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  1. Oberwolfach workshop: Mathematical Methods in Quantum Chemistry

    Last week I was invited to the Mathematical Research Institute Oberwolfach (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach) for a workshop about Mathematical Methods in Quantum Chemistry. I am really grateful to the organisers Eric Cancès, Gero Friesecke, Trygve Helgaker and Lin Lin for asking me to join this meeting as it turned out …

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  2. A new home in a new design

    Finally I successfully managed to migrate my blog articles from the old wordpress blog at blog.mfhs.eu to their new home right here. Thanks to the awesome static site generator pelican this site now works without any of this horrible php in the background, just static html and some …

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  3. A thankful goodbye

    As announced on our group website, Dr. Michael Wormit, passed away in a tragic accident a week ago Saturday, the 14th of March. Michael's loss leaves a gap behind that cannot be closed — both on a scientific and on a personal level.

    I myself am thankful and proud that I …

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  4. PhD Project: Finite Element Methods in Quantum Chemistry

    In January I officially started my PhD in the Theoretical Chemistry group of Prof. Dr. Andreas Dreuw at the Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für wissenschaftliches Rechnen of the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg. The principle aim of the project is to replace the common formalism of using atom-centered basis functions (e.g. Gaussian atomic orbitals …

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  5. SSH through SSH SOCKS Proxy

    Setting up a SOCKS Proxy using ssh

    Port forwarding in ssh is really great. Next to local and remote forwarding there is also dynamic port forwarding that essentially turns the ssh server into a SOCKS Proxy server. This means that you can actually route all the traffic of a local …

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