The theoretical-computational activity in Lecce is focused on four different reseach lines:
1) development of density-functional theory, 2) application of DFT methods to model nanosystems, 3...
The theoretical and modelling teams of the CNR-IMM aim at creating a common framework of complimentary analytical and numerical skills for the study of physical phenomena related to materials, processes and devices. To this scope, a broad set of modelling expertise and numerical tools (some of them developed in house) are available and applied to timely issues in condensed matter physics, materials science, quantum technologies and related interdisciplinary topics.
The current interests include:
- Enabling methodologies for quantum technologies.
- Computational studies of future device architectures for classical and quantum computation.
- Ab initio investigation of innovative materials, nanostructures and nanosystems.
- Ab initio studies applied to advanced experimental techniques.
- Stochastic thermodynamics and kinetic phenomena.
- Multi-scale simulation of devices and processes.
- Computational electrodynamics and electromagnetism.
- Compact-model development.
Coordinator: Fabio Della Sala
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