Virtual Winter School on Computational Chemistry

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Winterschool 2022 - Program

21-25 February 2022

Speaker Session Abstract Time
Professor Jeremy Harvey
KU Leuven
Belgium
“All Models are Wrong”: What Does it Mean to “Agree with Experiment” in Computational Chemistry? Abstract 09:00 CET 21-Feb-22
Professor Takeshi Yanai
Nagoya University
Japan
Basic Things of Multiconfigurational Wavefunction Methods Abstract 11:00 CET 21-Feb-22
Dr Stephan Irle
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
USA
Quantum Chemical Simulations of Carbon Nanostructure Self-Assembly in Nonequilibrium Abstract 17:00 CET 21-Feb-22
Assistant Professor Samer Gozem
Georgia State University
USA
Spectroscopy in the Gas and Condensed Phase: Bridging Theory and Experiments Abstract 19:00 CET 21-Feb-22
Dr Karmen Čondić-Jurkić
Open Molecular Software Foundation
New Zealand
Practicalities of doing (open) science Abstract 21:00 CET 21-Feb-22
Professor György M Keserű
Research Center for Natural Sciences
Hungary
Computational Tools for Covalent Drug Design Abstract 11:00 CET 22-Feb-22
Dr Nicole Holzmann
Riverlane
UK
Quantum Chemistry on Quantum Computers Abstract 14:00 CET 22-Feb-22
Professor Daniel Crawford
Virginia Tech
USA
The Mysteries of Chirality, Solvation, and Optical Activity Abstract 21:00 CET 22-Feb-22
Professor Tiffany Walsh
Deakin University
Australia
Guiding Peptide-driven Exfoliation and Organization of 2D Nanomaterials Abstract 09:00 CET 23-Feb-22
Associate Professor Anastasia V. Bochenkova
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russia
Modelling Photoabsorption and Photoelectron Vibronic Band Shapes Abstract 11:00 CET 23-Feb-22
Professor Carla Figueira de Morisson Faria
University College London
UK
Coulomb-distorted orbit-based methods for matter in intense laser fields and attosecond imaging applications Abstract 14:00 CET 23-Feb-22
Dr Joaquín Barroso-Flores
National Autonomous University of Mexico
Mexico
Modeling Exciton Energy Transfer Processes Abstract 18:00 CET 23-Feb-22
Professor Roald Hoffmann
Cornell University
USA
Theorists Intent on Stabilizing Molecules, Molecules Doing What They Want to Abstract 21:00 CET 23-Feb-22
Professor Satoshi Maeda
Hokkaido University
Japan
Development of Automatic Reaction Path Search Methods Toward Systematic Chemical Reaction Design and Discovery Abstract 09:00 CET 24-Feb-22
ADF

ADF Workshop Abstract 14:00 CET 24-Feb-22
Gaussian

Gaussian Workshop Abstract 14:00 CET 25-Feb-22