Chemical physicist with a passion for theory. My first area of interest was biophysics, but I quickly fell in love with how quantum mechanics can tell us what molecules, atoms, and electrons get up to. Now I try to contribute to our ever more sophisticated understanding of chemical dynamics. You can also check out a brief CV on LinkedIn, or my staff-page at the University of Edinburgh. Most of my papers are listed on Edinburgh Research Explorer and Google Scholar. Feel free to contact me!
Mats works on quantum dynamics and ultrafast x-ray scattering in a Leverhulme Trust funded project. His PhD is from the Danish Technical University in Copenhagen, working with Niels Engholm Henriksen and Klaus B. Møller.
Andrés works on quantum dynamics and ultrafast x-ray scattering in a project funded by the EPSRC. Most recently, he was a postdoc in the group of Prof. Peter Weber (Brown University).
Kyle is working on accurate quantum dynamics simulations of small but complex molecules such as CS2 using a variety of state-of-the-art techniques. Kyle graduated with a degree in Chemistry from Cardiff (where he worked with renowned ab-initio chemist Peter Knowles) and has done research in Hong Kong.
Joe works on simulations of molecules studied in new ultrafast imaging experiments. He graduated from Durham where he did projects with both Basile Curchod and Jan Verlet.
Michael is a student in the MAC-MiGS doctoral training programme and works on new methods for quantum dynamics. He is jointly supervised by Adam and Ben Goddard (Applied Mathematics).
Laetitia is doing her final-year project in the group, working on time- and energy-resolved scattering from molecules.
Dan is doing his final-year project in the group, working on surface-hopping molecular simulations of photochemical processes.