Many thanks to the National Science Foundation Chemical Theory, Modelling, and Computation (CTMC) program for funding our project to develop theoretical methods for modeling the dynamics of molecules in strong laser fields!
We’ve enjoyed a very fruitful collaboration with the Dantus group–world-leading experts in laser pulse shaping–for a number of years now. We are very grateful to the NSF for supporting our latest effort to develop strategies to control energy flow in large molecules in the condensed phase through a QLC-EAGER grant. Thanks NSF!
The Levine group is grateful to the Dept. of Energy Computational and Theoretical Chemistry program for funding our work to develop methods to accurately model electronic and electron-nuclear dynamics in nanomaterials!
Many thanks to the Molecular Dynamics and Theoretical Chemistry program at AFOSR for supporting our work modeling the dynamics of chemical reaction at energies near the ionization potential!
Many thanks to the National Science Foundation for supporting our project on Accurate Nonadiabatic Dynamics at Conical Intersections in Nanomaterials (CHE-1565634)! This project is funded by the Chemical Models, Theory and Computational Methods program.
Many thanks to NVidia for a generous donation of hardware!