Welcome to the Wilmer Lab! We explore the properties of hypothetical materials using computer simulations. There are openings for students and full-time software developers. Please contact Prof. Wilmer for details.
Wilmer Lab member, Brian Day, along with various other graduate students with the Graduate Student Organizing Committee (GSOC) are pleased to announce the be...
Is blockchain a new paradigm in safeguarding science, or does it just tie our hands?
Brian wins the 2020 Pittsburgh Quantum Institute (PQI) travel award for his poster presented during the 2020 poster competition.
Blign, a Blender plugin for aligning and distributing objects developed by Kutay and Jack of the WilmerLab, launches!
Kutay takes home one of two awards given to the top graduate students in the Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Department at this year’s holiday reception.
Kutay Sezginel (now Dr. Kutay Sezginel) becomes the third WilmerLab PhD alumnus after successfully defending his thesis.
Kutay leads a two-day best software practices workshop at the University of Pittsburgh, covering topics from Python code style to git basics
During the 2019 IBM BlueHack hackathon, a team of ChemE PhD students from the Wilmer Lab, Little Lab, and Li Lab beat out 19 other teams for a second place f...