Dr. Bin Ouyang

Greetings! Welcome to the website of cOmpUtational chemistrY and datA driveN desiGn group (OUYANG group). I am a theoretical researcher working in the field of computational materials chemistry. I have a bachelor in Materials Physics, and Master/PhD degree in Materials Science.

I am an assistant professor at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry of Florida State University. My current research is focusing on developing high throughput computation, data mining and machine learning tools to understand structural-property relationship and predictive synthesis of disordered energy materials.

Detailed information about my current research interests are presented in this site. My faculty profile at FSU can also be found in this link. If you have any questions or inquiries, please feel free to send an email to me.

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PhD, 2014-2017, McGill University

Postdoc, 2017-2017, UIUC

Postdoc, 2018-2022, UC Berkeley

Assistant Professor, 2022-, Florida State University


Sep 23, 2022 Dr. Bin Ouyang is interviewed by Sophia Chen from MRS Bulletin podcast for his work on zero strain cathode with Dr. Gerbrand Ceder at UC Berkeley.
May 1, 2022 Dr. Bin Ouyang is appointed as Associate Editor at Materials Today Energy
Mar 5, 2022 Our team have openings for postdoc and graduate students! Check job description for details.
Feb 8, 2021 Please check our new blog about machine learnt physical model for predicting the synthetic accesibility of complex oxides (Published in Nature Communications).