Academic Year 2018-2019

  • [Chemistry, year II] Statistical Mechanics  (CH273) || Core module, ~ 150 students
  • [Chemistry, year IV] Advanced Computational Physical Chemistry (CH413) || Optional module, ~ 30 students
  • [MAS CDT] Quantum Chemistry (CH932) || Core module, ~ 20 PG students
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Past Teaching Activity

Python (and more!) for Teaching

In 2018, I have introduced (thanks to the hard work of Dr. J Kermode and Dr R. Maurer, amongst others) Jupyter Notebooks (a friendly interface to, in this case, the Python programming language) as a tool to both deliver and assess a fraction of my teaching materials. This is the very beginning of a large-scale effort to bring scientific computing into the chemistry, physics and enguneering curricula – as a start.

You can get a sense of what we are trying to achieve by having a look at our Notebooks, freely available on GitHub:

2015-2017. Electronic Structure Methods for Material Modelling (Lecture Series, Postgraduates students, PHASG473, UCL)

Reminder of Statistical Mechanics: Lectures notes

Ab initio Molecular Dynamics: Lecture notes

Beyond NVE: Ensembles Medley. Lecture notes

Enhanced Sampling Methods (Vol. 1): Lecture notes

Enhanced Sampling Methods (Vol. 2): Lecture notes

Surfaces and Interfaces: Lecture notes

Disordered Systems: Lecture notes

DImEnsION @ Warwick focuses onMolecular Simulations of Disordered Systems and Phase Transitions.