Events in Oslo
Title: Quantum Solutions for a Sustainable Energy Future
Prof. Keiji Morokuma, Fukui Institute for Fundamental Chemistry, Kyoto Universtiy will give this guest lecture.
The Almløf-Gropen Lecturer of 2015 is Prof. Arieh Warshel, University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA, USA
The program for the meeting at Sundvolden is now ready.
CTCC seminar. Anand Thirumalai from Arizona State University will give todays talk.
Title: Adventures in Free Radical Chemistry: A Computational Approach.
The courses and tutorials are centered around UiOs computing facility - the compute cluster Abel. This is a national resource also available to UiO's researchers and students who have need for extra computing resources. The lectures range from beginner level cluster usage instruction and beginner level programming, to advanced topics in high-performance computing. The lectures are aimed at scientists who wish to learn more about programming and high-performance computing.
The title of the 2013 Almlöf–Gropen lecture is "From Donor–Acceptor Complexes to Gallium Nitride Nanorods".
Computational advances in many-body methods, from first principle methods to density functional theories
Todays speaker is from Technical University of Denmark, DTU Space, National Space Institute. CTCC-seminar
M.Sc. Alexey Zatula ved Kjemisk institutt vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden Ph.D:
Experimental and computational studies of dynamic processes in ionic water clusters.
-- Does Chorismate Mutase Require Transition State Stabilization?
CTCC seminar. Roar Olsen from SINTEF will give todays talk.
CTCC seminar. Jürgen Gauss from University of Mainz will give todays talk.
Formalisms and Pilot Applications