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Computational and Dynamics

Working to understand fundamental chemical processes in order to underpin future advances in chemistry and molecular physics.

The Computational and Dynamics research grouping works to understand fundamental chemical processes in order to underpin future advances in chemistry and molecular physics. We develop and use the tools of quantum mechanics, laser manipulation and control, and computational chemistry to understand classical and quantum dynamics, electronic structure and materials.
About Us

Computational and Dynamics

Develop the fundamental scientific understanding that underpins chemical and physical processes through the development and use of computational quantum and classical mechanics, and by applying laser manipulation and innovative spectroscopic methods. 

1. Develop and apply novel methods at ultra-cold temperatures to enable new quantum technologies enabled by £6.7M QSUM grant;

2. Exploit sensitive new spectroscopic methods to advance health-care technologies.

3. Design and use methods to understand photon and electron driven chemistry in materials, the atmosphere and the interstellar medium.

 

Members

Research Grouping Leader: Dr David Carty

Jeremy Hutson, Jan Verlet, David Tozer, Basile Curchod, Mark Miller, Mark Wilson, Eckart Wrede