Windl Computational Theory Group
Nik was awarded a DOE Nuclear Energy University Program graduate fellowship!! Congratulations Nik!
Congratulations Rohan for winning best poster award at the IMR materials week!
Patrick's LAADF poster won an award for best poster in the physical science category at M&M!
Congratulations Nik for winning the Undergraduate Award in the 2011 DOE Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Competition for his groundbreaking work on the simulation of the properties of the high-temperature phase of metallic uranium fuel!
Rohan's poster at the MRS Spring Meeting got nominated!
Congratulations Nik for winning the Mars G. Fontana Award given to an "outstanding senior scholar conducting research in metallurgy"
Congratulations Logan for winning the Department Chair's award given to an "outstanding senior scholar in the Materials Science and Engineering program"
Logan is the 2nd place winner in the Engineering division at 2011 Denman!
Congratulations Logan for winning a prestigious DOE Office of Science Graduate Fellowship!"
Logan won best poster award in his division at the TMS 2011 annual meeting!
Congratulations Harish for winning best poster award in the Engineering category at the prestigious Hayes Graduate Forum! Awesome job guys!
Congratulations Rohan and Josh for winning best poster awards at the IMR Materials week!
Congratulations Rohan for passing candidacy exam!
Nik has been accepted for the second time as one of 9 MRSEC REU students for 2009-10. The competition this time was very serious, excellent job!
Congratulations Anupriya for passing candidacy exam!
Nik's Antolin poster on Modelling of extended defects in SrTiO3 was adjudged as the best poster amongst some very tough competition at today's MRSEC REU Poster competition.
Welcome to Professor Wolfgang Windl's Research Group!
Dr. Wolfgang Windl works primarily in the area of Nanoscale Computational Materials Science. His field of expertise is in the area of atomistic simulations, especially within density-functional theory. He's interested on nanostructured interfaces and molecule-surface interactions of semiconductor device systems Main research areas include:
Software developed by this group is available at Atomistic
Sub-Microscopic Precipitation of Dopants in Nanoscale Electronic Devices
Nanoscale Electronic Theory of Mechanical Behavior
Influence of Radiation Damage on Semiconductor Properties
Formation of Metallic Glasses
Dr. Wolfgang Windl
The Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering.
The Ohio State University
2041 College Rd.
Columbus, OH 43210-1178