Department of Chemistry

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Alessandro and Jeremy hard at work! Potluck at Marco's house to celebrate Jeremy's last week in our group.
Tal enjoying his dinner at the Fall 2015 ACS meeting in Boston. Sijin enjoying her dinner at the Fall 2015 ACS meeting in Boston.
Marco and Tal at the ceremony for Tal's 2015 H. P. Cady Award. Group night out to celebrate Joseph's last week in our group.
Spring 2015 last day of class for the Advanced Quantum Mechanics (CHEM 850) course... celebrating with cake! Second quantization cake for the Advanced Quantum Mechanics course (Spring 2015)
Time-independent Schrodinger equation cake for the Introduction to Quantum Mechanics course (Fall 2014)  






10/04/17 Congratulations to Alessandro, Amy, and Matt for the publication of their papers!

12/15/16 Robert and Ty join our group, welcome!

12/14/16 Sijin and Joseph's (Lawrence High School) paper on EOM-CCSD-PCM benchmarcking was accepted in JCTC

11/27/16 Alessandro's paper with Jeremy, our REU student from summer 2015, on point charge embedding for excited states was accepted for publication on JCP.

10/26/16 The entire Caricato group (except Marco) is presenting at MWRM2016 in Manhattan, KS.

10/20/16 Tal's paper on helicene derivatives in collaboration with the Avarvari group in France is accepted for publication in Chemistry-A European Journal!

08/01/16 Alessandro's paper on electronic coupling in solids using DFT PBC methods is published on JPCC.

05/09/16 Sijin's paper on multi-state extrapolation of UV/Vis spectra is published on JCP.

05/07/16 Matt and Sijin receive the McCollum Award for excellence in research. Congratulations!

12/05/15 Matt and Alessandro give a talk at the Kansas Physical Chemistry Symposium, while Tal and Sijin present a poster. 

12/03/15 Amy Jystad joins our group as a graduate student. Welcome Amy!

11/06/15 Marco's paper was accepted in JCTC


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