From Monday till Wednesday this week I was invited to the computational mathematics research group of Prof. Dr. Benjamin Stamm at the RWTH Aachen University. In retrospect I am very thankful for the invitation, since the three days turned out to be filled with fruitful discussions, scientific exchange and brainstorming …

read more# Publication of my PhD thesis

Finally, after quite some years of work I have successfully defended my PhD thesis with the title

**Development of a modular quantum-chemistry framework for the investigation of novel basis functions**on 22nd May. An electronic version of the text has now been published online.To make the topic of my …

read more# Oberwolfach reports: Molsturm modular electronic structure theory framework

As announced in my previous post about the Oberwolfach workshop on Mathematical Methods in Quantum Chemistry, the proceedings of each Oberwolfach workshop are published in the form of an article in the Oberwolfach reports. For this purpose each speaker is asked for an extended abstract summarising the content of his …

read more# 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 …

read more# Coulomb-Sturmians and molsturm

Yesterday I gave a talk at our annual group retreat at the Darmstädter Haus in Hirschegg, Kleinwalsertal. For this talk I expanded the slides from my lazy matrix talk in Kiel, incorporating a few of the more recent Coulomb-Sturmian results I obtained.

Most importantly I added a few slides to …

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