My research interests include: computational materials science and nanotechnology with emphasis on design; characterization and development of multifunctional nano-structured materials for device and sensor applications; fundamental studies on transport phenomena (heat, mass and momentum) at nanoscale and in confined media; thermal, mechanical, electronic and magnetic properties and phase behavior of materials; materials for thermal management, power generation and energy harvesting; and development and application of multiscale simulation methods.
Cingolani, R., Vaclavikova, M., Jakabsky, S., Hredzak, S., Kart, H. H., Uludogan, M., ... Goodberlet, J. G.
(2004).Nanomaterials, Nanoparticles, and Nanostructures. Guceri, S., Gogotsi, Y. G., & Kuznetsov, V. (Eds.),
Nanoengineered Nanofibrous Materials.
Goddard, W. A., Cagin, T., Qi, Y., Zhou, Y., & Che, J.
(2001).First principles multiscale modeling of physico-chemical aspects of tribology. Tribology Series.
G. Dalmaz, A. (Eds.),
Tribology Research: From Model Experiment to Industrial ProblemA Century of Efforts in Mechanics, Materials Science and Physico-ChemistryProceedings of the 27th Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology.