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  2018  

256) L. González
tba.
Dublin (Ireland), 27th IUPAC Symposium in Photochemistry (S.J. Quinn, M.A. Garcia-Garibay), 08.07.2018 – 13.07.2018

255) L. González
tba.
Pisa (Italy), Meeting “Photoinduced processes in embedded systems”, University of Pisa (B. Mennucci, C. Filippi), 24.06.2018 – 27.06.2018

254) L. González
tba.
Hamburg (Germany), CFEL Theory Seminar, Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL) (S. Sang-Kil), 28.03.2018

253) L. González
tba.
Los Angeles (USA), APS March Meeting 2018 (T. Shiozaki, L. Gagliardi), 05.03.2018 – 09.03.2018

252) L. González
tba.
Würzburg (Germany), Symposium on Molecular Biradicals, GRK 2112 (I. Fischer), 27.02.2018 – 02.03.2018

  2017  

251) L. González
tba.
Donostia-San Sebastián (Spain), Yáñez Workshop, Donostia International Physics Center (J. M. Ugalde), 26.10.2017 – 27.10.2017

250) L. González
tba.
Zürich (Switzerland), Department seminar, Department of Chemistry, University of Zürich (S. Luber), 26.09.2017

249) L. González
Photostability and Photodamage in DNA Building Blocks
Munich (Germany), WATOC conference 2017 (C. Ochsenfeld), 27.08.2017 – 01.09.2017

248) L. González, J. J. Nogueira, F. Plasser
How delocalized is photoexcitation in DNA?
Cancun (Mexico), 13th Femtochemistry Conference, 12.08.2017 – 17.08.2017

247) F. Plasser, S. A. Mewes, S. Mai, J. J. Nogueira, A. Dreuw, L. González
New Tools for the Analysis of Electronic Excitation Processes
Strasbourg (France), International Conference on Photochemistry 2017, 16.07.2017 – 21.07.2017

246) L. González
Excited states, Solvation Effects and Ultrafast Nonadiabatic Dynamics of Transition Metal Complexes
Oxford (UK), 22nd International Symposium on Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds (J. Weinstein), 09.07.2017 – 14.07.2017

245) L. González
Photodynamics in DNA building blocks
Nijmegen (Netherlands), International Symposium on Molecular Beams 2017 (B. van der Meerakker), 25.06.2017 – 30.06.2017

244) M. De Vetta, J. J. Nogueira, D. Steen, I. Corral, A. Wiehe, L. González
Thermal Stability of Liposome Drug Carriers Investigated by Classical Molecular Dynamics
Putten (Netherlands), FemEx Netherlands 2017, 22.06.2017 – 25.06.2017

243) P. A. Sánchez-Murcia
Theoretical study of the photochemical properties of polypyridyl Ru(II) complexes at the interface solution/lipid membrane
Putten (Netherlands), FemEx Netherlands 2017, 22.06.2017 – 25.06.2017

242) L. González
News from DNA under the Sun: a Theoretician’s View
Heidelberg (Germany), Chemische Gesellschaft zu Heidelberg (G. Helmchen), 20.06.2017

241) F. Plasser
Trajectory Surface Hopping with a Linear Vibronic Coupling Model
Nancy (France), DeNeTheor Meeting (X. Assfeld), 30.05.2017

240) S. Mai
QM/MM in ADF and Electronic States of [Re(ImH)(CO)3 Phen]+
Nancy (France), DeNeTheor Meeting (X. Assfeld), 30.05.2017

239) L. González
Photochemistry from first principles. Are we there yet?
Paris (France), Invited lecture, L’Oréal (J. Gomar), 24.05.2017

238) S. Gómez
Identification of 1,1-difluoroethylene nuclear-spin isomers via non-adiabatic dynamics
Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Kirrander’s group, group seminar, School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh, 28.04.2017

237) L. González
Light triggered dynamics in DNA building blocks
ETH Zürich (Switzerland), MOLIM Workshop working group 2 (M. Quack), 18.04.2017 – 20.04.2017

236) F. Plasser
Excited State Wavefunction Analysis: From Practical Tools to Esoteric Effects
Pisa (Italy), Molecular Properties and Computational Spectroscopy, 10.04.2017 – 12.04.2017

235) L. González
Excited states and dynamics of biosystems. A challenge for theory
Geneva (Switzerland), Organic Chemistry Department, University of Geneva (A. I. Poblador Bahamonde), 09.03.2017

234) M. Gastegger
Dynamical Simulation of Infrared Spectra with Neural Network Potentials
Espoo (Finland), International Aalto-CECAM Workshop on Machine Learning for Materials Science, 09.03.2017

233) A.J. Atkins, S. Mai, M. Pabst, A. Köhn, F. Plasser, L. González
Exploring the Danger Zone: How the Choice of Method Affects Dynamics Beyond the Franck-Condon Region
Mariapfarr (Austria), Xth Workshop on Modern Methods in Quantum Chemistry, 09.03.2017

232) F. Plasser
Molecular Photodynamics Simulation on HPC Systems
Grundlsee (Austria), Austrian HPC Meeting 2017, 01.03.2017 – 03.03.2017

231) S. Larimian, J.-W. Geng, S. Roither, D. Kartashov, L. Zhang, M.-X. Wang, Q. Gong, L.-Y. Peng, C. Lemell, S. Yoshida, J. Burgdörfer, A. Baltuška, M. Kitzler, X. Xie
Steering High-Lying RydbergWave Packets with Two-Color Lasers
American University of Sharjah (UAE), FTAPS 2017, 22.02.2017 – 25.02.2017

230) P. Marquetand
Artificial neural networks and excited-state molecular dynamics
Toulouse (France), Laboratoire de Chimie et Physique Quantiques, Université de Toulouse, 16.02.2017

229) P. Marquetand
Machine learning potentials and excited-state molecular dynamics
Lausanne (Switzerland), Vanicek group, Ecole Polytechnique Féderale de Lausanne, 10.02.2017

228) M. Oppel
Parallel Performance of CASSCF/CASPT2 calculations within Molcas
Jerusalem (Israel), 5th Molcas Developers’ Workshop 2017 (I. Schapiro), 08.02.2017 – 09.02.2017

227) P. Marquetand
SHARC dynamics of nucleobases and machine learning potentials
Bochum (Germany), Theoretical Chemistry Colloquium, University of Bochum (M. Römelt), 01.02.2017

226) F. Plasser
Molecular Photodynamics Simulation on HPC Systems
Vienna (Austria), VSC School Seminar, 20.01.2017

  2016  

225) L. González
Environmental effects on the photophysics of methylene blue
Strasbourg (France), Group Seminar, CNRS/University of Strasbourg (C. Daniel), 08.12.2016

224) S. Mai
SHARC – Surface Hopping including Arbitrary Couplings
Strasbourg (France), Group Seminar, CNRS/University of Strasbourg (C. Daniel), 08.12.2016

