Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics


The Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics Cluster utilizes theoretical and computational methods in dealing with different condensed matter systems  ranging from nanostructures, many-particle systems and bulk materials.



  • Dr. Marvin A. Albao (Coordinator)               
  • Dr. Ivy C. Colambo
  • Dr. Eduardo C. Cuansing
  • Mr. John Symon C. Dizon
  • Prof. Lou Serafin M. Lozada
  • Dr. Allan Abraham B. Padama
  • Mr. Marco Miguel P. Parel
  • Dr. Darwin B. Putungan


  1. J.R. Albia, M.A. Albao. (2017) Dynamic Scaling of Island Size distribution in submonolayer one-dimensional growth, Phys. Rev. E 95, 042802.
  2. E.C. Cuansing. (2017) Attenuation and amplification of the transient current in nanojunctions with time-varying gate potentials, International Journal of Modern Physics B 31, 1750105.
  3. A.A.B. Padama, A.P.S. Cristobal, J.D. Ocon, W.A. Diño, H. Kasai. (2017) Effects of Adsorbates (CO, COH, and HCO) on the Arrangement of Pd Atoms in PdCu(111), J. Phys. Chem. C 121, 17818–26.
  4. D.B. Putungan, S. Lin and J. Kuo. (2016) Metallic VS2 Monolayer Polytypes as Potential Sodium-Ion Battery Anode via ab Initio Random Structure Searching. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8 (29), 18754-18762.
  5. I. Razado-Colambo, J. Avila, J.-P. Nys, C. Chen, X. Wallart, M.C. Asensio and D. Vignaud. (2016) NanoARPES of twisted bilayer graphene on SiC: absence of velocity renormalization for small angles, Scientific Reports, DOI: 10.1038/srep27261.


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