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Curriculum Vitae

James Kermode

Current position: Assistant Professor, University of Warwick
Address: School of Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Email: J DOT R DOT Kermode AT warwick DOT ac DOT uk
Nationality: British
Date of Birth: 19 February 1982

Research

  • Dec 2014 - present. Assistant Professor, University of Warwick Associated with the Warwick Centre for Predictice Modelling and the School of Engineering.
  • Jan 2009 - Nov 2014. Research Associate, King’s College London Working with Prof. Alessandro De Vita on modelling the fracture of oxide materials.
  • Dec 2007 - Dec 2008. Research Associate, University of Cambridge Collaborating with Prof. M.C. Payne at the Cavendish Laboratory and Dr Gábor Csányi at the Engineering Labroratory on the application of multiscale quantum mechanical/classical simulation techniques to the brittle fracture of ceramic materials.

Education

  • 2004-2007 Ph.D. in Physics (Computational Condensed Matter) Pembroke College, University of Cambridge Supervised by Prof. M.C. Payne and Dr Gábor Csányi. Thesis title Hybrid Simulation of Brittle Fracture. Ph.D. degree conferred March 2008. Nahum Scholarship in Physics from Pembroke College.

  • 2000-2004 M.A., M. Sci. (Hons.) Natural Sciences Pembroke College, University of Cambridge

    • Part IA: Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics (1st)
    • Part IB: Advanced Physics and Mathematics (1st)
    • Part II: Experimental and Theoretical Physics (1st)
    • Part III: Experimental and Theoretical Physics (1st)

    College Prizes and Scholarships, Pembroke College, 2001-2004 Foundation Scholarship, Pembroke College, 2002 2004.

  • 1998-2000 Brockenhurst College, Brockenhurst A Levels in Mathematics (A), Further Mathematics (A), Physics (A), Chemistry (A) and General Studies (A); S Level in Physics (distinction).

Publications and Talks

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