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I am a Masters student in the Modelling and Computational Science program at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). I am working with Prof. I. Tamblyn, using computational materials science techniques to investigate lightweight metal matrix composites (MMCs).

Code I have written


My GitHub profile is located at https://github.com/millskyle. Here you will find repositories containing the various projects I have worked on or am currently working on.

Posters and presentations


  • K. Mills, M. Jakubinek & I. Tamblyn. "Designing Lightweight Aluminum Composites - A First Principles Density Functional Theory Approach". Conference of Metallurgists. 2015. Presentation.
  • K. Kastritis, K. Mills & I. Tamblyn. "Comparison of theoretical methods with boron nitride nanostructures". University of Ontario Institute of Technology Undergraduate Student Research Showcase (2015). Poster.
  • K. Mills, M.B. Jakubinek & I. Tamblyn. "Aluminum wetting of hexagonal boron nitride". National Research Council of Canada Security and Disruptive Technologies Tech Day. (2014). 1st place winning poster.
  • K. Mills. "Designing Lightweight Aluminum Composites". Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference. (2014). Competitive Talk.
  • K. Mills & I. Tamblyn. "Aluminum wetting of hexagonal boron nitride". University of Ontario Institute of Technology Undergraduate Student Research Showcase (2014). Poster.


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