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Research team

I'm always happy to explore potential collaborations and may have funding for visitors. A recent focus is physics inspired machine learning. Please contact me if interested.

Senior collaborators

Sergei Tretiak, Scientist at LANL and faculty at Skoltech.
Paul Johnson, Lab Fellow at LANL.
Cristian Batista, Lincoln Chair Professor at U. Tennessee, and scientist at ORNL.
Gia-Wei Chern, Faculty at U. Virginia, and affiliate with BNL.

Current postdocs and students

Dr. Nicholas Lubbers, CNLS funded Postdoc.,
Topics: Statistical physics and machine learning.

Dr. Bertrand Rouet-Leduc, Directors funded Postdoc.,
Topics: Geophysics, materials science, machine learning.

Dr. Daniel Trugman, Feynman Postdoctoral Fellow,
Topics: Seismology and machine learning.

Justin S. Smith, Ph.D. student at LANL and U. Florida,
Advisor: Adrian Roitberg,
Topics: Quantum chemistry and machine learning.

Claudia Hulbert, Ph.D. student at LANL and École Polytechnique,
Topics: Geophysics, machine learning.

Previous visitors

2017

Rashi Verma, Ph.D. student at Boston University,
Advisor: Prof. William Klein,
Topics: Nucleation phenomena, machine learning.

2016

Dr. Zhentao Wang,
Topics: Frustrated magnets, numerical methods, condensed matter physics,
Former Ph.D. student with Prof. Andriy Nevidomskyy at Rice University,
Became postdoc with Prof. Cristian Batista at U. Tennessee.

Grégoire Ferré,
Topics: Machine learning, applied mathematics,
Former Master's student at Université Paris VI,
Became Ph.D. student with Prof. Gabriel Stoltz at CERMICS (ENPC).

Julien Roy,
Topics: Computer vision, texture completion,
Former Bachelor's student at Polytechnique Montréal,
Became Master's student with Prof. Christopher Pal at Université de Montréal.

2015

Ryo Ozawa, Ph.D. student at University of Tokyo (graduated),
Topics: Frustrated magnets, numerical methods, condensed matter physics,
Former Ph.D. student with Prof. Yuki Motome at University of Tokyo,
Became employed at Hitachi, Japan.

Julien Roussel,
Topics: Numerical methods for linear scaling quantum MD,
Former intern with Jean-Bernard Maillet at CEA,
Became Ph.D. student with Prof. Gabriel Stoltz at CERMICS (ENPC).