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Dr Jacek Dziedzic PhD

Senior Research Associate

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Dr Jacek Dziedzic is a Senior Research Associate in Chemistry at the University of Southampton,

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Education:

• Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics.

Field of study: computational physics. Degree: M. Sc. (highest honours).

Date obtained: 2002.10.

• Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics,

Department of Solid State Physics.

Field of study: solid state physics. Degree: Ph. D. Date obtained: 2009.09.

"Quantum-Classical Calculations of the Nanomechanical Properties of Metals".

 

Employment:

• Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics,

Department of Solid State Physics. Research associate. 2004-2009.

Research lines:

o Development of hybrid (quantum-classical) methods for molecular dynamics.

o MD and QM/MM studies of nanoindentation and ultra-precision machining.

• University of Southampton, School of Chemistry,

Postdoctoral research associate. 2009-now.

Research lines:

o Development of theory and implementation of linear-scaling density functional algorithms:

 minimal-parameter implicit solvation,

 open boundary conditions approaches,

 O(N)-scaling Hartree-Fock exchange,

 QM with polarisable embedding (QM/MMpol),

 distributed multipole analysis (DMA).

• Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics,

Department of Solid State Physics. Assistant professor. 2012-now.

Research lines:

o Development of hybrid (quantum-classical) methods for molecular dynamics.

o MD and BOMD studies of alloys and metallic nanoclusters.

o Force field parameterisation, EAM potentials, central-force decompositions.

 

Research interests

Development of theory and implementation of linear-scaling density functional algorithms:

• minimal-parameter implicit solvation,

• open boundary conditions approaches,

• O(N)-scaling Hartree-Fock exchange,

• QM with polarisable embedding (QM/MMpol),

• distributed multipole analysis (DMA).

Research group

Computational Systems Chemistry

Affiliate research group

Computational Modelling Group

Research project(s)

Skylaris: Theory and method development for first principles quantum mechanical calculations

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ONETEP Masterclass (Summer School). Lecturer, co-organiser.

Dr Jacek Dziedzic
Chemistry, University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 27/2013

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