Singlet Fission in the Fenna-Matthews-Olson Complex – A Talk
Last week at the congress of the Mexican Society of Chemistry I presented some of our results in the study of photosynthesis. Below I embeded the talk. Unfortunately for the wider audience of this blog, the talk is in Spanish (if anyone out there is willing to make subtitles for it I’ll hire you on the spot!)
The slides are also in Spanish although they should be easier to follow for non-Spanish speakers and they are uploaded in SlideShare at this link.
A big thank you to Maria Eugenia “Maru” Sandoval for all the hard work and time invested in this project!
Thanks for clicking!
Posted on October 19, 2015, in #RealTimeChem, #RealTimeChemCarnival, Computational Chemistry, Photochemistry, Photosysnthesis, Talks, TD-DFT, Theoretical Chemistry and tagged Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Excited States, Fenna-Matthews-Olson, FMO, Photochemistry, photosynthesis, Talks, TD-DFT. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.