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Pierre-Francois Loos
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Dominique Agustin Sep 16
Happy and proud 😀to announce the European Colloquium on Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms (ECIRM) organised with colleagues from and - 12th-15th July 2020 - Nice program in preparation Do not hesitate to RT
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Pierre-Francois Loos Sep 15
Hi twitter community! I have a PhD scholarship available at the for next year to work on methodological developments around excited states. If you’re interested, please DM me. Please, RT and spread the word around.
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Jean-Philip Piquemal Sep 14
Good read :The Chronus Quantum software package
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DePrince Group Sep 12
We're looking for a postdoc! We have a two-year collaboration with to develop parallel RDM-based tools for strong correlation. If you want to come work with us, see:
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Pierre-Francois Loos Sep 11
Replying to @fxcoudert
Every single code has bugs. If you don’t have bugs it means you’re not coding. Quantum chemistry software are full of bugs, compilers are full of bugs, etc. Doesn’t excuse using Excel but still...
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Pierre-Francois Loos Sep 3
Des perturbateurs endocriniens imprègnent tous les Français et surtout les enfants — via
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Chimie au CNRS Aug 22
| 2019 👏 💎Médaille de cristal : Axelle Grelard, Mathieu Morcrette et Anthony Scemama 🏆Cristal collectif : Infrastructure de recherche en résonance magnétique nucléaire à très hauts champs
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Pierre-Francois Loos Aug 30
Replying to @qchemprof
I’m tired...
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Pierre-Francois Loos Aug 30
Be there or be adiabatically square!!
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Assert Arxiv Aug 28
"Capturing static and dynamic correlation with $Δ\text{NO}$-MP2 and $Δ\text{NO}$-CCSD" is the #1 paper on Arxiv today in chemical physics. Congrats . See it at -> and . Please retweet.
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ChemRxiv Aug 28
Capturing Static and Dynamic Correlation with ΔNO-MP2 and ΔNO-CCSD by Joshua W. Hollett and Pierre-Francois Loos
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Pierre-Francois Loos Aug 28
Replying to @grynova_CCC
Sounds reasonable...
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Pierre-Francois Loos Aug 27
Wonder how to blend static and dynamic correlation together?Check out Josh’s (aka ⁦⁩) latest work on ΔNO-MP2 and ΔNO-CCSD ⁩ ⁦
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Tim Gould Aug 27
Some exciting work with the talented Stefan Vuckovic. I think the MRF and SIL it's based on are some of the most exciting and important recent developments in DFT.
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Pierre-Francois Loos Aug 27
Like my 8-year old would say “aha aha aha” (very slowly)... 🤪
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Jan Jensen Aug 26
Tenure Track Assistant Professor or Associate Professor position(s) in theoretical/computational chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University
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Lars Goerigk Aug 21
Spread the word: the School of Chemistry at is looking for a female Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Theo or Comp Chem. Looking forward to having a new colleague in the near future
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Ewa Pastorczak Aug 21
The much demanded :) open-shell version of our adiabatic connection approach to capturing the dynamic correlation is here (via Lett.):
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Marshall Brennan Aug 20
Just a heads up, I read every one of the author surveys that you complete after submitting to ChemRxiv -- I appreciate the feedback and value getting to champion it. It doesn't take long to fill out and really helps me quantify what people want for the service.
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JCTC Papers Aug 19
[ASAP] General Approach for Multireference Ground and Excited States Using Nonorthogonal Configuration Interaction
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