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Terence Musho
Computational Materials Science Lab

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The Computational Material Science Laboratory at West Virginia University is focused on the development and application of first principle materials modelling approaches. These approaches are currently being used to investigate fundamental materials science phenomena with application to energy technologies. More details on these endeavors can be found on the Research page. 

Interesting in Joining?

We are always looking for graduate students to join that have a strong affinity and aptitude for computational research. If you are interested in joining the group, send a brief email with your CV discussing your interests and why you would be a good fit. Demonstration of previous research is encouraged. Please allow a couple of days to respond.