Líney Árnadóttir’s research group primarily uses computational methods to study chemical processes on surfaces with applications in renewable energy and material degradation. Kinetic modeling and density functional theory are the main computational approaches used to gain atomistic insights into these processes. The group frequently collaborates with experimental groups and uses experimental surface science tools to complement their computational methods.
Ph.D. - Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, 2007
MS - Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, 2003
BS - Chemistry, University of Iceland, 2001