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 (ands 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

Jul

14

Excited State and Time-Dependent Electronic Structure Theory

Telluride, CO

TBD

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Jul

14

Excited State and Time-Dependent Electronic Structure Theory

Telluride, CO

TBD

Presentation by Feizhi Ding

Jul

14

Excited State and Time-Dependent Electronic Structure Theory

Telluride, CO

TBD

Presentation by Joshua Goings

Jul

20

Colloidal Semiconductor Nanocrystals, Gordon Research Conference

Smithfield, RI

TBD

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Jul

24

International Conference on Chemical Bonding

Kauai, HI

TBD

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Aug

10

The 248th ACS National Meeting

San Francisco, CA

TBD

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Aug

10

The 248th ACS National Meeting

San Francisco, CA

Exciton dynamics in metal centered complexes

Presentation by Patrick Lestrange

Aug

10

The 248th ACS National Meeting

San Francisco, CA

Mechanisms of exciton diffusion and dissociation in organic photovoltaic materials: Are electrons or holes the most mobile charge carriers?

Presentation by David Lingerfelt and Alessio Petrone

Aug

12

The 248th ACS National Meeting

San Francisco, CA

Shaping the climate change conversation through social media

Presentation by Patrick Lestrange

Sep

1

Molecular Electronic Structure

Amasya, Turkey

TBD

Presentation by Xiaosong Li

Oct

5

The World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists

Santiago, Chile

TBD

Presentation by Xiaosong Li