223) L. González
Dancing with SHARCs: A dynamical insight in photochemistry
Munich (Germany), PC-Kolloquium – LMU München (R. de Vivie-Riedle), 23.11.2016

222) P. Marquetand
Artificial neural networks and excited-state molecular dynamics
Graz (Austria), Boese group, 18.11.2016

221) F. Plasser
Bridging Scales Through Wavefunction Analysis
Marseille, Excited States – Bridging Scales, 07.11.2016 – 10.11.2016

220) L. González
Molecular nonadiabatic dynamics including
spin transitions

Hamburg (Germany), 20. Deutsche Physikerinnentagung (M. Schnell), 03.11.2016 – 06.11.2016

219) X. Xie
Probing and Controlling Electronic Dynamics with Few-Cycle Laser Pulses
Jinan (China), Symposium on Ultrafast Optics, 25.10.2016 – 26.10.2016

218) L. González
Nonadiabatic dynamics including intersystem crossing
Dubrovnik (Croatia), 2nd MOLIM General Meeting (N. Došli&#x107), 10.10.2016 – 12.10.2016

217) F. Plasser
4 lectures
Tianjin (China), COLUMBUS in China, 10.10.2016 – 14.10.2016

216) L. González
2 lectures
Vienna (Austria), SHARC workshop 2016, in the frame of the European Joint Doctorate – Innovative Training Network (EJD-ITN) Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling, 03.10.2016 – 07.10.2016

215) F. Plasser
1 lecture and 1 practical session
Vienna (Austria), SHARC workshop 2016, in the frame of the European Joint Doctorate – Innovative Training Network (EJD-ITN) Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling, 03.10.2016 – 07.10.2016

214) M. Oppel
1 lecture
Vienna (Austria), SHARC workshop 2016, in the frame of the European Joint Doctorate – Innovative Training Network (EJD-ITN) Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling, 03.10.2016 – 07.10.2016

213) P. Marquetand
2 lectures and 1 practical session
Vienna (Austria), SHARC workshop 2016, in the frame of the European Joint Doctorate – Innovative Training Network (EJD-ITN) Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling,, 03.10.2016 – 07.10.2016

212) J. J. Nogueira
1 practical session
Vienna (Austria), SHARC workshop 2016, in the frame of the European Joint Doctorate – Innovative Training Network (EJD-ITN) Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling,, 03.10.2016 – 07.10.2016

211) S. Mai
2 lectures and 3 practical sessions
Vienna (Austria), SHARC workshop 2016, in the frame of the European Joint Doctorate – Innovative Training Network (EJD-ITN) Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling, 03.10.2016 – 07.10.2016

210) V. Krewald, L. González
Electronic structure investigation of osmium and molybdenum dimers capable of dinitrogen photocleavage
Jena (Germany), 25. Lecture Conference on Photochemistry, 26.09.2016 – 28.09.2016

209) L. González
Challenges to describe intersystem crossing dynamics
Toledo (Spain), European Conference on Dynamics of Molecular Systems (MOLEC 2016) (A. García-Vela), 11.09.2016 – 16.09.2016

208) V. Krewald, L. González
Electronic structure analysis of transition metal dimers for dinitrogen photo cleavage
Kraków (Poland), ECOSTBio (Explicit Control over Spin-states in Technology and Biochemistry) fifth scientific meeting, 08.09.2016 – 09.09.2016

207) P. Zobel
Effects of Vibrational Motion on the Excited States of Nitrobenzene
Santiago de Compostela (Spain), CiQUS Seminar, 07.09.2016

206) L. González
Dancing with “SHARC”s: Dynamical insights into light-induced photochemistry
Pisa (Italy), Chemistry for the future 2016 (B. Mennucci), 06.09.2016 – 09.09.2016

205) V. Krewald
In silico design of catalytic entities: electronic structure analysis of dinitrogen photocleavage catalysts and redox accumulating manganese complexes
Bath (UK), MICRA (Meeting of Inorganic Chemists Recently Appointed) , 05.09.2016 – 07.09.2016

204) L. González
Predicting charge transfer properties in transition metal complexes. Challenges from theory.
Sicily (Italy), 4th general Meeting of the COST Action CM1202 (PERSPECT-H₂O) (A. Vlcek), 04.09.2016 – 06.09.2016

203) A. Atkins, S. Mai, M. Pabst, A. Köhn, F. Plasser, L. González
Assessment of functional and wave function method dependence on the intersystem crossing dynamics of CH₂S
Krakow (Poland), Current Trends in Theoretical Chemistry VII (CTTC VII), 04.09.2016 – 08.09.2016

202) S. Mai, H. Yu, J. A. Sanchez-Rodriguez, S. Ullrich, P. Marquetand, L. González
Internal Conversion and Intersystem Crossing Dynamics of 2-Thiouracil
Edinburgh (United Kingdom), 2nd WG1 meeting of the COST action XLIC, 29.08.2016 – 30.08.2016

201) M. De Vetta, I. Corral, L. González, D. Steen, A. Wiehe
Theoretical insight into the photosensitzing properties of BODIPYS
Paris (France), 1st TCCM-ITN-EJD-Workshop, 18.07.2016 – 20.07.2016

200) L. González
Ultrafast excited state dynamics including intersystem crossing. Challenges and case studies.
Easton (USA), 2016 Molecular Interactions and Dynamics Gordon Research Conference (G. Nathanson, S. Matsika), 11.07.2016 – 15.07.2016

199) L. González
Ciencia migrante – Migrierende Wissenschaft
Vienna (Austria), Podiumsdiskussion der
Asociaci&oacuten Española en Austria – Der Spanische Verein in Österreich
(J. Toca-Herrera), 31.05.2016

198) L. González
All you need is light: Photochemistry from first principles
Vienna (Austria), IAP-Seminar – Institut für Angewandte Physik, TU Wien (U. Diebold), 26.04.2016

197) L. González
Direct non-adiabatic excited states dynamics including both internal
conversion and intersystem crossing

Paris (France), CECAM-Workshop “Theoretical and Computational Studies of Non-Equilibrium and Non-Statistical Dynamics in Gas-Phase, Condensed-Phase, and Interfacial Reactions” (Saulo Vázquez ), 11.04.2016 – 13.04.2016

196) J. Nogueira
Why Do Cisplatin and Pt-103 Attack Different Nucleobases?
Paris (France), CECAM-Workshop “Theoretical and Computational Studies of Non-Equilibrium and Non-Statistical Dynamics in Gas-Phase, Condensed-Phase, and Interfacial Reactions”, 11.04.2016 – 13.04.2016

195) P. Marquetand
Strong field molecular ionization: Going to pulses too short for vibrations
Belfast (Northern Ireland), XLIC WG3 workshop: Control of chemical reactivity, 04.04.2016 – 05.04.2016

