TC group seminars

TC group seminars

The Theoretical Chemistry research group at the Department of Chemistry is organising a series of seminars that are usually held once every two weeks at the location and time specified below. The TC seminars are open to everyone. To schedule a seminar or get more information about the TC seminars, please contact Raffaela Cabriolu.

Location: Realfagbygget, D3-114 (Onsagerrommet)


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Wednesday 16.01.2019



Wednesday 16.01.2019


Prof. Jocelyne Vreede from the Computational Chemistry group at the Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands,...

Friday 14.12.2018



Friday 14.12.2018


Prof. Jocelyne Vreede from the Computational Chemistry group at the Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, will...

Monday 19.11.2018



Monday 19.11.2018


Dr. J. Prehl from "Institut für Physik" in Chemnitz in Germany will present a seminar on "Modeling the structure formation process of twin...

Thursday 07.06.2018



Thursday 07.06.2018


Prof. R.O. Jones from "Forschungszentrum Juelich" in Germany will present a seminar in "Density functional theory: its origins, present status, and future"....

Thursday 15.03.2018



Thursday 15.03.2018


12:15 Prof. Smit from LSMO at EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne) will present the seminar "The Materials Genome in Action: understanding the...

Thursday 07.12.2017



Thursday 07.12.2017


Joint seminars:

13.30 : Prof. Ahlquist from Royal Institute of Technology, Stockolm : "Water oxidation catalyst simulation in realistic environment".
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Thursday 09.11.2017



Thursday 09.11.2017


Prof. Steven Holdcroft from the department of Chemistry at the University of Salford, U.K.:





"Hydrocarbon, Solid Polymer Electrolytes for Acidic and Alkaline...

Thursday 12.10.2017



Thursday 12.10.2017


Prof. Jaakko Akola "DFT-MD simulations of phase-change materials and crystallisation":
 

Note: this seminar will be held at 13:00 !

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Thursday 28.09.2017



Thursday 28.09.2017


Prof. Titus van Erp : "Rare event simulations reveal subtle key steps in aqueous silicate condensation "
 

Note: this seminar will be held at 13:00 !

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Thursday 11.05.2017



Thursday 11.05.2017


Dr. Elisa Magnanelli : "The Nasal Geometry of the Reindeer Nose Gives Energy-Efficient Respiration"
 

Note: this seminar will be held at 13:00 !

"The...

Friday 28.04.2017



Friday 28.04.2017


Natalya Kizilova: from Kharkov National University: 

"Plant evolution, entropy production and the constructal law"

Note: this seminar will be held at 10:40...

Friday 28.04.2017



Friday 28.04.2017


Prof. Karl Heinz Hoffmann from the Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany:

"Twin polymerization: reactive molecular dynamics and other approaches"



Note: this...

Thursday 17.03.2017



Thursday 17.03.2017


Tommaso D'Agostino from Universita di Cagliari :

"Multiscale MD approaches and their applications in the study of molecular translocation in bacteria"

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Thursday 16.03.2017



Thursday 16.03.2017


Prof. Alexandros Asimakopoulos:
"Migration of Parabens, Bisphenols, Benzophenone-Type UV Filters, Triclosan, and Triclocarban from Teethers and Its Implications...

Thursday 02.03.2017



Thursday 02.03.2017


Vishwesh Venkatraman and Sigvart Evjen : "Ionic liquids for CO2 Capture".

Multi-speaker seminar




Monday 27.02.2017



Monday 27.02.2017


Prof. Youhei Fujitani from Keio University, Yokohama: "Fluctuation amplitude of an externally trapped rigid sphere in a near-critical binary fluid mixture within...

Thursday 16.02.2017



Thursday 16.02.2017


Dr. Mathias Winkler from the physics department:

"Weakly-bound Clusters studied by theory-assisted X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy"

Department of physics...

Thursday 26.01.2017



Thursday 26.01.2017


Prof. Antonio Rizzo from Istituto per processi chimico-fisici (Pisa) :

"Electronic (mainly chiral) nonlinear spectroscopies: recent contributions of theory and...

Thursday 12.01.17



Thursday 12.01.17


Dr. Anders Lervik. 

"Modelling of Alginate C-5 Epimerases"

QuantiTis group !




Friday 16.12.2016 at 14.15

Lattice Boltzmann modelling of multiphase flows and its application to
micro- and nanofluidics

In the past 25 years, the lattice Boltzmann method has evolved to a
versatile and computationally...

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