Latest update: 20 Dec 2017
Winter School in Theoretical Chemistry 2017
This is the 33rd Winter School
Molecular Energy and Electron Transfer
Helsinki, December 18th–21st, 2017
Mario Barbatti, Marseille, France
Carles Curutchet, Barcelona, Spain
- Talk 1: Recent Advances and Perspectives on Nonadiabatic Mixed Quantum-Classical Dynamics (1h)
- Talk 2: Electronic structure methods for NA-MQC dynamics (1h)
- Talk 3: The accuracy problem (1h)
Gerrit Groenhof, Jyväskylä, Finland
- Modelling electronic energy transfer in complex environments (3h)
Ville Kaila, Munich, Germany
- Manipulating chemistry with mirrors
- Talk 1: Molecules and confined light: polaritonic chemistry (1h)
- Talk 2: Multi-scale simulations of polaritonic chemistry (1h)
Jörg Kussmann, Munich, Germany
- Talk 1: Molecular simulations of biological energy conversion (1h)
- Talk 2: Exploring photobiology by simulations across scales (1h)
Christel Marian, Düsseldorf, Germany
- (Non-)Adiabatic Molecular Dynamics @ GPUs (3h)
Felix Plasser, Wien, Austria
- Talk 1: Monomer-based approach to excitation energy transfer (1h)
- Talk 2: Through-bond and charge-transfer contributions to excitation energy transfer (1h)
- Talk 3: Hyperfluorescence and triplet-singlet excitation energy transfer (1h)
Ronald Österbacka, Åbo, Finland
- Talk 1: Wavefunction analysis tools for energy and electron transfer (1h)
- Talk 2: Analysis of charge transfer in transition metal complexes (1h)
- Talk 3: Non-adiabatic dynamics including triplet states (1h)
- Talk 1: Effect of interfaces in thin film solar cells (1h)
- Talk 2: Transport and recombination dynamics in organic bulk-heterojunction solar cells (1h)
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
09:15 Curutchet 1 Marian 2 Kaila 1 Groenhof 2
10:00 Curutchet 2 Marian 3 Kaila 2 Barbatti 3
10:45 Break Break Break Break
11.00 Marian 1 Curutchet 3 Groenhof 1 Kussmann 3
11:45 Lunch Lunch Lunch Closing and Departure
13:00 Kussmann 1 Ísterbacka 1
13:45 Kussmann 2 Ísterbacka 2 Free afternoon 12:30 Annual Meeting of
14:30 Break Break the Comp Chem Section
14:45 Plasser 1 Barbatti 1
15:30 Plasser 2 Barbatti 2
16:15 Poster Plasser 3
||The lectures will take place in the A129 lecture
hall, Chemicum building, Kumpula campus.
You were supposed to register by December 6th.
|Posters and abstracts:
||A poster session will be held on
||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 the School.
The one-page abstracts should have been sent in PDF form to
email@example.com by December 6th.
The Abstract book
||Notes are stored behind a password here:
More will be added within time.
||Students who wish to have credits for the
course, should write an essay on one of the School topics.
||The dead-line for submitting the essay is January 31st, 2018.
||Send a PDF of your essay to
The course will give 3 ECTS.
||The School is free of charge for academic staff
||Participants should make their own
General questions concerning the School can be addressed to
Mikael Johansson, or
||Department of Chemistry
P.O. Box 55 (A.I. Virtasen aukio 1)
FI-00014 University of Helsinki
|How to find the campus:
Chemicum on Google Maps
||Some things to consider.
- Arriving at the airport, you can take the
Finnair bus (6.60 €, for customers of all airlines) or
the new train connection between the airport and the central railway station
with ringrail trains I and P (5.50 €).
The Journey Planner for public transport, and
Google Maps might be helpful.
Wikipedia knows about
public transport in Helsinki as well.
- A taxi from the airport to the Kumpula Kampus (A.I. Virtasen Aukio 1)
or the city centre should be around 40–50 €. Taxi stands are located
right outside the exits of the arrival halls in both terminals.
- 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.