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Multiscale Modeling of Materials and Machine Learning Laboratory

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Welcome to the Multiscale Modeling of Materials and Machine Learning Laboratory (M4L Lab), Dr. David Cereceda's research group at Villanova University. Our research focuses on creating and validating computational models to predict materials behavior across multiple spatial and temporal scales, with a special interest in studying material behavior under extreme environments and bio-inspired materials.

News

August 2021

Daniella Tagliaferri and Jessica Hoover join the M4L Lab. Welcome, Jessica  and Daniella!

July 2021

New paper out in the Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. This work shows how ab initio materials modeling can predict the mechanical properties of transmuting W under fusion power-plant conditions.

March 2021

Yichen is selected to participate in the prestigious 2021 CCMS Summer Program at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Congrats,Yichen!

Joseph Krueger is part of Villanova’s RASC-AL team named a national finalist in NASA’s deep-space mission design competition. Congrats, Joseph!

February 2021

Luigi is the winner for Technical Excellence in the 4th Annual Graduate Student Poster Competition at the CoE-Villanova. Congrats, Luigi!

December 2020

David is awarded an XSEDE Research Grant that will give the group access to Expanse, the newest NSF-funded supercomputer.