Program 2020

Peter Schwerdtfeger, Massey University Auckland, New Zeeland: From the Schrödinger Equation to the Dirac Equation and Beyond: Are Relativistic Effects Important for Chemistry?

Trygve Helgaker, University of Oslo, Norway: Chemistry in a strong magnetic field (log in for details)

Gemma C. Solomon, University of Copenhagen, Denmark: Quantum interference in molecular electron transport(log in for details)

Das Pemmaraju, SLAC, Stanford University, UK: Simulating laser-driven valence and core electron dynamics in solids with real-time TDDFT. (log in for details)

Neepa Maitra, Rutgers University, Newark, USA: Charge-Transfer in Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory.

Lars Goerigk, University of Melbourne, Australia: A trip to the Density Functional Theory Zoo. (log in for details)

Anatole von Lilienfeld, Universität Basel, Switzerland: Quantum Machine Learning. (log in for details)

Diego Andrada, Saarland University, Germany: Pursuing Novel Bonding Motifs in Main Group Compounds. (log in for details)

Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, Yale University, USA: Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer: Theoretical Perspectives and Applications.

Areski Nait Abdallah, The University of Western Ontario, Canada: Logical aspects of quantum mechanics experiments. (log in for details)

Evert Jan Baerends, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands: The physical meaning of orbitals and orbital energies in DFT and TDDFT. (log in for details)

Michael Römelt, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany: Modern Multireference Methods in Computational Chemistry. (log in for details)

H. Bernhard Schlegel, Wayne State University, USA: Geometry Optimization and Reaction path Following.

Fedor Goumans, SCM, The Netherlands: AMS hands-on 1: molecules

Thomas Soini & Ole Carstensen, SCM, The Netherlands: AMS hands-on 2: periodic systems