Research Areas

Nanoscale Transport Phenomena

Atomistic simulation techniques and hierarchical modelling methodologies for thermal engineering of nanostructured materials, with applications in metal-ion batteries

Electric Vehicle Batteries and Chargers

Multiscale hierarchical modelling, design, optimization and prototyping of thermal management systems of batteries, chargers and electric vehicles

Bioengineering and Biomedical Devices

Engineering technologies and modelling methodologies to advancing the fields of tissue engineering, biomedical devices, and cardiovascular biomechanics

Energy
Systems

Modelling, simulation and optimization methods to maximize efficiency and minimize the cost and environmental impact of complex energy systems

Recent News

Professor Cristina Amon appointed to the Order of Canada

Professor Cristina Amon (MIE), ATOMS Lab director, Alumni Distinguished Professor in Bioengineering and Dean Emerita of U of T Engineering, has been named a Member of the Order of Canada, one of the country’s highest civilian honours. Learn More

PhD Candidate Daniela Galatro has joined U of T’s Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry as an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream

Professor Daniela Galatro, MIE PhD candidate and ATOMS Lab researcher, has joined U of T’s Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry as an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream. Beginning in 2021, Professor Galatro will be teaching courses on heat and mass transfer and data-based modelling for prediction and control. Learn More

ATOMS Lab launched a collaboration with the Laboratory for Strategic Materials on next-generation aluminum batteries

This multidisciplinary collaboration with Professor Gisele Azimi’s Laboratory for Strategic Materials is developing an innovative modelling-experimental framework for material discovery combining thermo-electrochemical hierarchical modelling of batteries with state-of-the-art material synthesis processes and characterization techniques. Learn More