194) F. Plasser
Extended Wavefunction Analysis for Multireference Methods
Vienna (Austria), Molcas Developer’s Workshop 2016, 30.03.2016 – 01.04.2016

193) J. P. Zobel
The IPEA Dillema of CASPT2
Vienna (Austria), Molcas Developer’s Workshop 2016, 30.03.2016 – 01.04.2016

192) F. Plasser
Algorithmic Challenges in Photodynamics Simulations on HPC Systems
Bratislava (Slovakia), MOLIM WG3 meeting, 21.03.2016 – 22.03.2016

191) P. Marquetand
Molécules et lumière : Un aperçu par des simulations
Montpellier (France), CTMM group, 29.02.2016

190) A. J. Atkins
Non-Adiabatic Molecular Dynamics with Linear Response TD-DFT for Simulating Intersystem Crossing
Mariapfarr (Austria), IXth Workshop on Modern Methods in Quantum Chemistry, 23.02.2016 – 28.02.2016

189) M. Oppel
Quantum Chemistry and Molecular Dynamics on Supercomputers
Grundlsee (Austria), Austrian HPC Meeting 2016, 22.02.2016 – 24.02.2016

188) L. González
Watching molecules dancing
Vienna (Austria), 70. Fortbildungswoche für Lehrkräfte aus Physik und Chemie (A. Lembens), 22.02.2016 – 26.02.2016

187) F. Plasser
Algorithmic challenges in photodynamics simulations
Grundlsee (Austria), Austrian HPC Meeting 2016
, 22.02.2016 – 24.02.2016

186) L. González
Modelling excited states and their dynamics
Leuven (Belgium), Twelfth Edition of the Conference Quantum Chemistry in Belgium (QCB12) (J. Harvey), 16.02.2016

185) M. Oppel
Photoinduced chemical dynamics of nuclear spin isomers
Bangkok (Thailand), Paccon2016, 09.02.2016 – 11.02.2016

184) L. González
Light and Enlightenment: A theoretical chemist’s pathway

Engelberg (Switzerland), Molecular Ultrafast Scientist and Technology (MUST) Annual Meeting (A. Garry), 11.01.2016 – 13.01.2016

  2015  

183) A. Atkins
Towards Simulating Ultrafast Intersystem Crossing Dynamics in Transition Metal Complexes
Jena (Germany), Perspect H2O (CM1202), 09.12.2015

182) T. Hoffmann-Ostenhof
Minimal partitions and nodal domains. Recent results and open problems
Stuttgart (Germany), Visit of the research trining group at the University of Stuttgart, 07.12.2015

181) L. González
Challenges and opportunities to model transition metal photochemistry
Engelberg (Switzerland), COST Action – Joint Working Group Meeting, 27.11.2015 – 29.11.2015

180) L. González
Watching molecules dancing to light
Vienna (Austria), Antrittsvorlesungen (Fakultät für Chemie), 18.11.2015

179) J. Nogueira
Tuning Excited State Properties of Photosensitizers by Rational Functionalization
Lyon (France), CECAM Workshop. DNA damages: modeling and rationalize structure and reactivity, 03.11.2015 – 06.11.2015

178) T. Hoffmann-Ostenhof
Minimalpartitions and Pleijel
Marseille (France), FRUMAM-Workshop: Calculus of Variations and Geometric Measure Theory, 03.11.2015 – 06.11.2015

177) L. González
Ultrafast intersystem crossing
dynamics

Debrecen (Hungary), 3rd General Meeting of the
COST Action: XUV/X-ray light and fast ions for ultrafast chemistry
(XLIC)
, 02.11.2015 – 04.11.2015

176) S. G&oacutemez
Two-dimensional spectroscopy of coupled nuclear and electronic motion
Debrecen (Hungary), 3rd General Meeting of the COST Action: XUV/X-ray light and fast ions for ultrafast chemistry (XLIC), 02.11.2015 – 04.11.2015

175) J. P. Zobel
Effects of Vibrational Motion on the Excited States of Nitrobenzene
Madrid (Spain), 4th Workshop on Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling
(TCCM)
, 05.10.2015 – 06.10.2015

174) W. Jakubetz
Will STIRAP survive in a dense web of vibrational states?
Kaiserslautern (Germany), Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage in Physics, Chemistry and Technology
International Symposium
(Prof. K. Bergmann, Prof. R. Shore, Prof. N. Vitano), 22.09.2015 – 25.09.2015

173) F. Plasser
Understanding Electronic Excitations in Complex Systems
Innsbruck (Austria), 16. Österreichische Chemietage, GÖCH, 21.09.2015 – 24.09.2015

172) L. González
Excited States for Complex Systems: Phase-Space Sampling and
Environment

Potsdam (Germany), 51st Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, STC 2015 (Prof. P. Saalfrank ), 20.09.2015 – 24.09.2015

171) P. Marquetand
Neural networks and semiclassical dynamics
Banská Bystrica (Slovakia), 14th Central European Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry (M. Medved), 06.09.2015 – 09.09.2015

170) L. Freitag
Using computational chemistry to design Ru photosensitisers with directional charge transfer
Gdańsk (Poland), COST Action CM1202 (PERSPECT-H₂O)
General Meeting
, 02.09.2015 – 04.09.2015

169) F. Plasser
Efficient Computation of Wavefunction Overlaps for Non-Adiabatic Interactions and Wavefunction Analysis
Fulda (Germany), 10th European Conference on Computational Chemistry, 31.08.2015 – 03.09.2015

168) J. J. Nogueira
QM/MM-Based Rational Design of Photosensitizers
Fulda (Germany), 10th European Conference on Computational Chemistry, 31.08.2015 – 03.09.2015

167) P. Marquetand
Semiclassical molecular dynamics and artificial neural networks
Marne – La Vallée (France), MOLIM general meeting (M. Hochlaf), 27.08.2015 – 29.08.2015

166) L. González
Shining light on transition metal complexes – Challenges for theory
Belgrade (Serbia), Third scientific workshop – Annual Meeting ECostBio, 24.08.2015 – 25.08.2015

165) M. Ruckenbauer
Simulation and Interpretation of Experimental Data – The case of cytosine TRPES and what we can learn from it
Wien (Austria), Workshop TU Wien: Multidimensional Electronic Spectroscopy: Theory, Experiment and Future Trends, 27.07.2015 – 28.07.2015

164) L. González
Chemical implications of spin
Hamburg (Germany), The Hamburg Conference on Femtochemistry, FEMTO12 (Prof. J. Küpper ), 12.07.2015 – 17.07.2015

163) L. González
Revolving around Spin: from Nuclear Spin Isomers to Intersystem Crossing Dynamics
Salamanca (Spain), Quantum Reactive Scattering XIII (Dr. O. Roncero), 06.07.2015 – 10.07.2015

