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The Centre for Scientific Computing



I am currently in my first year of a combined Masters and PhD course in the Laboratory for Scientific Computing at The University of Cambridge. My previous studies were for an undergraduate Masters in Physics at The University of Warwick. Understanding materials is an important challenge to many aspects of industry and academia and often a picture of the properties of interest is necessary at many length and time scales. The phenomena seen and computational methods used in Physics and Chemistry that span atomistic and macroscopic length scales, for example are equally as diverse and bridging the gaps between these length and time scales is an interesting feat. My research specifically is to apply multi-scale descriptions of Carbon Nano Tube fibres to develop a rigorous and more insightful image of properties which are of both academic and industrial importance.

CDT student 2014-15
Mr Andrew  Fowler
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