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Dane Morgan obtained a PhD from U.C. Berkeley in 1998, was a postdoctoral researcher
at MIT until 2004, and is now an assistant professor at University of Wisconsin,
Madison. His work combines statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, and kinetic
theory with atomic scale calculations to understand and predict materials properties.
A major focus of Morgan`s work is energy applications, including fuel cells,
batteries, and nuclear materials, but he also works in the areas of high-pressure
and aqueous mineral geoscience, sacrificial anode corrosion, electron emitter
cathodes, and defect properties in semiconductors.
Morgan has published over 55 papers and given over 40 invited presentations
in the above areas. Morgan is co-founder and CEO of Computational Modeling Consultants,
a company that develops and applies computational modeling tools to solve materials
problems for industry.