Welcome to the Sholl Research Group

In Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech

We are a computational group made up of knowledgable engineers on the cutting edge of material design.

Dr. David Sholl with newly minted 2014 PhDs: Dr. Kelly Nicholson, Dr. Ambarish Kulkarni, Dr. Daniel Wei (left to right).

About the group

A snapshot


We use atomistic simulations, both ab initio and classical, to provide a glimpse into atomic level interactions that dictate macroscopic behavior. We are a group of many members from all parts of the world, but we like to think that we integrate rather well.

  • Mission - Engineering the next generation of materials
  • Research Areas - Adsorption, Kinetic Separations, Heterogenous Catalysis
  • Computational Methods - Molecular Dynamics (LAMMPS), Monte Carlo, Quantum Mechanic Packages (Gaussian, VASP)
  • Computer Skills - Python, C/C++, FORTRAN90, MATLAB, Bash, Linux systems, SQL Databases

The entire group in the atrium of the Ford building.


Meet our group members


What material will best fit your industrial application?


We study a wide range of materials, each specifically suited for certain industrial applications.
Come explore and decide which fits your needs.

Mountains



Zeolites

Boiling stones

Mountains



MOFs

Metal-Organic Frameworks

Mountains



Porous Cage Crystals

CC4α

Mountains



Metal Surfaces

Catalysis

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Our current Collaborators


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Let us start working on your next project today!