Dr Nourdine Zibouche

Lecturer in Chemistry

Research Overview

My research interests center around understanding of the fundamental physical and chemical processes of a wide range of materials. My primary focus is on metal halide perovskites and related compounds, porous materials, and low-dimensional systems, including graphene, transition-metal dichalcogenides, and nanotubes. By employing first-principles simulation techniques, such as density functional theory (DFT), GW method, and AIMD, I investigate the behavior of these functional materials at the atomic and electronic level to optimize their performance and facilitate their integration with tailored characteristics in diverse fields, such as photovoltaics and solar cells, energy storage, optoelectronics, and photocatalysis.

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  • Chemical Theory and Computation
  • Chemical Theory and Computation Research Group
  • Theoretical and Computational Chemistry