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The ETSF is a knowledge center for theoretical spectroscopy nanotube and a network of researchers carrying out state-of-the-art research on theoretical and computational methods for studying electronic and optical properties of materials. The ETSF gathers the experience and know-how of more than 200 researchers in Europe and the United States, facilitating collaborations and rapid knowledge transfer. Highly efficient computational software plays a crucial role in bridging the gap between theoretical methods and real applications.


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Dear All,

We are happy to announce that on June 14-18, 2021 we will hold the 2021 Virtual School on Electron-Phonon Physics and the EPW code. This is the second event of a series that started in 2018 with the…

At a time when many scientists and students are taking advantage of enforced isolation at home to learn new skills, ETSF scientists*

Job offers

Postdoc position in development and application of excited state decay theories within quantum-classical nonadiabatic molecular dynamics framework

Dear Colleagues,

A postdoctoral position in theoretical/computational chemistry is available at the Faculty of Chemistry (University of Warsaw, Poland) to work in the group of Dr. Joanna Jankowska (http://tct.chem.uw.edu.pl/j_jankowska.html). The appointment is for one year.

The research project, titled ‘Merging Excited State Decay Rate Theories with Semi-Classical Nonadiabatic Excited State Dynamics (PhotoSynergy)’, is situated in the field of computational photochemistry, in a framework of CELSA collaboration with Prof. Daniel Escudero (KU Leuven, Belgium). Specifically, it focuses on developing and applying methodologies that will allow modeling of Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) spectra with on-the-fly molecular dynamics techniques.  

The intended start date is in the fall of 2022. The candidate should have a PhD in theoretical/computational chemistry, with background in nonadiabatic excited-state molecular dynamics as an asset. The total offered salary is 22 000 euro per year (before taxes and the social security deduction).

Interested candidates should send their application in reply to the official open-position call that will be announced soon (July 2022) at the webpage of the Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw: http://www.chem.uw.edu.pl/ or contact Dr. Jankowska directly for more information.

Recent ETSF publications

J. Boust, A. Galler, S. Biermann, L.V. Pourovskii; Combining semilocal exchange with dynamical mean-field… 105, 085133, (2022).
Simona Achilli, Francesco Tumino, Andi Rabia, Biroli; Steric hindrance in the on-surface synthesis of diethynyl-…PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS 24, 13616-13624, (2022).
H.F.W. Dekkers, M.J. van Setten, A. Belmonte, A.V. Chasin, S. Subhechha, N. Rassoul, A.V. Glushkova, R. Delhougne, G.S. Kar; Deposition, Characterization, and Performance of Spinel… 4, 1238-1249, (2022).
A. Kudlis, I. Iorsh, I.V. Tokatly; Dissipation and spontaneous emission in quantum… 105, 054317, (2022).