ABOUT

We are an electronic structure theory group focused on the development of low-scaling methods to resolve excited state properties of many-electron systems, both in the time and frequency domains. This work is complimented by (and finds uses in) the development of efficient methods for studying non-adiabatic dynamics in large-scale systems. Visit the research page for more information on the research being done in the Li group.


Upcoming Presentations

June

28

Telluride Science Research Center

Telluride, CO

Nanomaterials: Computation, Theory, and Experiment

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

July

12

Telluride Science Research Center

Telluride, CO

Excited States: Electronic Structure Theory and Dynamics

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

July

20

Telluride Science Research Center

Telluride, CO

Non-equilibrium Phenomena

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Oct

14

Electronic Structure and Processes at Molecular-Based Interfaces VIII

Tuscon, AZ

TBD

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Oct

29

Michigan State University

Lansing, MI

TBD

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Nov

30

Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moléculaire

Hong Kong, China

Open Quantum Systems Computational Methods

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Dec

15

Pacifichem

Honolulu, HI

Computational Modeling of Magnetic Materials and Magnetic Properties

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Dec

15

Pacifichem

Honolulu, HI

Quantum Coherence in Energy Transfer

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Dec

17

Pacifichem

Honolulu, HI

Modeling and Analyzing Exciton and Charge Dynamics in Molecules and Clusters

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Dec

18

Pacifichem

Honolulu, HI

Photocatalysis and Charge Transfer at Interfaces and Nanomaterials

Presentation by Xiaosong Li