Latest update: 24 Oct 2011
Winter School in Theoretical Chemistry 2011
Excited State Properties
December 12th–15th, 2011
Andreas Dreuw, University of Heidelberg (dreuw/at/uni-heidelberg.de)
- ''The Algebraic Diagrammatic Construction scheme of the
polarisation propagator for excitation energies and excited state properties'' (4h)
Ville R.I. Kaila, NIH, Washington (ville.kaila/at/nih.gov)
- ''Quantum chemical modeling of photoexcitations in biology'' (1h)
- ''Proton-coupled electron transfer in chemistry and biology'' (1h)
Roland Lindh, Uppsala University (Roland.Lindh/at/kvac.uu.se)
- ''The CASPT2/CASSCF method in modeling the excited state: The selection and protection of an active space'' (1h)
- ''The CASPT2/CASSCF method in modeling the excited state: Some explicit examples'' (1h)
Benedetta Mennucci, University of Pisa (bene/at/dcci.unipi.it)
- ''Modeling environment effects on electronic transitions with hybrid
QM/classical methods'' (1h)
- ''Modeling environment effects on electronic energy transfer processes'' (1h)
James M.W. Murray, Imperial College, London (j.w.murray/at/imperial.ac.uk)
- ''Macromolecular crystallographic techniques: Introduction'' (1h)
- ''Macromolecular crystallographic techniques: Applications to photosystem II'' (1h)
Johannes Neugebauer, Braunschweig University (j.neugebauer/at/tu-braunschweig.de)
- ''Subsystem-based time-dependent density-functional theory'' (2h)
Patrick Norman, Link�ping University (panor/at/ifm.liu.se)
- ''Response Theory: a means to address excited state properties without
optimization of the excited state wave function'' (4h)
The talk of Patrick Norman will be based on an article which you can download
Tomasz Wesolowski, University of Geneva (Tomasz.Wesolowski/at/unige.ch)
- ''Modelling the effect of environment on electronic excitations in
embedded chromophores'' (2h)
Monday 12.12 Tuesday 13.12 Wednesday 14.12 Thursday 15.12
09:00 Norman 3 09:00 Wesolowski 1 09:00 Dreuw 3
09:15 Welcome 09:45 Norman 4 09:45 Wesolowski 2 09:45 Dreuw 4
09:30 Norman 1 10:30 Break 10:30 Break 10:30 Break
10:15 Norman 2 11:00 Murray 2 11:00 Dreuw 1 11:00 Neugebauer 1
11:00 Break 11:45 Lunch 11:45 Dreuw 2 11:45 Neugebauer 2
11:30 Mennucci 1 13:00 Lindh 1 12:30 Lunch 12:30 Discussion, Lunch
12:15 Lunch 13:45 Lindh 2 and Departure
14:00 Mennucci 2 14:30 Break Free
14:45 Murray 1 15:00 Kaila 1 Afternoon
15:30 Posters 15:45 Kaila 2
18:00 Div. of
The Book of Abstracts is now available. Please download it (and print it if desired).
|| If you are interested, please
download and distribute our poster!
|| Please note, that 10 bursaries
sponsored by CoDECS are available for CoDECS students.
This can be used to cover accomodation expenses.
The maximum amount granted per person is 300 EUR.
See also the CODECS page
|Posters and abstracts:
||A poster session will be held on
Monday evening. All members of the School are
welcome and encouraged to put up a poster on the premises.
The posters are browsable throughout the duration of
See the Abstracts page
for details on how to submit your abstract.
Deadline is the same, December 3rd
||The School is free of charge for academic staff and students
General questions concerning the School can be addressed to
or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
||Department of Chemistry
P.O. Box 55 (A.I. Virtasen aukio 1)
FI-00014 University of Helsinki
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|FAX: ||+358-9-191 50169|
|How to find the campus:
||Check out the contact info pages for
Laboratory for Instruction in Swedish
||See also the map
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||Some things to consider.
- Arriving at the airport, bus 615/615T/615N will take you to the city
centre for 4 �. You can use the same ticket for travel with all
public transportation in the Helsinki region. (Within Helsinki, a
ticket costs 2.50 �.)
the time table found here, "Lentoasema" means "Airport" while
"Rautatieasema" equals "Central railway station".
Public transport in Helsinki
The Journey Planner and Google Maps might be helpful.
- Look at the
latest weather reports before travelling as temperatures might drop down to
-15 degrees for the Winter School week.
|Other things of interest:
||Helsinki might be cold, but is not dead in December. Check out the
Tourist info page.
Via that site, you can also find information about for example
accommodation, like this: