Faculty Profiles

Stefano Curtarolo
Professor in the Department of Chemistry
Office: 
301 Hudson Hall, Box 90300, Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 
(919) 660-5506

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2003

M.S., Pennsylvania State University 1999

M.S., University of Padua (Italy) 1995

Morgan, D, Ceder, G, and Curtarolo, S. "Computational crystal structure prediction with high-through-put Ab initio and data mining methods." JOM 56.11 (2004): 70-. (Academic Article)

Curtarolo, S, Morgan, D, Persson, K, Rodgers, J, and Ceder, G. "Predicting crystal structures with data mining of quantum calculations." Physical Review Letters 91.13 (September 24, 2003): 135503-null. Full Text

Curtarolo, S, Morgan, D, Persson, K, Rodgers, J, and Ceder, G. "Predicting crystal structures with data mining of quantum calculations." Physical Review Letters 91.13 (January 1, 2003). Full Text

Morgan, D, Ceder, G, and Curtarolo, S. "Data mining approach to ab-initio prediction of crystal structure." Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings 804 (2003): 343-348.

Curtarolo, S, and Ceder, G. "Dynamics of an inhomogeneously coarse grained multiscale system." Physical Review Letters 88.25 I (June 24, 2002): 2555041-2555044.

Curtarolo, S, and Ceder, G. "Dynamics of an inhomogeneously coarse grained multiscale system." Phys Rev Lett 88.25 Pt 1 (June 24, 2002): 255504-. Full Text

Curtarolo, S, and Ceder, G. "Dynamics of an inhomogeneously coarse grained multiscale system." Physical Review Letters 88.25 I (2002): 2555041-2555044.

Curtarolo, S, and Ceder, G. "Dynamics and thermodynamics of a system with multiple length scales." Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings 731 (2002): 9-14.

Ancilotto, F, Curtarolo, S, Toigo, F, and Cole, MW. "Evidence concerning drying behavior of Ne near a Cs surface." Phys Rev Lett 87.20 (November 12, 2001): 206103-. Full Text

Capobianco, AD, Midrio, M, Someda, CG, and Curtarolo, S. "Lossless tapers, Gaussian beams, free-space modes: Standing waves versus through-flowing waves." OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS 32.10 (October 2000): 1161-1173. Full Text

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