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Webinar 64: Q-Chem 6 - Dawn of the Next Generation

Webinar 62: Q-Chem 6 - Dawn of the Next Generation

Did you miss our latest webinar, "Q-Chem 6 - Dawn of the Next Generation," presented on June 16, 2022 by Prof. Martin Head-Gordon of University of California, Berkeley?

The video of this presentation is now available to view. Check it out here.

Annual Q-Chem Award Symposium

Q-Chem Award Symposium Webinar Invitation Image

Video presentations are now available for viewing from the two award presentations by the 2022 Wormit Award Winner, Dr. Xintian Feng and by the 2022 Besley Award Winner, Florian Matz.

2022 Annual Q-Chem Awards Webinar Mini-Symposium was presented on June 9, 2022.

Presentations were given by Wormit award winner, Dr. Xintian Feng, "RI-DFT in QChem 6" and Besley award winner, Florian Matz,… Read More

Q-Chem Developer Joonho Lee Appointed as Assistant Professor at Harvard University

Congratulations to Q-Chem developer Joonho Lee on his appointment as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University! Joonho has made many significant contributions to Q-Chem over the years, including orbital-optimized MP2 methods, CCVB-SD methods for handling strong correlation, and periodic DFT. He has also done significant work to make Q-Chem's core infrastructure more modular and easy to use for other developers.

The Lee research… Read More

Florian Matz - Winner of the 2022 Nick Besley Award

Congratulations to the winner of the 2022 Nick Besley Award, Florian Matz! Florian, together with his Ph.D. advisor Prof. Thomas-C Jagau, presented a completely novel computational protocol to evaluate Auger decay rates in atoms and molecules, based on Complex Basis Functions (CBF) method combined with coupled-cluster (CC) and equation-of-motion (EOM) wave functions. This new methodology comes with multiple practical advantages, including access to partial decay… Read More

Webinar 64: Q-Chem 6 - Dawn of the Next Generation

Webinar 62: Q-Chem 6 - Dawn of the Next Generation

Did you miss our latest webinar, "Q-Chem 6 - Dawn of the Next Generation," presented on June 16, 2022 by Prof. Martin Head-Gordon of… Read More

Annual Q-Chem Award Symposium

Q-Chem Award Symposium Webinar Invitation Image

Video presentations are now available for viewing from the two award presentations by the 2022 Wormit Award Winner, Dr. Xintian Feng and by the Read More

Q-Chem Developer Joonho Lee Appointed as Assistant Professor at Harvard University

Congratulations to Q-Chem developer Joonho Lee on his appointment as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University! Joonho has made many… Read More

Florian Matz - Winner of the 2022 Nick Besley Award

Congratulations to the winner of the 2022 Nick Besley Award, Florian Matz! Florian, together with his Ph.D. advisor Prof. Thomas-C Jagau, presented a completely novel… Read More

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