STC'99 Lectures


Speakers please note: invited lectures should last at most 40 minutes,
i.e., please allow at least 5 minutes for discussion !

H1    B. A. Heß, Erlangen (Mon 09:00-09:45)
          Relativistic Electronic Structure Calculations for Molecules

H2    U. Kaldor, Tel Aviv (Mon 09:45-10:30)
          High-Accuracy Calculations for Heavy and Super-Heavy Elements
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H3    T. Saue, Toulouse (Mon 14:00-14:45)
          Four-component Relativistic Molecular Calculations at Work
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H4    L. Visscher, Amsterdam (Mon 14:45-15:30)
          Relativistic Calculation of Magnetic Properties of Molecules
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H5    E. J. Baerends, Amsterdam (Tue 09:00-09:45)
          The Zero-order Regular Relativistic Approach for Bonding in Heavy-element Compounds
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H6    N. Rösch, München (Tue 09:45-10:30)
          The Douglas-Kroll-Hess Approach to the Dirac-Kohn-Sham Problem.
          Methodological Aspects and Applications
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H7    P. Pyykkö, Helsinki (Wed 09:00-09:45)
          Closed-shell Interactions in Heavy-Element Compounds
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H8    H. Schwarz, Berlin (Wed 09:45-10:30)
          Bond Activation by 'Naked' Transition-Metal Cations:
          Experiment and Theory in Concert
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H9    W. H. E. Schwarz, Siegen (Wed 14:00-14:45)
          Theoretical and Interpretative Paradoxa of Different Relativistic Approximations
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H10  C. Teichteil, Toulouse (Wed 14:45-15:30)
          A New Two-step Uncontracted Determinantal SO-CI Method
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H11  P. Schwerdtfeger, Auckland (Thu 09:00-09:45)
          The Chemistry of Superheavy Elements
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H12  W. Kutzelnigg, Bochum (Thu 09:45-10:30)
          Quasidegenerate relativistic direct perturbation theory
          and effective Hamiltonians for electrons
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Speakers please note: contributed lectures should last at most 25 minutes,
i.e., please allow at least 5 minutes for discussion !

K1    C. M. Marian, Bonn (Mon 11:00-11:30)
          On the Performance of No-pair Ab-initio Model Potentials
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K2    M. Reiher, Erlangen (Mon 11:30-12:00)
          Self-consistent Treatment of the Frequency-independent Breit Interaction
          in Atomic Structure Calculations
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K3    A.Heidenreich Tel Aviv (Mon 12:00-12:30)
          Pump-probe Simulations of XeArN Clusters 
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K4    M. Hanrath, Bonn (Mon 16:00-16:30)
          Individually Selecting MR-CI and MR-Møller-Plesset Perturbation Theory:
          Method and Applications
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K5    W. Wenzel, Dortmund (Mon 16:30-17:00)
          Massively Parallel Implementation of MRD-CI
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K6    R. Gdanitz, Braunschweig (Mon 17:00-17:30)
          Accurately Solving the Electronic Schrödinger Equation of Small Atoms and Molecules
          Using Explicitly Correlated r12-MR-ACPF
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K7    H.-J. Flad, Leipzig (Mon 17:30-18:00)
          Quantum Monte Carlo: Solving the Schrödinger Equation by Chance
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K8    A. Görling, Garching (Tue 11:00-11:30)
          A New Generation of Kohn-Sham Methods for Molecules
          Based on the Exact Kohn-Sham Exchange Potential
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K9    M. Kaupp, Stuttgart (Tue 11:30-12:00)
          DFT Calculations of Magnetic Resonance Parameters for Heavy-Element Compounds
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K10  B. Hartke, Stuttgart (Tue 12:00-12:30)
          An Efficient and Reliable Method for Global Geometry Optimization
          of Atomic and Molecular Clusters
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K11  V. Kellö, Bratislava (Wed 11:00-11:30)
          Electron Correlation and Relativistic Contributions to Atomic
          and Molecular Electric Properties
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K12  N.N. (Wed 12:00-12:30)
          (this talk will be given by the winner of the Hans-Hellmann prize)

K13  M. Lewerenz, Paris (Wed 16:00-16:30)
          Weakly Bound Quantum Many Body Systems:
          3He and Metal Atoms Attached to Clusters of 4He
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K14  T. Strassner, Garching (Wed 16:30-17:00)
          Oxidation of Alkenes with Chromylchloride
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K15  K. Schmidt, New Orleans (Thu 11:00-11:30)
          Relativistic Effects in Quasi-one-dimensional Systems of Metal Atoms
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K16  L. v. Szentpaly, Kingston (Thu 11:30-12:00)
          Valence State Atoms in Molecules and Universal Scaling of RKR Potential Curves
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K17  G. Jansen, Düsseldorf (Thu 12:00-12:30)
          Electron Correlation Effects on First-Order Intermolecular Interaction
          Energies from Brueckner Orbitals
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Dr. M. Dolg (MPI-PKS Dresden),
Prof. Dr. J. Fabian (TU Dresden),
Prof. Dr. H. Hartmann (TU Bergakademie Freiberg)

STC99, Mrs. K. Lantsch, Visitors Program, Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme,
Nöthnitzer Str. 38, D-01187 Dresden, Germany


last update 27.08.1999 by fs