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Academic Reports

  • New world records for large-scale molecular simulations on classical and quantum computers
  • Dr. Nike Dattani

    Center for Astrophysics, Harvard University, USA.

    Time: January 16, 2018 15:00

    Place: Inorganic-Supramolecular Building, round lecture hall, ground floor.

Academic Reports

  • Quantum Aspects of H+ Motion: From Quantum Confinement to Fermi Resonance and Beyond
  • Dr. Jer-Lai Kuo

    Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica

    Time: April 15, 2016 9:00-10:00

    Place: Sci. and Tech. Building 314

  • Efficient Numerical Methods for the Time-Dependent Schrödinger Equation
  • Dr. Zhigang Sun

    Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS

    Time: April 15, 2016 10:00-11:00

    Place: Sci. and Tech. Building 314

Academic Lectures

  • Computational Molecular Spectroscopy: A Developing New Field
  • Prof. Tsuneo Hirano

    Ochanomizu University, Japan

    Time: 9:30~10:15, August 10

    Address: Inorganic-Supramolecular Building A501

  • Predicting the Solvation Free energy of Simple Ions with Only Electronic Structure Information as References
  • Prof. Feng Wang

    University of Arkansas, USA

    Time: 10:30~11:15, August 10

    Address: Inorganic-Supramolecule Building A501

Prof. Marcel Nooijen visiting us!

Prof. Marcel Nooijen from University of Waterloo will visit us and address lectures:

  • June 15, 2015 (Mon), 09:00, Lecture Room on the 3rd floor in the SciTech Building, Jilin University North Campus:
    Multireference equation of motion coupled cluster theory: A transform and diagonalize approach to electronic structure.
  • June 17, 2015 (Wedn), 09:00, Lecture Room on the 3rd floor in the SciTech Building, Jilin University North Campus:
    a) Single reference coupled cluster approaches for excited states: (Similarity Transformed) Equation of Motion Coupled Cluster Theory;
    b) Bond breaking using modifications of CCSD.
  • June 19, 2015 (Fri), 09:00, Lecture Room on the 3rd floor in the SciTech Building, Jilin University North Campus:
    First principles simulations of electronic spectroscopy: vibronic models and non-adiabatic dynamics.

Prof. Nooijen focuses on developing accurate wave function based electronic structure methods that are applicable to general open-shell systems, in particular transition metal compounds. The electronic structure technique should be coupled to an efficient scheme to describe non-adiabatic nuclear dynamics such that one can make direct comparisons with experimental results.

Welcome to join us!


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