A few weeks ago, on 23rd November, I was invited to speak
mathematics and chemistry seminar
(GdT mathématiques et chimie) at Sorbonne Université in Paris.
This seminar is a joint meeting of theoretical chemists and mathematicians from the
LJLL (Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions)
and the LCT (Laboratoire de Chimie Théorique)
of Sorbonne Université
and the CERMICS laboratory
of Inria Paris
and ENPC (Ecole des Ponts Paris Tech).
Such a mixed audience provided a good opportunity to present
our recent work on
quantum chemistry framework and our recent
Coulomb-Sturmian convergence results.
Both the feedback and the discussion accompanying
the talk were fruitful and some ideas
how to provide a more mathematical backbone for our empirical observations emerged.
My travels to Paris were supported by the DAAD, which I gratefully acknowledge. The slides of my talk are attached below:
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