Department of chemistry
Physical Seminar Schedule
Winter 2019
Wednesdays at 2:30 pm in Schaap Lecture Hall (unless noted otherwise)
Jan 7* Prof. Weitao Yang, Duke University
"The Wonders of Electron Density: from Half of an Electron, to Noncovalent Interactions of Biomolecular Complexes". Expertise: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry. (Host: Liu) *Frontiers Seminar Monday
Jan 23 Prof. Steve Cundiff, University of Michigan
"Tri-Comb Spectroscopy". Expertise: Experimental Physical Chemistry. (Host: Li).
Jan 30 Prof. Daniel Neuhauser, University of California, Los Angeles
"Stochastic GW for thousands of electrons and more". Expertise: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry. (Host: Liu)
Feb 13 Paul Hoerner, WSU (Schlegel Research group)
Student Seminar. "TBA"
Feb 20 Gihan Basnayake, WSU (Li Research group)
Student Seminar. "TBA"
Feb 25* Prof. Greg D. Scholes, Princeton University
"Probing Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics Inspired by the Rhythms of Fireflies". Expertise: Experimental Physical Chemistry. (Host: Rury)
Feb 27 Prof. Jahan Dawlaty, University of Southern California
"Local Electric Fields and Proton Dynamics: Fundamental Measurements and Applications to Catalysis". Expertise: Experimental Physical Chemistry. (Host: Rury)
Mar 6 No seminar. APS March Meeting
Mar 13 No seminar. Spring break.
Mar 20 Prof. Robert Schurko, University of Windsor
"Solid-State NMR of the Periodic Table". Expertise: Experimental Physical Chemistry. (Host: Chekmenev).
Mar 27 Prof. Jaime Stearns, Kirkland Air Force Base
"Physics and Chemistry for the Next Generation Military Space Architecture". Expertise: Experimental Physical Chemistry. (Host: Rodgers)
Apr 3 No seminar. ACS Meeting
Apr 10 Haobin Wang, University of Colorado, Denver
"Quantum dynamics simulation using multilayer multiconfiguration time-dependent Hartree theory". Expertise: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry. (Host: Liu)

Apr 17 Prof. Hrant Hratchian, Institution: University of California, Merced
"Modeling Electron Detachment from Metal Oxide Clusters with Efficient Electronic Structure Methods". Expertise: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry. (Host: Schlegel)


Last updated: January 08, 2019