162) L. González
From photostability to photodamage in DNA: insights from molecular dynamics
Barcelona (Spain), The Institute of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry of the Universitat de Barcelona (IQTCUB) (Dr. M. Deumal), 03.07.2015

161) M. Oppel
Photoinduced Dynamics including Spin
Amsterdam (Netherlands), Division of Theoretical Chemistry of the VU Amsterdam (Dr. Sergio Lopez), 29.06.2015

160) L. González
Shinning light on transition metal complexes: theory and applications
Vienna (Austria), Research Seminar, Technical University of Vienna (Prof. K. Kirchner), 18.06.2015

159) L. González
Molecules and Light. A theoretical insight
Graz (Austria), University of Graz, Department of Chemistry (Prof. A. D. Boese), 22.05.2015

158) P. Marquetand
Kalman filter training
Berlin (Germany), From Many-Body Hamiltonians to Machine Learning and Back (M. Rupp ), 11.05.2015 – 13.05.2015

157) L. González
Ultrafast Intersystem Crossing Dynamics
Nantes (France), Marches – Modelling multi-Photochromes (Prof. D. Jacquemin), 21.04.2015 – 24.04.2015

156) T. Hoffmann–Ostenhof
Mininimal partitions: Results and open problems
Université Aix Marseille (France), Workshop: Geometric and Spectral Analysis, 13.04.2015

155) M. Oppel
The COLUMBUS-MOLCAS interface
Siena (Italy), MOLCAS Developers’ Workshop 2015 (Massimo Olivucci/Roland Lindh), 12.04.2015 – 14.04.2015

154) L. González
Describing intersystem crossing dynamics
Strasbourg (France), Université Louis Pasteur, Group Seminar (Prof. C. Daniel), 26.02.2015

153) L. González
Intersystem crossing in photochemistry
Nancy (France), Universite de Lorraine, Group Seminar (Prof. X. Assfeld), 25.02.2015

152) L. Freitag
Exploring Electronic Structure and Photodynamics of Ruthenium Complexes. A challenge for Theory
Marseille (France), Scientific Workshop of the ECOSTBio COST Action CM1305, 12.01.2015 – 13.01.2015

151) L. González
Molecules and light: a dynamical insight
Berlin (Germany), Humboldt University zu Berlin, Chemistry Department (Prof. K. Rademann), 09.01.2015

  2014  

150) L. González
Ab initio molecular dynamics studies of intersystem crossing
Uppsala (Sweden), The Löwdin Lectures Mini Symposium 2014, 21.11.2014

149) L. González
Watching molecules dancing
Uppsala (Sweden), The Löwdin Lectures 2014, 20.11.2014

148) T. Hoffmann-Ostenhof
Spectral Minimal Partitions, Results and Open Questions
Wien (Österreich), Seminarvortrag, Institute of Science and Technology, Austria , 23.10.2014

147) J. J. Nogueira
Enhancement of Intersystem Crossing by Intercalation to DNA
Santiago de Chile (Chile), WATOC 2014 – World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists, 05.10.2014 – 10.10.2014

146) M. Ruckenbauer
Surface Hopping with Arbitrary Couplings and Computation of Photoelectron Spectra Therein
Nagybörzsöny, Hungary, CESTC 2014 – Central European Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, 21.09.2014 – 24.09.2014

145) S. Mai, P. Marquetand, L. González
Internal conversion and intersystem crossing in SO2 studied by surface-hopping dynamics
Graz (Austria), XXIInd International Symposium on the Jahn-Teller Effect, 18.08.2014 – 22.08.2014

144) P. Marquetand
Simulating Chemical and Electromagnetic Effects in Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering
Jena, Germany, XXIV. ICORS, 10.08.2014 – 15.08.2014

143) L. Freitag
Exploring Ground and Excited States of Ruthenium Nitrosyl Complexes
Mount Snow Resort, West Dover, VT (USA), Gordon Research Seminar on Computational Chemistry, 19.07.2014 – 20.07.2014

142) C. Rauer
Photorelaxation of Purine Considering Intersystem Crossing – A Joint Theoretical and Experimental Study
Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts (USA), Gordon Research Seminar on Atomic and Molecular Interactions, 12.07.2014 – 13.07.2014

141) L. González
Modelling Ultrafast Photoinduced Spin Dynamics
Sendai (Japan), Tohoku University (Prof. H. Kono), 11.07.2014

140) L. González
Ultrafast Intersystem Crossing in SO_2 and Nucleobases
Okinawa (Japan), 19th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena (K. Yamanouchi, S. Cundiff, R. de Vivie-Riedle), 07.07.2014 – 11.07.2014

139) L. González
Ultrafast spin dynamics in organic molecules
Badajoz (Spain), ESPA 2014 – Electronic Structure: Principles and Applications (Francisco Javier Olivares del Valle), 02.07.2014 – 04.07.2014

138) C. Rauer
Studying the role of triplet states in DNA building blocks
Badajoz (Spain), ESPA 2014 Third Annual Workshop of the Joint Doctorate Program on Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling (TCCM), 01.07.2014

137) P. Marquetand
Molecules and light – with a focus on surface-enhanced spectroscopy
Tübingen, Germany, Fink group, 04.06.2014

136) L. González
Relaxation mechanisms of photoexcited DNA/RNA nucleobases: insights from ab initio molecular dynamics
Porquerolles (France), ibbi14 – Conference on Isolated Biomolecules and Biomolecular Interactions (Philippe Dugourd), 18.05.2014 – 23.05.2014

135) P. Marquetand
Nonadiabatic semiclassical dynamics including spin-orbit couplings
Lausanne, Switzerland, CECAM workshop: Recent progress in adiabatic and non-adiabatic methods in quantum dynamics, 12.05.2014 – 15.05.2014

134) M. Richter, S. Mai, P. Marquetand, L. González
Effects of Intersystem Crossing on Photoexcited Nucleobases
Birmingham, United Kingdom, XLIC WG3: Control of Chemical Reactivity, 15.04.2014

133) P. Marquetand
Strong field ionization, laser control and dynamics of small molecules
Birmingham, Great Britain, XLIC WG3 workshop: Control of chemical reactivity, 14.04.2014 – 16.04.2014

132) P. Marquetand
Dynamics in molecules – from SERS spectroscopy to photorelaxation
Strasbourg, France, Quantum Dynamics of Nanoobjects group at IPCMS, 11.04.2014

131) L. González
Methods to describe ultrafast photoinduced processes
Pittsburgh (USA), PQI 2014 – Pitt Quantum Initiative – Symposium on Quantum Technology (Ken Jordan), 09.04.2014 – 10.04.2014

130) T. Hoffmann-Ostenhof
On some Hardy Inequalities
Torino (Italy) , Kolloquiumsvortrag, Department of Mathematics Giuseppe Peano, Università di Torino, 26.03.2014

