CECAM School on Nonadiabatic Dynamics

From February 26 to March 2, Basile co-organized a CECAM School entitled “Nonadiabatic Molecular Dynamics in Three Different Flavors” with Todd Martínez (Stanford University), Graham Worth (University College London), and Ivano Tavernelli (IBM Zürich). The School took place at the CECAM Headquarter in Lausanne (Switzerland).


The central idea of this School was to introduce the 40 participants to general concepts of computational photochemistry as well as three distinct methods for nonadiabatic molecular dynamics: Multiconfiguration Time-Dependent Hartree (MCTDH), Ab Initio Multiple Spawning (AIMS), and Trajectory Surface Hopping (TSH). The morning was dedicated to lectures for each method, and exercises on the computer were organized each afternoon. The main goal of these exercises was for the participants to play with each technique and to be able to use them, maybe, in their own research.

Intensive coffee breaks
Group picture on the last day of the School.


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