Exciton Energy Transfer-Talk at the Virtual Winter School of Comp.Chem. 2022

I’m very honored to have been invited to this edition of this long standing event, the Virtual Winter School of Computational Chemistry. In this talk I walk through the basics of what are excitons and how do they move or transfer across matter; and of course, a primer on how to calculate the energy transfer with Gaussian.

This is a very basic introduction but I hope someone finds it useful. Thanks to Henrique Castro for inviting me to take part of this experience and to all the professors and students involved in the organization. Don’t forget to go and check all the other fantastic talks, including one by Nobel Laureate and chemistry legend Prof. Roald Hoffmann, at the Virtual Winter School’s website: https://winterschool.cc/

About joaquinbarroso

Computational and theoretical chemist in his early forties, in love with life, science, baseball, and literature. Science literacy makes us responsible citizens, it is therefore a scientific duty to talk, write, and engage with the general public; as Feynman said, if you find science boring, your learning from the wrong teacher. "Make like a molecule and react!"

Posted on March 2, 2022, in Computational Chemistry and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. A(z) Galaxy eszközömről küldveDear Professor BarossoI would like to ask you a question can you give me your email adress?Best regardsLaszlo NemesBudapestHungary

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