Tag: water

Graphene: Is it hydrophobic or hydrophilic?

Our joint London-Vienna collaboration employs some of the world’s largest supercomputer to nail down the water-graphene interaction indicating a mild hydrophilicity. Our results have significant impact for the physical understanding, as they indicate that the interaction is weaker than predicted

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INCITE Grant Awarded

Computer simulations are at the core of our research.  Thus, we are excited to receive an Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) award 2019. This gives us access to some of the most powerful U.S. supercomputers

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water at molecular scale

A great meeting just takes place at the National Graphene Institute in Manchester. We discuss the interaction of water in various phases, interfaces, and nano-confinement. Aside from impressive experimental analysis, Andrea Zen and I contributed to the theoretical understanding of

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