The combination of spectroscopic techniques with quantum chemistry and high-level computation is a fundamental component of modern molecular sciences. This powerful synergy drives cutting-edge research in fields ranging from inorganic chemistry to biochemistry and from catalysis to energy research. The summer school focuses particularly on how this combination is used in transition metal chemistry. Its goal is to provide early career scientists with the fundamental knowledge and practical skills required to achieve this synergy in their own work.
The school is addressed to graduate students, post-doctoral scientists, and researchers who want to understand how molecular theory and spectroscopy relate, who wish to enrich their studies, or who plan to expand their research into new challenging directions. The format of the school is equally appropriate for experimentalists who wish to incorporate theoretical input in their own research, and for participants who already have a background in computational chemistry and wish to learn how theory is used for predicting spectroscopic properties.
The summer school will consist of morning lectures by top researchers on various types of spectroscopy (EPR, UV/Vis, IR/Raman, XAS/XES, Mössbauer, etc), as well as on introductory aspects of theoretical chemistry, ligand field theory and magnetism. Lectures are followed in the afternoon by practical sessions with hands-on computational exercises.
Depending on individual interests, the participants may choose to attend optional special interest lectures on selected advanced topics of spectroscopic or computational techniques. A poster session will give the opportunity to discuss current research with the lecturers and other participants in the context of the summer school.
Information on participating / attending:
As the number of participants is limited to 80, there will be an appliation and selection process.
A committee will review all applications and make a selection of participants.
09/24/2023 12:00 - 09/29/2023 20:00
Scientists and scholars, Students
Types of events:
Presentation / colloquium / lecture, Seminar / workshop / discussion
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event74026
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