Dane Morgan

Associate Professor

Materials Science & Engineering

College of Engineering

​Dane Morgan's research combines thermodynamic and kinetic theory and computational modeling of atomic scale processes to understand and design materials. Application areas include nuclear materials (fuels and cladding), battery and fuel cell electrodes, earth mantle materials, sorption at water mineral interfaces, and electronic materials.

  • Computational materials science for materials design
  • Ab initio electronic structure methods and multiscale techniques for large time / length scales and thermokinetics
  • Ab initio based modeling of electrochemical systems and processes
  • Application areas: Nuclear materials, Battery and fuel cell electrodes, Earth mantle materials, electronic materials