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CUSO Summer School 2011 Villars

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Date So, 21.08.2011 - Do, 25.08.2011
Location Eurotel Victoria, Villars sur Ollon, Switzerland
Program Solving the Schrödinger Equation - From Electronic Structure to Quantum Dynamics

Prof. Clémence Corminboeuf and Prof. Jiří Vaníček (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)

Invited Speakers:
Prof. Irene Burghardt (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris): From quantum to mixed quantum-classical dynamics: wavefunctions, densities, and trajectories
Prof. Todd Martinez (Stanford University): First Principles Quantum Dynamics and Quantum Chemistry on GPUs
Prof. Hans-D. Meyer (University of Heidelberg): Multi-Configuration Time-Dependent Hartree Method and Applications
Prof. Mark Tuckerman (New York University): Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics and Path Integrals

The recent advances in chemical theory and computer technology are allowing what was until recently unthinkable, namely the simultaneous quantum mechanical treatment of both electronic structure and chemical dynamics. Within this context, the boundary between the two communities of quantum chemists, i.e., those seeking an accurate description of the electronic structure (treating the molecular dynamics classically) and those developing efficient schemes for quantum dynamics (using simple model potentials for the electronic structure) is starting to disappear. A modern computational chemist should be aware of the most important developments in both areas. The school will focus on the most recent advances at the interface between electronic structure theory and the theory of quantum molecular dynamics.
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