129) L. González
Photochemistry and MOLCAS
Alcalá de Henares (Spain), MOLCAS Developers’ workshop 2014 (Luis Manuel Frutos Gaite), 24.03.2014 – 26.03.2014

128) L. Freitag
Theoretical Insights into Excited States and Photodegradation Pathways in Ruthenium Nitrosyl and Polypyridyl Complexes
Jena (Germany), Current Challenges in Supramolecular Artificial Photosynthesis, European
Symposium & Young Researchers Meeting, 10.03.2014 – 13.03.2014

127) M. Oppel
Parallelizing the Calculation of CI-Wavefunction Overlaps on HPC Cluster Systems
Neusiedl am See (Austria), 3rd Vienna Scientific Cluster User Workshop, 24.02.2014 – 25.02.2014

  2013  

126) L. González
Theoretical methods to describe ultrafast photoinduced dynamics
Vienna (Austria), Photonic Seminar, Technische Universität Wien (Jürgen Hauer), 05.12.2013

125) L. González
Ab initio molecular dynamics including non-adiabatic and spin-orbit couplings


Münster (Germany), ESCE 2013 – Excited States and Complex Environments (Andreas Dreuw), 08.10.2013 – 11.10.2013

124) L. Freitag
New insights into electronic structure of ruthenium complexes with ab-initio multiconfigurational methods
Sopron (Hungary), TCCM – II. Annual Workshop of the Joint Doctorate Program on Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling
, 05.09.2013 – 06.09.2013

123) L. González
Disentangling molecular pathways after light irradiation
Sopron (Hungary), EUCO-CC9 – 9th European Conference on Computational Chemistry (Peter Szalay), 01.09.2013 – 05.09.2013

122) L. González
Laser-induced ultrafast processes described by ab initio molecular dynamics
Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts (USA), Gordon Research Conferences on Quantum Control of Light and Matter (Thomas Weinacht), 28.07.2013 – 02.08.2013

121) L. González
Photochemistry of DNA/RNA nucleobases
Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts (USA), Gordon Research Conference on Photochemistry (Bern Kohler), 14.07.2013 – 19.07.2013

120) L. González
Illuminating molecules: molecular photochemistry from first principles
University of Nottingham (UK), RSC Theoretical Chemistry Group Conference 2013 (Tanja van Mourik), 24.06.2013 – 26.06.2013

119) P. Marquetand
Ab initio molecular dynamics including intersystem crossings
Bordeaux, France, QRS 12, 10.06.2013 – 14.06.2013

118) L. González
The art of relaxing. Understanding photochemistry from first principles.
Universität Innsbruck (Austria), GÖCH-Vortrag (Klaus Liedl), 03.06.2013 – 04.06.2013

117) L. González
Chemistry in molecular movies: Understanding photoinduced processes from first principles
Universität Hamburg (Germany), The Hamburg Centre for Ultrafast Imaging, 02.04.2013

  2012  

116) L. González, M. Richter, P. Marquetand, J. González-Vázquez
Intersystem crossing on a femtosecond time-scale in organic molecules
Karlsruhe (Germany), STC 2012 – 48th Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry (Wim Klopper), 23.09.2012 – 27.09.2012

115) P. Marquetand
The role of triplet states in the photorelaxation of sulphur dioxide: a surface hopping study
Ottawa, Canada, Stolow group, NRC, 20.09.2012

114) L. González
Non adiabatic surface-hopping dynamics including spin forbidden
transitions and laser interactions

Mariapfarr (Austria), CESTC 2012, 02.09.2012 – 05.09.2012

113) L. González
Modeling ultrafast photoinduced reactions in the presence of arbitrary couplings with ab initio molecular dynamics
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA), ACS Fall meeting 2012 “Materials for Health and Medicine” (L. Gagliardi), 19.08.2012 – 23.08.2012

112) L. González
The role of intersystem crossing in photochemistry
Bates College in Lewiston, Maine (USA), Gordon Research Conferences on “Electronic Spectroscopy and Dynamics” (Bern Kohler), 21.07.2012 – 28.07.2012

111) P. Marquetand
The Role of Intersystem Crossing in the Photorelaxation of the DNA Nucleobase Cytosine: a Surface Hopping Study
Easton (MA), USA, GRS Atomic & Molecular Interactions 2012, 14.07.2012 – 15.07.2012

110) L. González
Understanding photochemistry using ab initio surface-hopping dynamics
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (USA), Advances in Quantum Chemistry: Interfacing Electronic Structure with Dynamics – Satellite Symposium of the 14th International Congress of Quantum Chemistry (Mark S. Gordon), 20.06.2012 – 22.06.2012

109) L. González
Theory for dynamics and control of ultrafast chemical reactions
Vienna (Austria), Center for Computational Materials Science (Georg Kresse), 11.06.2012

108) L. González
Modelling nonadiabatic photochemistry using mixed quantum-classical
dynamics simulations

FU Berlin (Germany), Festkolloquium für Prof. Manz und Prof. Bandrauk (Beate Paulus), 21.05.2012

107) P. Marquetand
Full-dimensional dynamics using SHARC
Birmingham, Great Britain, HDQD 2012, 12.04.2012 – 14.04.2012

106) L. González
Photoinduced dynamics and laser control in organic systems.
Cluj (Romania), 4th annual meeting of the COST Action CUSPFEL, 21.03.2012 – 23.03.2012

105) P. Marquetand
SHARC – Surface Hopping Dynamics with Laser Interactions and Spin-Orbit Couplings
Vienna, Austria, Gräfe group, 06.03.2012

104) L. González
Photochemistry and control from first principles: from quantum dynamics to molecular dynamics and back
Lyon (France), CECAM workshop
“New QM/MM opportunities for in silico macromolecular spectroscopy”
(Antonio Monari), 28.02.2012 – 02.03.2012

103) M. Oppel
Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics with Arbitrary Couplings on Supercomputers
Neusiedl am See (Austria), VSC User Workshop 2012, 27.02.2012 – 28.02.2012

102) L. González
Nonadiabatic photochemistry using mixed quantum-classical dynamics simulations

Lausanne (Switzerland), Physical chemistry seminar series at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) (Andreas Osterwalder ), 23.02.2012

101) P. Marquetand, M. Richter, J. González-Vázquez, J. Bajo, I. Sola, J. Santamaria, L. González
Mixed quantum-classical dynamics with surface hopping including arbitrary couplings
Alpe d’Huez, France, SASP XVIII, 22.01.2012 – 27.01.2012

100) P. Marquetand, M. Richter, J. González-Vázquez, I. Sola, L. González
Mixed quantum-classical dynamics including spin-orbit couplings and laser interactions
Potsdam, Germany, Saalfrank group, 18.01.2012

  2011  

99) P. Marquetand
First results on IR control of Bromoiodomethane after strong-field ionization
Budapest, Hungary, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 12.12.2011

