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Seminar Schedule

FALL 2022

Date Speaker Title
9/7

Damien Riedel

(Université Paris Saclay)

From Single molecule to molecular devices: Application to charge transfer study at the nanoscale

9/16 Ying Sun
(Rutgers-Newark)
9/23 Kevin Garrity (NIST) Understanding materials via computation, data, and modelling
9/30

Jogvan Magnus Haugaard Olsen
(Chemistry, DTU)

Development of Multiscale Methods for Computational Biomolecular Spectroscopy
10/7 Jeanne Bernard
(Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Paris)
Development of a cold-atom inertial measurement unit for onboard applications
10/14 Giovanni Scalmani
(Gaussian inc.)
TBD
10/28

Svetlana Malinovskaya (Stevens Institute of Technology)

Quantum many-body physics with spin states of Rydberg atoms trapped in optical lattices
11/18 Kevin Kubarych (University of Michigan)

TBD

12/2 Yong-Hoon Kim
 

 

 

SPRING 2022

Date Speaker Title
2/11 Workshop led by Diane Jammula (Rutgers-Newark)

Equity and Inclusion  Workshop I

2/25  Workshop led by Diane Jammula (Rutgers-Newark)
Equity and Inclusion  Workshop II
3/11

 Chen Huang (Florida State Univesity)

Embedded Cluster Density Approximation for Calculating the Exchange-Correlation Energy
4/1

Matteo Cavalleri (Wiley)

My Escape from the Lab: Scientific Publishing
4/8 Matthias Grosse Perdekamp
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
 
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4/22 Robert Zisk (Rutgers - New Brunswick)
4/29

Wenhao Sun (University of Michigan)

 

 

 

FALL 2021

Date Speaker Title
9/10 Qiang Zhu
(University of Nevada Las Vegas)

Materials Design Aided by High throughput Computational Screening

9/24 Chunlei Qu
(Stevens Institute of Technology)
10/15 Steve Ndengue (ICTP-EAIFR, Kigali) Molecular Spectroscopy and Quantum Dynamics with Optimized Basis: Applications in Atmospherica Physics and Astrochemistry
10/29

Mark Hillery
(Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY)

Coherence and Wave-Particle Duality
11/19 Chengzhi Shi
(Georgia Institute of Technology)
12/3 Anton Olynyk
(Manhattan College)
12/10

Chi-Ken Lu (Computer Science @ Rutgers-Newark)

Probabilistic deep learning from a physicist’s perspective

 

Any questions: contact seminar organizer Prof. Li Zhu