Some good news in the ISPG!
Our recent work on the photodynamics of thiophenone features on the cover of Nature Chemistry for the September issue – a beautiful artistic representation of the dynamics of thiophenone and its photoproducts created by Lea!
An amazing initiative from Dr. Erastova (University of Edinburgh) with a contribution from the ISPG!
We are a small group of scientist and we aim to bring together communities during the lockdown and homeschooling. We are here to share with children our passion for science, hoping more of you will find it as exciting!
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The ISPG welcomes a new member!
Yorick Lassmann joined the group in March 2020 for his Master Thesis. He will be working on the development of new approximations for the Ab Initio Multiple Spawning technique.
Congratulations to Lea on this prize! Her talk was about the photodynamics of thiophenone.
The N8 Research Partnership is a collaborative network between eight of the most research-intensive universities in the North of England. For more information: Meet the New Pioneers.
The ISPG welcomes four new members!
María Eugenia Sandoval-Salinas (Maru) joined the group as a visiting PhD Student. She will be working on the photochemistry of energy-related small molecules.
Lewis Hutton and Emanuele Marsili are new PhD Students in the group, financed by the ERC StG project SINDAM. They will work on the role of nonadiabatic processes in the photochemistry of Volatile Organic Compounds.
Joe Cooper is a 4th-year project student at Durham University. He will work on the excited-state dynamics of pyrone and coumarin.
Our Overview “Different flavors of nonadiabatic molecular dynamics” with Federica Agostini has been selected to feature on the cover of WIRES Comput. Mol. Sci. this month!
Thanks to Valentina Erastova for her help with its design!