June 12, 2016

Following Ultrafast Electronic Dynamics with X-ray Transient Absorption

A new paper is now online published in collaboration with Lin Chen’s group at Northwestern University. Ultrafast electronic dynamics in an excited metalloporphyrin were tracked with X-ray Transient Absorption (XTA). These are some of the highest temporal resolution X-ray experiments performed with the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS). The XTA spectra were modeled with our […]


June 3, 2016

Our collection of Italian postdocs grows by 50%

The group is happy to welcome back Greta Donati after completing her PhD! Greta worked with us a visiting student last year while she was a graduate student with Nadia Rega at the University of Napoli Federico II and she’s now back in Seattle as a postdoc. She has done some phenomenal work in the […]


May 23, 2016

Chronus Quantum has a Youtube page

We’ve posted a few videos of some interesting electronic dynamics calculated with our new software package┬áChronus 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

Bo Peng wins the Linus Pauling Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship

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

Hongbin Liu passed his 2nd year exam

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!