June 11, 2017
Three graduate students recently defended and have earned their PhDs. Congratulations to Patrick Lestrange, Joshua Goings, and David Lingerfelt. All three began their graduate careers in 2012 and have worked closely together for the last ~5 years. It’s sad to see them go, but we wish them all the best.
March 16, 2017
Congratulations to Joe Kasper, Jay Radler, and Shichao Sun on passing their 2nd year exams this quarter. They’re one step closer to their PhDs!
August 15, 2016
Congratulations to David Lingerfelt on passing his general exam and graduating to candidacy. He presented some of his recent work resolving vibronically broadened absorption spectra using Ehrenfest nuclear dynamics (coming soon to a peer-reviewed journal near you).
February 24, 2016
Congratulations to Hongbin on passing his 2nd year exam. He gave a very nice talk detailing his recent work on photoreduced quantum dots and proposed a project on modeling magnetic circular dichroism. These are both very challenging topics and he explained them eloquently. Congratulations!
July 23, 2015
Feizhi now has a newly minted Ph.D. He recently defended his dissertation titled “Towards efficient and accurate description of many-electron problems: developments of static and time-dependent electronic structure methods”. He will soon be moving to California to work with Tom Miller at Cal Tech. Congratulations, Feizhi!