Boris Kozinsky, Ph.D.
Boris Kozinsky is the Thomas D. Cabot Associate Professor of Computational Materials Science at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. He studied at MIT for his B.S. degrees in Physics, Mathematics, and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and received his PhD degree in Physics also from MIT. He then established and led the atomistic computational materials design team at Bosch Research. In 2018 he started working at Harvard, where his group develops and uses electronic structure, molecular dynamics and machine learning methods for understanding ionic, electronic and thermal transport, phase transformations and heterogeneous reactive phenomena in materials for energy storage and conversion.