98) L. González
Light in chemistry: an insight from
theoretical chemistry

Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Vienna (Austria), Seminars
“Computational Life Sciences”
(Gerhard Ecker), 25.11.2011

97) M. Richter, P. Marquetand, I. Sola, J. González-Vázquez, L. González
Dynamics and control of the IBr dissociation by ultrashort laser pulses using the semiclassical SHARC method
Debrecen, Hungary, Workshop on Dynamics and Control of Atomic and Molecular Processes Induced by Intense Ultrashort Pulses – CM0702 WG2, WG3 meeting, 29.09.2011

96) L. González
Shedding light on functional molecules
Santiago de Compostela (Spain), WATOC (M. Yanez), 17.07.2011 – 22.07.2011

95) L. González
Tracking molecular photochemistry with mixed quantum-classical dynamics
Madrid (Spain), The Madrid Conference on Femtochemistry – FEMTO10 (L. Bañares), 10.07.2011 – 15.07.2011

94) L. González
2 Lectures
Cartagena (Colombia) , Workshop “Electronic Structure, TDDFT and Transport” by the Pan American Advanced Studies Institute (Dr. A. Romero), 06.06.2011 – 16.06.2011

93) L. González
3 lectures and 2 practical sessions
Zaragoza (Spain), European School on the dynamics of molecular excited states induced by ultrashort pulses, at the Zaragoza Scientific Center for Advanced Modelling, ZCAM (Dr. M. Alcami), 30.05.2011 – 03.06.2011

92) M. Richter, P. Marquetand, I. Sola, J. González-Vázquez, L. González
SHARC – ab initio molecular dynamics with surface hopping in the adiabatic representation including arbitrary couplings
Erlangen, Germany, 25th Molecular Modelling Workshop, 05.04.2011

91) L. González
Light and molecules: what quantum chemistry and molecular dynamics can teach us
University of Vienna (Austria), Vorstellungsvortrag, 04.04.2011

90) L. González
Light-powered molecular machines.
Why bother with theoretical chemistry?

Erlangen (Germany), 13. Frühjahrssymposium der GDCh-Jungchemiker, 23.03.2011 – 26.03.2011

  2010  

89) L. González
Photochemistry from first principles: structure, dynamics and control
Tübingen (Germany), Vorstellungsvortrag W3, 08.10.2010

88) L. González
Photochemistry, dynamics and control of molecular devices
Lund (Sweden), EUCO-CC8 – 8th European Conference on Computational Chemistry (Prof. R. Lindh), 25.08.2010 – 28.08.2010

87) L. González
Coherent control of ultrafast dynamics using strong field
Colby-Sawyer College in New London/NH (USA), Gordon Research Conferences on Atomic and Molecular Interactions (Todd J. Martínez and Tim S. Zwier), 18.07.2010 – 23.07.2010

86) L. González, T. Rozgonyi, J. González-Vázquez, S. R. Nichol
Strong field effects in halomethanes
Madrid (Spain), International Meeting on Atomic and Molecular Physics and Chemistry – IMAMPC 2010, 29.06.2010 – 02.07.2010

85) L. González
On the deactivation mechanism of DNA bases. What can we learn from quantum chemistry and molecular reaction dynamics?
Sommarøy and Tromsø (Norway), An international workshop: Quantum Chemistry beyond the Arctic Circle – Promoting female excellence in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
(Sonia Coriani), 23.06.2010 – 26.06.2010

84) L. González
Reaction mechanisms and quantum control in molecular rotors and switches
Wuerzburg (Germany) , Institutskolloquium (Prof. V. Engel), 18.05.2010

83) L. González
Molecular reaction dynamics and quantum control of chemistry using strong fields

San Francisco (USA), 239th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (Valeria Kleiman), 21.03.2010 – 25.03.2010

82) L. González
Exploring wavepacket dynamics under strong laser fields
Hannover (Germany), DPG Frühjahrstagung der Sektion AMOP (Prof. Dr. Motzkus), 08.03.2010 – 12.03.2010

  2009  

81) L. González
About photochemistry and time-dependent phenomena
Helsinki (Finland), 13th International Congress of Quantum Chemistry – ICQC (Prof. P. Pyykkö), 22.06.2009 – 27.06.2009

80) L. González
Computational chemistry and reaction dynamics in chemistry and beyond
University of Vienna (Austria), Vorstellungsvortrag, 04.05.2009

79) L. González
Quantum chemistry and reaction dynamics: from attochemistry to biology
FU-Berlin (Germany), Vorstellungsvortrag W3-Professur (Prof. E. Rühl), 02.04.2009

78) L. González
Photochemistry, dynamics and control of chemical reactions
Philipps-Universität Marburg (Germany) , Group Seminar (Prof. G. Frenking), 20.01.2009

77) L. González
Light in chemistry: from structure to reaction dynamics at molecular level.
TU-Berlin (Germany), Vorstellungsvortrag W3 (Prof. M. Schoen), 12.01.2009

  2008  

76) L. González
Conical intersections, dynamics and chemical selectivity
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen (Germany), Group seminar Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Molekulare Materialien (ICMM) und Computer-Chemie-Centrum (CCC) (Prof. B. Meyer), 15.12.2008

75) L. González
Shedding light on molecules: from photochemistry to laser control
Konstanz (Germany), Vorstellungsvortrag W3 (Prof. A. Zumbush), 17.11.2008

74) L. González
Electronic spectroscopy and time-resolved
photochemistry. A theoretical insight.

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen (Germany), Seminar für Theoretische Chemie (Prof. Dr. C. Ochsenfeld), 13.11.2008

73) L. González
Exploring photochemistry and dynamics for laser control
Universität Stuttgart (Germany) , Group Seminar (Prof. Dr. Guntram Rauhut), 11.11.2008

72) L. González
Unimolecular and bimolecular wavepacket dynamics
Université Bordeaux (France), First meeting of COST Action CM0702 : Chemistry with Ultrashort Pulses and Free-Electron Lasers: Looking for Control Strategies Through “Exact” Computations (CUSPFEL): (Prof. F. Martin), 16.10.2008 – 17.10.2008

71) L. González
Multiconfigurational methods and photochemical puzzles in organic chromophores
Elba Island (Italy), ESCMQC 2008 (Prof. Dr. A. Rizzo), 02.10.2008 – 06.10.2008

70) L. González
Excited state dynamics and laser control
Ramsau (Austria), 44th Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry – STC 2008 (Prof. Dr. A. Kelterer), 23.09.2008 – 27.09.2008

69) L. González
Photochemistry, control and dynamics in organic systems
Sydney (Australia), WATOC 2008 (Prof. Dr. L. Radom), 14.09.2008 – 19.09.2008

68) L. González, D. Mollenhauer, I. Corral
Singlet oxygen generation from endoperoxides. Are they really all the same?
Gothenburg (Sweden), XXIInd IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry (Prof. D. Gust), 28.07.2008 – 01.08.2008

