Department of Chemistry
University of Tromsø
Sarah Reimann: Quantum-mechanical systems in traps and Similarity Renormalization Group Therory.
Karl Leikanger: Full Configuration Interaction Quantum Monte Carlo.
Celebrating the scientific career and achievements of Prof. Trygve Helgaker on the occasion of his 60th birthday.
Inge Røeggen: Perturbed Atoms in Molecules and Solids: the PATMOS model.
Erik Tellgren : Non-perturbative calculation of anapole moments and related quantities..
Jean-Marc Billod: TBA.
Magnus Ringholm: TBA.
Maarten Beerepoot: bsorption properties of fluorescent proteins with polarizable embedding DFT: the importance of molecular structure to reproduce experimental trends.
Kenneth Ruud: TBA.
Mauritz Ryding: Tert-butanol water clusters - How much alcohol is too much?.
Robert Izsak: Various approximate electronic structure methods as implemented in Orca.
CTCC seminar. Bin Gao from CTCC-UiT will give todays talk.
CTCC seminar. Sergio Losilla will give todays talk.
CTCC seminar. Krzysztof Mozgawa will give todays talk.
Prof. Trond Saue, University of Tolouse, France
CTCC seminar. Simen Kvaal from CTCC, UiO will give todays talk.
CTCC seminar. Jürgen Gauss from University of Mainz will give todays talk.
Joint seminar between Tromsø and Oslo. Oslo is host for todays seminar.
Prof. Helena Dodziuk, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Jan H. Jensen, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
MSc Arnfinn Hykkerud Steindal will present a trial lecture on the topic of "The coupling of classical models with QM descriptions: which possible strategies?"
Prof. Marco Garavelli, University of Bologna (Italy)
Prof.Hans Jørgen Aagaard Jensen from the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Southern Denmark
Dr.Stefan Knecht from the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Southern Denmark
Peter C. Burgers from the Department of Neurology, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam is the speaker of this seminar.
MSc Antoine Durdek will defend his PhD thesis entitled "On Kohn-Sham solver based on Multi-Wavelet framework"
Master of Technology Arnfinn Hykkerud Steindal will defend his PhD thesis entitled "Understanding and predicting one- and two-photon absorption properties of molecular complexes"
MSc Antoine Durdek will present a trial lecture on the topic of "The Density Functional Method: Past, present and future"