- crystal structure prediction
- materials discovery
- computational chemistry
- NMR crystallography
- energy landscapes
Accepting applications from PhD students.
Professor Graeme Day joined the University of Southampton in 2012. As a member of the Computational Systems Chemistry research group, his research develops computational methods for materials discovery and prediction of the crystal structures.
Graeme Day received his BSc in Chemistry, Mathematics and Computing Science from Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Canada, after which he studied for an MSc in Theoretical Chemistry from the University of Oxford and obtained his PhD in 2003 from University College London. He then moved to the University of Cambridge for postdoctoral work and was awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship in 2005, which he held in Cambridge until 2012. In 2012 he moved to the University of Southampton as a Reader and was promoted to Professor of Chemical Modelling in 2014.
BSc, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computing Science, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Canada, 1996
MSc, Theoretical Chemistry, University of Oxford, 1997
PhD, University College London, 2003