May 23, 2016
We’ve posted a few videos of some interesting electronic dynamics calculated with our new software package Chronus Quantum. A big thanks to our own Joshua Goings for making these. Check out how the electron density is perturbed by on resonant electric fields.
March 10, 2016
Congratulations to Bo on winning the very prestigious Linus Pauling Fellowship from Pacific Northwest National Lab. This fellowship is very competitive and is only awarded to two or three people every year. Congratulations, Bo!
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!
February 22, 2016
Joe Kasper has won a 2016 Pacific Northwest National Lab Graduate Fellowship. This award is granted to outstanding first year graduate students at UW. Congratulations, Joe!
February 18, 2016
David, David, and Alessio’s direct fewest switches surface hopping development paper was accepted to JCTC. Along with details of an efficient implementation of this popular non-adiabatic molecular dynamics approach for low-scaling, single reference excited state methods, a technique in the spirit of “meta-dynamics” that utilizes time-dependent perturbation theory and biased surface hopping trajectories to study […]