computational materials physics

Welcome to Natalio Mingo's research group at CEA-Grenoble, France. We are part of the Laboratory for New Energy Technologies of the French Atomic Energy Comission. Please visit our research and publications web pages for more information about the group's scientific activities.


April 28th, 2018: Phonon transport unveils the prevalent point defects in GaN, just accepted in Phys. Rev. Materials.

February 7th, 2018: paper Predictive Design and Experimental Realization of InAs/GaAs Superlattices with Tailored Thermal Conductivity is just accepted.

October 17, 2017: opening for a PhD student position. This position is now closed.

September 10, 2017: we are organizing the "Theoretical searches for innovative materials for energy harvesting and storage" symposium (Strasbourg 2018).

July 15, 2017: The surprisingly strong effect of boron on silicon carbide's thermal conductivity. Read about it in Phys. Rev. Lett.

June 22, 2017: Vibrational entropies predicted by machine learning. Check it out on Chem. Mat.

May 22, 2017: On statistical physics, carbon nanotubes, and human immunity. Check out our just accepted article in Nano Letters.