His research interests lie in the use of computer simulations at the atomistic scale to describe the physicochemical properties of nanomaterials for energy-related applications. His studies focus on applying classical, quantum, and semiempirical techniques to materials modeling for describing, understanding, and predicting their behavior from a microscopic level.
José Manuel Vicent Luna obtained his degree in physics at the University of Córdoba (Spain) and his master degree in Science and Technology of Colloids and Interphases in the University Pablo de Olavide, Seville (Spain). In 2018, he obtained his Ph.D. degree in molecular simulation of ionic liquids and porous materials for energy-related applications in the same institution. After a Post-doc in his former group, he obtained a fellowship to carry out a short post-doctoral research stay in the Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, (Portugal). Since September 2019, he is a Post-doc researcher in the Computational Materials Physics Group within the Applied Physics department.
An Efficient Strategy for Electroreduction Reactor Outlet Fractioning into Valuable ProductsIndustrial and Engineering Chemistry Research (2023)
On the Use of Water and Methanol with Zeolites for Heat TransferACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering (2023)
Compound Defects in Halide PerovskitesJournal of Physical Chemistry C (2023)
Transferable Classical Force Field for Pure and Mixed Metal Halide Perovskites Parameterized from First-PrinciplesJournal of Chemical Information and Modeling (2022)
Phase transformation barrier modulation of CsPbI3 films via PbI3− complex for efficient all-inorganic perovskite photovoltaicsNano Energy (2022)
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