Dr Gruning's main research interests are in the development and application of first-principles approaches to the electronic and optical properties of materials.
She is one of the core developers of the Yambo and is collaborating in the development of Questaal, which both are codes for many-body calculations in solid state.
Regarding the applications of the theory and codes, she is currently working on the nonlinear optical properties of nanostructures and on the engineering of the band offset in heterojunctions.
Open to PhD applications in the field of
The development and applications of first-principles approaches to electronic and optical properties of materials
PUBLIC OUTREACH AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
Name: João Abreu
Years of Study: 2016-2019
PhD title: Ab-initio modelling of photoinduced electron dynamicsin nanostructures
Years of Study: 2013 - 2017
Country: Northern Ireland
Current position: Data Scientist at Philips/PathXL (Developing convolutional neural network algorithms for cancer detection in digital tissue sides)
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