Workshop Details
Advances in Theory of Electronic Resonances (VIRTUAL PARTICIPANT)
07/13/2021 - 07/17/2021
Meeting Description:

The aim of the workshop is to facilitate in-depth discussions of current trends in theoretical description of metastable electronic states. The event brings together people who approach this challenge by various methods ranging from scattering theory to complex absorbing potentials, complex scaling, R-matrix, stabilization techniques, etc. The program will include several introductory lectures as well as research presentations and ample discussion time.

Prof. Anna Krylov, Department of Chemistry, University of Southern
California, Los Angeles, USA

Prof. Ksenia Bravaya, Department of Chemistry, Boston University, Boston, USA

Prof Thomas Jagau, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium


The target number of participants is 20-25 people. The aim is to have a significant fraction of young researchers. If you are interested in attending, but have not received an invitation, please contact the workshop organizer before registering.

TSRC is about expanding the frontiers of science, exploring new ideas, and building collaborations. The workshop schedule will allow for substantial unstructured time for participants to talk and think.

With a workshop organizer's approval, students/post docs/lab members/retired senior scientists can register for $50 if they are not participating as a presenter. Please register at the normal rate and send an email to Sara Friedberg ( to let her know that you would like to participate at that rate. When you email her, please include the name of the workshop and the name of the workshop organizer who approved that participation rate. Thank you!

Meeting Venue:


Advances in Theory of Electronic Resonances (VIRTUAL PARTICIPANT) Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Kolathingal Thodika, Mushir Ul Hasan Temple University
Averbukh, Vitali Imperial College London
Ben-Asher, Anael Technion
Bravaya, Ksenia Boston University
Cederbaum, Lorenz S. Universität Heidelberg, Theoretische Chemie
Chakraborty, Dipayan Radiation Laboratory, University of Notre Dame
Chatterjee, Koushik KU Leuven
Cizek, Martin Charles University,
Dey, Sourav University of Southern California
Dreuw, Andreas Heidelberg University
Falcetta, Michael Grove City College
Fedor, Juraj J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences
Ferino Pérez, Anthuan KU Leuven
Gayvert, James Boston University
Gorfinkiel, Jimena The Open University
Gräfe, Stefanie Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Gyamfi, Jerryman KU Leuven
Haritan, Idan Technion
Hart, Annie WUSTL
Jagau, Thomas KU Leuven
Jordan, Kenneth University of Pittsburgh
Kossoski, Fábris CNRS - UMR5626 - Laboratoire de Chimie et Physique Quantiques - University of Toulouse
Landau, Arik technion israel
Loos, Pierre-Francois CNRS UMR5626 LCPQ
Loreau, Jerome KU Leuven
Luppi, Eleonora Sorbonne Universite
Mabbs, Richard Washington University in St Louis
Martin, Fernando Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Matz, Florian KU Leuven
Moiseyev, Nimrod Technion - Israel Institute of Technolgy
Molle, Axel KU Leuven
Mondal, Soubhik Boston University
Monino, Enzo CNRS UMR5626
Mukherjee, Madhubani University of Southern California
Paran, Garrette Pauley KU Leuven
Parravicini, Valentina KU Leuven
Ptasinska, Sylwia University of Notre Dame
Saalfrank, Peter University of Potsdam, Chemistry Department
Sarangi, Ronit University of Southern California
Schlegel, H. Bernhard Wayne State University
Schwinn, Karno CNRS LCT UMR7616
Simons, John Univ. of Utah
Skomorowski, Wojciech University of Warsaw
Slimak, Stephen University of Pittsburgh
Sommerfeld, Thomas Southeastern Louisiana University
Utku, Cansu KU Leuven
Vaish, Prateek Brown University
Verlet, Jan Durham Univesity
Wang, Lai-Sheng Brown University
Yuan, Daofu Brown University
Zhang, Yuerou Brown University chemistry department

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