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Theoretical Methods for the Dynamics of Correlated Electrons, Ions, and Photons

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Lucien, Evaristo, Davood, and Anya present at the ACS Spring Meeting!

While Neepa recovers from first-time-ever covid, the group saves the day! By all accounts, Lucien and Evaristo do a wonderful job tag-teaming the invited talk on our work on coupled … Read More

Neepa presents Davood’s work at the APS!

Our work on how to make best use of the adiabatic approximation when simulating strong-field and photo-excited dynamics was invited for a talk at the APS March meeting in Minneapolis.  … Read More

Professor Ben Levine visits, with inspiring discussions!

We enjoyed inspiring discussions on electronic coherence in photo-excited molecules and non-adiabatic dynamics with Professor Ben Levine, SUNY Stonybrook, who also gave an exciting departmental seminar on his work. All … Read More

Stimulating visit by Prof. Yohann Scribano

We enjoyed stimulating discussions and an excellent department seminar by Prof. Yohann Scribano, University of Montpellier, on the treatment and impact of rigorous quantum methods for light nuclei, coupling to … Read More

Dr. Ernesto Sandoval visits!

It was wonderful to have Dr. Ernesto Sandoval (PhD SUNY Binghamton) visit and tell us about his research on materials modeling/prediction using neural networks and DFT! Ernesto is a former … Read More

Welcome Anna!

We are excited to have Anna Baranova join us to start her PhD! Anna has worked on quantum electrodynamical density functional theory, and will begin to explore further in this … Read More

Davood wins Poster Prize at CECAM Workshop in Lausanne!

Davood presents his work on oscillator strengths of double excitations and quadratic response at CECAM workshop in Lausanne  on Accelerating Improvements in DFT, and wins the poster prize! His talk … Read More

PNGF8 workshop in Orebro, Sweden

Neepa presents remotely at the Progress in Non-Equilibrium Green’s Function Workshop in Orebro, discussing recent work on perspectives on TDDFT beyond linear response.

Welcome Prof. Junhyeok Bang!

We are excited to have Prof. Junhyeok Bang join us for a year while he is on sabbatical! Prof. Bang is an expert on applications of density-functional methods for electronic … Read More

TDDFT School and Workshop @ RU-N !!

The 3rd US-based School and Workshop on TDDFT held right here at Rutgers-Newark Center for Law and Justice was a huge success! Excellent pedagogical talks, exciting cutting-edge research, and just … Read More

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