Webinar 49: Ab-Initio Frenkel Davydov Exciton Model _ A tool to investigate collective excitations in extended systems
Watch Q-Chem's Webinar 49, "Ab-Initio Frenkel Davydov Exciton Model: A tool to investigate collective excitations in extended systems," presented on March 31st by Bushra Alam, Ohio State University.
Summer at Q-Chem 2021 - Now Accepting Applications
Q-Chem has announced that it is now taking applications for its 2021 Summer at Q-Chem program. Click here to find out more about this year's program and to find out the application procedures. Application is open to graduate students and postdocs who are members of the Q-Chem developer community.
Congratulations to Marta Lopez Vidal: The 2021 Michael Wormit Award Winner!
Q-Chem is pleased to announce that Marta Lopez Vidal has been chosen as a recipient of the 2021 Michael Wormit Award, on the basis of her scientific innovation, her wealth of exciting new ideas, her impressive code development, and the breadth of her contributions to Q-Chem's infrastructure and to the Q-Chem developers' community.
The Michael Wormit award was established to recognize excellence in the development of new methods and algorithms in the area… Read More
Webinar 48: The ezSpectra Suite: An easy-to-use Toolkit for Spectroscopy Modeling
Watch Q-Chem's Webinar 48, "The ezSpectra Suite: An easy-to-use Toolkit for Spectroscopy Modeling," presented on March 3, 2021 by Dr. Samer Gozem (Georgia State University).