Complex fluids flow and transport governs the production of European and global industries, along with natural hazards.
The history of the cosmos is encrypted in stars. To decipher the evolution of stars, galaxies and the cosmos, we require a deeper understanding of how exactly stars produce the emitted radiation.
Ab-initio Modelling of Metal Oxide Nanomaterials in Aqueous Environment: Impact of surface curvature and defects and surface defects
Investigation of processes at nanosurfaces is highly challenging since atoms in the bulk typically dominate the signal measured in experiments, and here molecular ab-initio level simulations can produce valuable information.
In the context of aeronautics and air transport, the industry has to face new challenges regarding performance and sustainability.
Radiotherapy (RT) is one of the most frequently used methods for cancer treatment (above 50% of patients will receive RT).
Contact line phenomena entail multi-physics processes that operate at disparate scales, often posing formidable large-scale computing challenges.
Protein flexibility, motion and conformational transitions form the bedrock of biological processes.
Emulsions, i.e. matching densities immiscible fluids, are extremely common in industrial and environmental applications. The interface separating the two phases modifies significantly the carrier phase, severely affecting the flow motion.
Knowledge of transformation mechanisms and related free-energy barriers in pressure-induced solid-solid first-order phase transitions is of fundamental interest but also of major importance for technological applications.
Aviation plays a crucial role in connecting people and goods but it is also an important contributor to negative effects such as the global CO2 release as well as air pollution.