67) L. González
Different ways to relax. Exciting nitroarenes and endoperoxides
Department of Physics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich (Germany) , Group Seminar (Prof. Dr. Peter Gilch), 10.07.2008

66) L. González
Theoretical organic photochemistry or how to relax back to the ground state
Institute for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, University Frankfurt am Main , Group Seminar (PD. Dr. A. Dreuw), 30.06.2008

65) L. González
Photochemistry, dynamics and quantum control
Institute for Physical & Theoretical Chemistry, University of Bonn , Group Seminar (Prof. Dr. F. Neese), 26.06.2008

64) L. González
On the puzzling deactivation mechanism of thymine after light irradiation
Debrecen (Hungary), RADAM 2008 (Prof. M.-C. Bacchus), 13.06.2008 – 15.06.2008

63) L. González
Dynamics and laser control of chemical reactions
Institute of Physical Chemistry at the University of Karlsruhe (Germany), Group Seminar (Dr. A. Neil), 19.05.2008

62) L. González
Quantum simulations for selective bond dissociation in polyatomic molecules
Göttingen (Germany), CERC3 Time-resolved Methods for Studies on Chemical Reactions (T. Lenzer and K. Oum), 25.04.2008 – 28.04.2008

61) L. González
From structure to function using light. A first principle approach
Technical Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry, FSU Jena (Germany) , Group Seminar AG Ondruschka (Prof. Ondruschka), 23.04.2008

60) L. González
Photochemistry and dynamics in organic systems
Israel, Farkas Symposium (Prof. Yehuda Haas), 10.02.2008 – 14.02.2008

59) L. González
Laser control of chemistry. Quo vadis?
TU Braunschweig (Germany), Physikalisch-Chemisches Kolloquium (Prof. M. Elstner F. Temps), 08.02.2008

  2007  

58) L. González
Theory for laser control of unimolecular chemical reactions
Kassel University (Germany), ULTRA-Seminar (Prof. M. Lein), 19.11.2007

57) L. González
Laser control of wavepacket photodissociation and photoisomerization dynamics in isolated molecules
Corfu (Greece), International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering, ICCMSE 2007. (Prof. G. Maroulis, E. Paspalakis, I. Thanopoulos), 25.09.2007 – 30.09.2007

56) I. Corral, L. González, A. Lauer, W. Freyer, H. Fidder, and K. Heyne
The dual photochemistry of 9-10-anthracene-endoperoxide
Köln (Germany), ICP2007 XXIII International Conference on Photochemistry (Prof. Axel G. Griesbeck), 29.07.2007 – 03.08.2007

55) L. González
Quantum control of chemical reactions and functions
Creta (Greece), ECAMP IX Creta (Prof. L. H. Andersen), 06.05.2007 – 11.05.2007

54) L. González
DNA mispairs, DNA intercalators and photosensitizers. What theory can teach us
Kiel University (Greece), Physikalisch-Chemisches Kolloquium (Prof. F. Temps, Prof. B. Hartke), 15.01.2007

  2006  

53) L. González
The difficulty of custom-cutting chemical bonds
Northwestern University (IL/USA), Group Seminar (Prof. T. Seideman), 29.11.2006

52) L. González
Lighting up molecules on the way to selective dissociation
Les Diablerets (Switzerland), Gordon Research Conference, Electronic Spectroscopy and Dynamics (Prof. F. Merkt), 10.09.2006 – 15.09.2006

51) L. González
Quantum chemistry and photomedicine: the controversial generation of photosensitized singlet oxygen
Berlin (Germany), Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry Quantum Chemistry, Methods and Applications (Prof. J. Sauer), 03.09.2006 – 06.09.2006

50) L. González
Structure, bonding and photochemistry of metalated non-complementary DNA base pairs
Girona (Spain), VII Girona Seminar on The Nature of the Chemical Bond ( Prof. R. Carba-Dorca, Prof. M. Duran and Prof. M), 10.07.2006 – 13.07.2006

49) L. González
Laser control approaches to selective dissociation
Birmingham (UK), CCP6, Coherent Control of Molecular Systems (Prof. G. Worth), 03.07.2006 – 05.07.2006

48) L. González
A theoretical study of the photochemistry of metalated DNA mismatches
Groningen (Netherlands), 3rd COST P9 Conference,RADAM 06, Radiation Damage in Biomolecules (Prof. M.-C. Bachus), 06.06.2006 – 09.06.2006

47) L. González
On multiphoton pump-probe spectroscopy for polyatomic molecules
Matsushima, Sendai (Japan), XIIth International Congress of Quantum Chemistry, Satellite Meeting, Recent Advances in Theoretical (Prof. Y. Fujimura), 17.05.2006 – 19.05.2006

46) L. González
Structure, dynamics and function from first principles: an excursion from Chemistry to Medicine
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern (Germany) , Vorstellungsvortrag W3-Professur (Prof. G. Niedner-Schatteburg), 10.05.2006

45) L. González
Light and molecules: from structure to function using laser pulses
Frankfurt (Germany), DPG, German Physical Society, AMOP Symposium (Prof. E. Riedle), 13.03.2006 – 17.03.2006

44) L. González
Light and molecules: from structure to function
Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena (Germany), Vorstellungsvortrag W2-Professur (Prof. U.-W. Grummt), 02.03.2006

43) L. González
A computational approach to base mispairing in DNA: Cytosine-Adenine with metal ions and its photochemistry
Al-Quds University, Jerusalem (Israel), Group Seminar (Prof. O. Deeb), 21.02.2006

42) L. González
Doing control experiments on the computer
Stony Brook University, New York (USA), SUNY (Prof. T. Weinacht), 12.01.2006

  2005  

41) L. González and M. Schreiber
On the nature of excited states of metalated non-complementary DNA base pairs
Honolulu, Hawaii (USA), Pacifichem 2005 (Prof. B. Kohler), 15.12.2005 – 20.12.2005

40) L. González, N. Elghobashi, and T. Seideman
Half-cycle and few-cycle pulses to control orientation and bond-selective dissociation in hydrogen-bonded anions
Honolulu, Hawaii (USA), Pacifichem 2005 (Prof. A. D. Bandrauk), 15.12.2005 – 20.12.2005

39) L. González
Molecular machines: from nature to the lab
Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, Cuidad Real, (Spain), II Symposium of Young Scientists organized by the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry., 22.11.2005 – 25.11.2005

38) L. González
Theory for ultrafast excited state dynamics and control using laser pulses
Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin (Germany), Group Seminar (Dr. B. Friedrich), 18.11.2005

37) L. González
Laser-driven quantum molecular rotors
Centro Stefano Franscini, Monte Verita, Ascona (Switzerland), From molecular switches to molecular motors (Dr. J. Barth), 19.09.2005 – 23.09.2005

