Claudio Cazorla is an ARC Future Fellow/Senior Lecturer in the School of Materials Science and Engineering. His research expertise is built on the application and development of quantum computational techniques for the prediction and understanding of physical and chemical phenomena occurring in crystals, liquids, and surfaces.
Particularly, his work is related to the fields of Materials Science and Computational Condensed Matter Physics. There are several open Ph.D. positions in the area of Materials Modelling in Claudio Cazorla's research group: interested students please send a (i) detailed CV, (ii) copy of transcripts, (iii) motivation letter, and (iv) at least one reference letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on this exciting research opportunity, visit: http://claudiocazorla.com/