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KI-Net Conference Announcement

Mathematical and Computational Methods in Quantum Chemistry

May 13 - 16, 2016

Yale University
Department of Chemistry

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In recent years, the area of mathematical and computational aspects of quantum chemistry has undertaken a rapid development. The interplay between applied mathematics and quantum chemistry is important in generating intriguing new research directions for applied mathematics,   in enhancing  the understanding of models from quantum chemistry,  and in advancing the deleopment of efficient algorithms. This workshop will focus on studying recent developments and open challenges in this area,  and on  strengthening the interactions between applied mathematician and theoretical chemists.


This workshop will bring together researchers with diverse expertise on mathematical and numerical methods in quantum chemistry. Our goal is to stimulate interdisciplinary discussions between applied mathematicians and theoretical chemists, with a particular focus on theoretical, mathematical and computational challenges from quantum chemistry. Emphasis will be placed on multiscale problems, quantum-classical coupling, mean-field equations, dimensional reduction, etc.


Invited participants can RSVP and provide the additional requested information about their stay, including the title and abstract of proposed talks, here.

Applications for participation can be made through the Online Application. Due to space limitations, these requests are subject to approval by the organizers.


Victor BatistaYale University, Department of
Shi JinUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of
Qin LiUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison,
Jianfeng LuDuke University, Department of
Weitao YangDuke University, Department of


Lucky AhmedYale University
Victor BatistaYale University
Eric CancesEcole des Ponts and INRIA
Roberto CarPrinceton University
Dangxing ChenUniversity of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Qiang CuiUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Di FangUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Prateek GoelUniversity of Waterloo
George A. HagedornVirginia Tech
Heidi HendricksonYale University
Michael HermanTulane University
Shi JinUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Kenneth JungYale University
Yosuke KanaiUniversity of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Qin LiUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Xiantao LiPenn State University
Lin LinUniversity of California, Berkeley
Jian LiuPeking University
Jianfeng LuDuke University
Yvon MadayUniversity of Paris VI
Nancy MakriUniversity of Illonois-Urbana Champaign
Dionisios MargetisUniversity of Maryland
Reinhard MaurerYale University
Qian NiuThe University of Texas at Austin
Tomoki OhsawaThe University of Texas at Dallas
Oleg PrezhdoUniversity of Southern California
Prashant RaiSandia National Laboratories
Sihong ShaoPeking University
Joseph SubotnikUniversity of Pennsylvania
Cesare TronciUniversity of Surrey
John TullyYale University
Alexander WatsonDuke University
Qin WuBrookhaven National Lab
Kong XiangmengYale University
Dequan XiaoUniversity of New Haven
Weitao YangDuke University
Chao YangLawrence Bekerley National Lab
Aihui ZhouChinese Academy of Sciences
Zhennan ZhouDuke University


A limited amount of travel and local lodging is available for researchers in the early stages of their career who want to attend the full program, especially for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.


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Department of Chemistry
VENUE: Sloane Physics Lab.
225 Prospect Street
Yale University
New Haven, CT




Funding provided by the NSF through the KI-net Grant.