Institut für Theoretische Chemie

Universität Stuttgart

Prof. Dr. H.-J. Werner

Telefon: (0711) 685-64401

E-Mail: Werner@theochem.uni-stuttgart.de

Kolloquien (05595): Wintersemester 2007/2008

Dienstag, 16.00-17.30 Uhr, Seminarraum S8.109

2.10.2007
Achtung: Ausnahmsweise 14 Uhr !

Takao Kobayashi
Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science & Techn. Research Center, Yokohama, Japan
Ab initio study of ultrafast photochemical ring-opening reaction of 1,3-cyclohexadiene

6.11.2007

Gerald Knizia
Institut f. Theoretische Chemie, Univ. Stuttgart
Explicit Correlations and Open Shells

13.11.2007

Michael Neff
Vertiefungspraktikant - Inst f. Theor. Chemie, Univ. Stuttgart
Vortrag

20.11.2007

Edit Matyus
Department of Theoretical Chemistry, Eötvös University, Budapest
Generic approaches to the variational nuclear motion problem

27.11.2007

Dr. Andreas Köhn
Institut f. Physikalische Chemie, Univ. Mainz
Long-range interactions in coupled-cluster theory

4.12.2007

PD Dr. Irmgard Frank
Department Chemie und Biochemie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. München
Simulation of Photoreactions with a Single Configuration





11.12.2007

Oliver Marchetti
Institut f. Theoretische Chemie, Univ. Stuttgart
Accurate calculations of intermolecular interaction energies using explicitly correlated wavefunctions

22.1.2008

Prof. Dr. Martin Schütz
Naturwissenschaftl. Fakultät IV, Univ. Regensburg
Local correlation methods for excited states

29.1.2008

Christoph Köppl
Institut f. Theoretische Chemie, Univ. Stuttgart
Treatment of molecular symmetry in local correlation methods

5.2.2008

Dr. Mihaly Kallay
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Automated implementation of quantum chemical methods and applications in multi-reference coupled-cluster theory

11.2.2008

Max Holthausen
SFB, zusammen mit Anorg. Chemie
Vortrag

12.2.2008

Dr. Christian Kollmar
Department of Theor. Chemistry, Zernike Inst. for Adv. Materials, Univ. Groningen
Size extensive energy functionals based on a double configuration interaction approach

11.3.2008

Dr. Andreas Markmann
Princeton University
Photoinduced processes in Chemistry, Biology and Electronics