Workshop Details
Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Coupled Anharmonic Vibrations of Floppy Molecular Systems
07/17/2017 - 07/21/2017
Meeting Description:

The purpose of the workshop is to bring together leading experts, theorists and experimentalists, in the spectroscopy and dynamics of systems with anharmonic, coupled large-amplitude vibrations. We expect the systems covered by the workshop to include small floppy molecules, hydrogen-bonded and other weakly bound complexes, molecules adsorbed on surfaces or in the interior of nanoporous materials, biomolecules and peptides, both in the gas phase and hydrated, and water itself. Experimental manifestations of the vibrations in these systems contain a wealth of information about the dynamics, geometries/conformations, potential energy surfaces, and other properties. However, extracting this information is possible only with the help of sophisticated theoretical computations. The latter are very challenging, because of the dimensionality of the problem and the often complex potential energy landscape. Developing theoretical methods capable of tackling such systems is a very active area of research.


A group workshop dinner will be partially subsidized by the Canadian Association of Theoretical Chemists.

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Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 W. Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435

Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Coupled Anharmonic Vibrations of Floppy Molecular Systems Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Althorpe, Stuart University of Cambridge
Bacic, Zlatko New York University
Bajaj, Pushp University of California, San Diego
Carrington, Tucker Queen's University
Christiansen, Ove Aarhus University
Crittenden, Deborah University of Canterbury
Csaszar, Attila MTA-ELTE Complex Chemical Systems Research Group
Felker, Peter UCLA
Garashchuk, Sophya University of South Carolina
Gatti, Fabien University Paris-Saclay
Horsewill, Anthony J. University of Nottingham
Larsson, Henrik University of Kiel
LIU, JIAN Peking University
Mandelshtam, Vladimir UC Irvine
Manthe, Uwe Universitaet Bielefeld
Meyer, Hans-Dieter Theoretische Chemie, University Heidelberg
Miura, Shinichi Kanazawa University
Perry, David The University of Akron
Poirier, Bill Texas Tech University
Quack, Martin Physical Chemistry ETH Zurich
Roy, Pierre-Nicholas University of Waterloo
Scribano, Yohann Université de Montpellier
Sibert, Edwin L University of Wisconsin at Madison
Suhm, Martin U. Goettingen
Tuckerman, Mark New York University
Vanicek, Jiri Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

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