Methods: Quantum many-body systems, statistical many-body systems, and disordered systems have in common the huge configuration space accessible only by Monte-Carlo. Developing efficient methods for these systems is of my primary methodological interest.
Applications: Structural and electronic properties of organic and inorganic semiconductors in various forms from crystals to nanostructures for optoelectronics, sensing, and energy conversion/storage: computer-aided design and first-principle modeling.
Research prior to 2011 is summarized in ResearchHighlights.pdf.
Other topics of interest and my area of expertise or inexpertise can be traced by the entries of my personal library.