36) L. González and Jörn Manz
From quantum ignition of a molecular propeller towards laser control of a chiroptical switch: Model simulations for a chiral olefin
Brijuni (Croatia), Laser Control and Molecular Switches (Prof. K.-L. Kompa), 28.08.2005 – 02.09.2005

35) L. González
Theoretical approaches to light induced dissociation and isomerization
University of Vienna (Austria), ADLIS Seminar (Prof. H. Lischka), 17.06.2005

34) L. González
From structure to function: a first principles approach
Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, ETH (Switzerland), Group Seminar (Prof. M. Quack), 24.05.2005 – 25.05.2005

33) L. González
Using light to control structure and (bio)functions
Universität Bonn (Germany), Vorstellungsvortrag W2-Professur (Prof. K. Wandelt), 21.04.2005

32) L. González
Light and molecules: new perspectives for active control
Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig (Germany), Group Seminar, 19.04.2005 – 20.04.2005

31) L. González
Bottom up approaches in chemistry: quantum theory for analysis and control
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (Netherlands), Vorstellungsvortrag Rosalind-Franklin Fellowship (Prof. P. Rudolf), 16.03.2005

30) L. González
Laser induced bond breaking and bond twisting
Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg (France), Group Seminar (Prof. C. Daniel), 27.01.2005

29) L. González
Laser routes to selective bond breaking
Universität Heidelberg (Germany) , Group Seminar (Prof. H. Köppel, Prof. H. D. Meyer), 10.01.2005

  2004  

28) L. González
On light triggering functions: molecular switches and machines
Berlin (Germany), Habilitationsvortrag, 08.12.2004

27) L. González
Femtochemistry and quantum control
Universidad Complutense Madrid (Spain), I Symposium of Young Scientists organized by the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (Prof. M. Sierra), 16.11.2004 – 17.11.2004

26) L. González
Interaction with photons and optimal control
Brussels (Belgium), Cost P9, Working group 4, Radiation Damage in Biomolecular Systems, 30.10.2004

25) L. González
Lasers in Chemistry: taking control of reactions
El Escorial, Madrid (Spain), Summerschool LASER: SPECTROSCOPY AND MOLECULAR DYNAMICS (organized by the Universidad Complutense Madrid) (Prof. A. González-Ureña), 26.07.2004 – 30.07.2004

24) L. González
Control cuántico molecular con aplicaciones biológicas y tecnológicas (Molecular quantum control with biological and technological applications)
Universidad Autónoma de México (UNAM), México City (México), Instituto de Química I (Prof. I. Ortega), 29.03.2004

23) L. González
Manipulación cuántica de sistemas con radiación pulsada ultracorta (Manipulation of quantum systems with ultrashort laser radiation)
Universidad Autónoma de México (UNAM), Cuernava (México), Centro de Ciencias Físicas (Prof. I. Ortega), 26.03.2004

22) L. González
Simulating pump-probe spectroscopy from first principles
Potsdam University (Germany), Seminar at Potsdam University (Prof. P. Saalfrank), 11.02.2004 – 04.02.2004

  2003  

21) L. González
Analysis and quantum control of ultrafast chemical reactions
Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), Vorstellung zur Habilitation, Physikalisch-Chemisches Kolloquium, 06.11.2003

20) L. González
Quantum control of unimolecular reactions
Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), Sfb 450 Kolloquium (Prof. L. Wöste), 04.11.2003

19) L. González
Femtochemistry and control of chemical reactions
Marrakech (Marocco), CHITEL (Prof. M. Esseffar), 07.09.2003 – 12.09.2003

18) L. González
Cracking the code of feedback optimized laser pulses for chemical reactions
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA (USA), Gordon Research Conferences – Quantum Control of Light and Matter (Prof. K. Bergmann), 03.08.2003 – 08.08.2003

17) L. González
Laser control of chemical processes
Barcelona (Spain), 2nd European Summerschool on Computational Chemistry, Reaction and Molecular Dynamics 2003 (Prof. M. González), 23.06.2003 – 28.06.2003

16) L. González
Quantum control of bond selective dissociation: from impulsive to optimal pulses
El Escorial, Madrid (Spain), COMET (Prof. J. Aoiz), 15.06.2003 – 20.06.2003

15) L. González
Deciphering the reaction dynamics underlying optimal control laser fields
Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), Sfb 450 Workshop, ACU II-2003, 20.03.2003 – 22.03.2003

  2002  

14) L. González
Laser control of molecular photodissociation: From impulsive excitations to optimal pulses
Okasaki (Japan), Institute for Molecular Science (Prof. Y. Tanimura), 12.12.2002

13) L. González
Laser manipulation of bond breaking
University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan), Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Prof. K. Takatsuka), 11.12.2002

12) L. González
Laser control of molecular photodissociation: From impulsive excitations to optimal pulses
Tohoku University Sendai (Japan), Graduate School of Sciences (Prof. Y. Fujimura), 02.12.2002

11) L. González
Deciphering optimal laser fields by pump-probe spectroscopy and quantum simulations
Humboltd University Berlin (Germany), Sfb 450 (Prof. L. Wöste), 29.10.2002

10) L. González
Introduction to quantum chemistry of hydrogen bonds
Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), Graduiertenkolleg 788 (Prof. H. H. Limbach), 26.06.2002

9) L. González
Laser manipulation of asymmetric synthesis and competing processes
Department of Experimental Physics, Wuerzburg University (Germany), Group Seminar (Prof. G.Gerber), 12.06.2002

8) L. González
Laser-driven coherently controlled molecular dynamics
Albert Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg (Germany), Sfb 276 Colloquium at (Prof. J. Briggs), 08.05.2002

7) L. González
Control of asymmetric synthesis and competing reactions by laser pulses
Lisbon (Portugal), IBER 2002 -5th Iberian Joint Meeting on Atomic and Molecular Physics (J. P. Santos), 23.03.2002 – 26.03.2002

6) L. González
Control of molecular handedness by laser pulses
Physics Department, Kaiserslautern University (Germany), Group Seminar (Dr. T. Halfmann), 01.02.2002

  2001  

5) L. González
Ultrafast photodissociation of organometallic compounds
Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), Physikalisch-Chemisches Kolloquium (Dr. O. Kühn), 12.07.2001

  2000  

4) L. González
Using lasers to control molecules: selective preparation of enantiomers
Tohoku University Sendai (Japan), Graduate School of Sciences (Prof. Y. Fujimura), 13.11.2000

3) L. González
Using lasers to control molecules: photodissociation of organometallic compounds
University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan), Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Prof. K. Takatsuka), 13.11.2000

2) L. González
Using lasers to control molecules: photodissociation in organometallic compouds
Tohoku University Sendai (Japan), Graduate School of Sciences (Prof. Y. Fujimura), 09.11.2000

1) L. González
From a racemate to a pure enantiomer by laser pulses: quantum model simulations for H2POSH
Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg (France), Group Seminar (Prof. C. Daniel), 12.04.2000