Events 2016

Seminars 2016


Date/Time


Room


Guest

 


Institute

 


Title

10.02.2016
13: 00 h

5D2

Edgar Solomonik

 

Department of Computer Science, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 

A massively-parallel tensor framework

11.02.2016
14:00 h

4D2

Negar Ashari Astani

 

Laboratory of Computational Biochemistry and Chemistry (LCBC), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland

 

Computational Studies fort he Characterization and Design of Dye-Sensitized and Perovskite-based Solar Cells with Improved Efficiencies

14.04.2016
16:00 h

7D2

Sandra Luber

 

University of Zurich, Switzerland

 

Computational Investigation and Design of Co(II)-based Water Oxidation catalysts

28.04.2016
11:00 h

4D2

Kizashi Yamaguchi

 

Institute for Nano Science Design, Osaka University, Japan

 

Geometric, Electronic and Spin Structures oft he CaMn4O5 clusterin the oxygen Evolving Complex of Photosystem II

03.05.2016
11:00 h

4D2

Adam Holmes

 

Theoretical Physics, Cornell University, New York, U.S.A.

 

Efficient Heat-bath Sampling in Fock Space

04.05.2016
16:00 h

7D2

Peter Schwerdtfeger

 

Centre for Theoretical Chemistry and Physics (CTCP), The New Zealand Institute for Advanced Study (NZIAS), Massey University Auckland, New Zealand

 

From Graphene to Graphyne, Fullerenes, Fulleroids, Gaudienes and their Golden Duals

12.05.2016
11:00 h

4D2

Andrew Peterson

 

Brown University, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

 

Atomistic methods in electrocatalysis development

14.06.2016
13:00 h

7D2

Emmanuel Giner

 

Universita di Ferrara, Italy

 

Overview of some specific features regarding the electronic correlation problem in open shell systems

17.06.2016
11:00 h

4D2

Ji Chen

 

University College London, United Kingdom

 

Interfacial and confined water: structure, phase transitions and dynamics

28.06.2016
13:00 h

7D2

Audrius Alkauskas

 

Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Vilniius, Lithuania

 

First principles theory of radiative anf non-radiatice carrier capture processes at point defects

07.07.2016
11:00 h

4D2

David Tew

 

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

 

Accurate wavefunctions for large molecular systems

27.07.2016
11:00 h

4D2

Matteo Barborini

 

National Research Council of Italy (Institute of Nanoscience (CNR-NANO), Modena, Italy

 

Correlationeffects in STM and ARPES: evaluating frontier Dyson orbitals through quantm Monte Carlo

28.07. 2016
11:00 h

4D2

Aron Cohen

 

Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

 

The exact density functional and real-space wavefunctions

22.09.2016
11:00 h

4D2

Nikolaj Moll

 

IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland

 

Quantum Simulations with Superconducting Qubits

03.11.2016
11:00 h

4D2

Akbar Jafari

 

Fakultät für Physik, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany

 

Weak and strong correlations in Dirac systems

16.11.2016
14:00 h

7D2

Frank Neese

 

Director at MPI for Chemical Energy Conversion (CEC), Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany

 

Systematically approaching the full CI limit with an iterative configuration expansion algorithm

17.11.2016
11:00 h

4D2

Gerit Brandenburg

 

University College London, United Kingdom

 

Development and application of ‚low-cost’ dispersion corrected density functional methods

24.11.2016
14.00 h

4D2

Kristine Pierloot

 

University of KU Leuven, Belgium

 

Accurate computations of spin state energetics in first-row transition metal systems

08.12.2016
11:00 h

 

4D2

Pablo Lopez-Rios

 

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

 

Exploiting prior knowledge in the statistical analysis of quantum Monte Carlo simulations