covering all stages from design to testing, thus accelerating materials development.
- New materials that can absorb energy from sunlight and convert it to hydrogen
- Atomic-level understanding, derived from computational studies, of the light absorption and surface catalytic properties of novel materials
- Prediction and confirmation of a new materials system with photoactivity extending to longer wavelengths than most existing materials.
Capabilities and facilities
- High-performance computing capabilities
- Expertise in applying computational materials science to designing new materials and understanding materials performance across a range of applications, including photocatalysis, photovoltaics, battery materials and catalysis