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Currently I am a postdoctoral fellow at the MATHERIALS team of the CERMICS laboratory, ENPC, and Inria Paris. Additionally I am affiliated to the ISCD at Sorbonne Université.
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My research and my projects
My research revolves around developing and implementing algorithms for the quantum-chemical modelling of atoms, molecules and solids.
I investigate, for example, how unusual basis functions (like exponentially decaying Coulomb-Sturmians) could be employed when solving the fundamental equations of quantum chemistry. Related to this it is my aim to design quantum-chemical software in a way that it is modular and enables experimentation on all levels. Read more ...
My teaching activities
Since the beginning of my PhD I have been involved with tutoring in introductory classes for chemistry or computer science students and offered a couple of short courses about scripting and programming. Furthermore I regularly help organising a summer school for year 12 pupils, in which we e.g. offered a course about basic quantum chemistry. Teaching overview ...