Irina Paci

Our research group develops and uses multi-scale theoretical and computational methods to understand fundamental aspects of the self-assembly of molecular materials and to investigate their properties. In particular, we are interested in understanding the impact of various components of the molecular environment, i.e., solvent, surface, cooperative effects, and dynamic effects such as diffusion, on the mechanism of surface assembly and on emerging patterns. In the area of materials properties, we are particularly interested in developing methods to explain dynamic behaviour, such as the response of materials to time-dependent electromagnetic fields.

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