Teaching

Senior Design Project

If you're interested in carrying out a senior design project in the realm of Computational Materials Science, please feel free to contact me!
Below you can find information on past projects.

Spring 2014:


"Electronic Properties of Materials" (MSE304)

Spring 2017:

  • Location: 112 Transportation
  • Date and Time: M/W/F 9:00 - 9:50 am (First day of class: Wed., January 18th)

All the information on this class, links, etc. is available on the Course Web Site (click here).

Spring 2016:

  • Location: 213 Gregory Hall
  • Date and Time: M/W/F 9:00 - 9:50 am (First day of class: Wed., January 20th)

All the information on this class, links, etc. is still available on the Course Web Site (click here).

Spring 2015:

  • Location: 213 Gregory Hall
  • Date and Time: M/W/F 9:00 - 9:50 am (First day of class: Wed., January 21st)

All the information on this class, links, etc. is still available on the Course Web Site (click here).


2017 Atomic-Scale-Simulations 2-week class in Brazil

Find all the information here!


2014 Computational Chemistry and Materials Science Summer Institute

The slides for my two lectures during this summer school can be found here:


"Atomic Scale Simulations" (MSE485/PHYS466/CSE485)

Fall 2015:

  • Location: 305 Materials Science Bldg.
  • Date and Time: M/W/F 3:00 - 3:50 pm (First day of class: Mon., August 24th)

All the information on this class, links, etc. is still available on the Course Web Site (click here).

Spring 2014:

  • Location: 218 Mechanical Engineering Bldg.
  • Date and Time: M/W/F 3:00 - 3:50 pm (First day of class: Wed., January 22nd)
  • Syllabus: Click here
  • Homework: Click here (Please use yellow homework drop off box between Loomis and MRL, labelled PHYS466!)
  • Teaching Assistant: Xianhao Xin (office: ESB 4111), office hours: Monday/Wednesday 5:00-6:00 pm
  • Online discussion forum: Click here

A more detailed schedule, previous and current slides, information on the homework and on the mandatory course project can be found in the Course Wiki (click here). Updates will be posted here, in the Wiki, as well as on Twitter (click here) (#mse485, #phys466, #cse485).