Welcome to the Evangelista lab at Emory University!
We are a newly formed research group in theoretical chemistry. Our focus is the development of new electronic structure methods to address chemical phenomena that are not well understood. Having a predilection for rigorous theoretical approaches that follow from first principles, we are particularly fond of coupled cluster theory, but we don’t shy away from density functional theory.
- February 17, 2014, This year Francesco is going to organize the 2014 meeting of the Southeast Theoretical Chemistry Association (SETCA). Information about the meeting can be found at www.setca2014.info.
- February 7, 2014, We are delighted to welcome Wallace Derricotte, the first graduate student of the Evangelista Lab!
- January, 2014, Added a page for CHEM532 Modern Techniques in Computational and Theoretical
Chemistry (lecture slides, programming projects, etc.)
- December 5, 2013, Francesco delivered a talk to C4 group in Zürich, Switzerland.
- December 2, 2013, The first paper of the Evangelista lab was submitted!
- September 20, 2013, First group meeting of the lab, we are going to meet from 2 to 3 p.m.
- September 7, 2013, Graduate students Arshad Karumbamkandathil, Keon Reid, and Juncheng Yang join the lab for a rotation.
- September 7-12, 2013, Francesco will attend the 2013 Fall ACS Meeting in Indianapolis and present a paper in the Quantum Mechanics in Many Dimensions symposium. The title of his talk is “Adaptive Quantum Chemistry Methods”.
- August 30, 2013, We have a new url: www.evangelistalab.org.
- June 3, 2013, Welcome to Wallace Derricotte, who joins the Evangelista research group for a summer rotation.
- June 2-7, 2013, Will attend the 7th Conference on Molecular Quantum Mechanics (MQM2013) in Lugano, Switzerland.
- April 16, 2013,The paper Orthogonality Constrained Density Functional Theory for Electronic Excited States written with Phillip Shushkov and John Tully was accepted for publication in JPC A.
- April 9, 2013, A public beta release of PSI4 is now available!.