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Prof David Quigley

Professor Quigley is based in the Department of Physics. His research is in the area of computational condensed matter physics, particularly with regard to structure, stability and growth mechanisms of organic solids, biomaterials and low dimensional crystals. See the Molecular Simulation group pages for further information.

A full publication list and links to full text articles (where available) can be found on the Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) or Google Scholar.

Teaching (2023/24)

Scientific Computing

Director of the Scientific Computing Research Technology Platform (SCRTP).

Funded research projects

2021-2022 : Principle investigator, Expanding, supporting, and training the Sulis user community
2020-2025 : Principle investigator, Sulis : An EPSRC Platform for Ensemble Computing
2018-2024 : Co-investigator, EPSRC programme grant on Crystallisation in the Real World
2016-2021 : Co-investigator, HPC Midlands+ Tier 2 HPC centre
2015-2018 : Principle investigator, EPSRC project on modelling Nano-confined phase change materials
2009-2014 : EPRSC Career Acceleration Fellowship
2008 : Researcher Co-Investigator, HECToR Capability Challenge

Currently active PhD projects

Future PhD projects will be advertised via the Theory Group web pages.


Write To:

Department of Physics, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

Contact Details:

Office: PS132
44 (0) 2476 574580
44 (0)2476 523672

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Scientific Computing RTP

Theoretical and Computational Physics Group

Crystallisation in the Real World