[Shinji Kohara] Atomic and electronic structures of functional disordered materials revealed by comprehensive integration of theoretical, experimental, computational and data-centric sciences

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Shinji Kohara

Shinji Kohara

Synchrotron X-ray Group, Quantum Beam Unit, National Institute for Materials Science
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The structure of glassy, liquid, and amorphous materials is still not well understood, due to the lack of experimental information which, in turn, is the result of “disorder”. In this research, comprehensive integration of theoretical, experimental, computational and data-centric sciences is realized, in order to uncover the structure of functional disordered materials at both atomistic and electronic levels, under ambient to extreme conditions, e.g., high temperature and high pressure. Moreover, attempts will be made to reveal the relationship between structure and function, which connection can provide crucial information for designing novel materials.

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