Associate Professor in Physical Modeling - Application Expert in Big Data Analytics, Linköping University, Sweden.
Researcher in Computational physics and materials science, solid state physics, density functional theory, development of exchange-correlation functionals, computational code development, high-throughput computational methods. Applications relating to piezoelectric perovskite materials, photovoltaic solar energy materials, charge transfer in extended molecular systems, semiconductor defects and 2D materials (graphene and others).
Contact Information for Rickard Armiento
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Email: rickard.armiento [at] liu.se
Rickard Armiento, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM), Linköping University, SE-58183 Linköping, Sweden
Websites and Software
The open materials database is meant as a research database/toolset to aid in materials design. It is currently under construction at this address:
The Open Materials Database is built using a the High-Throughput Toolkit (httk). It is a freely available open source framework for preparing and running calculations, analyzing the results and store them in a global and/or in a personalized database. Httk documentation and downloads are available here: