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Director of QTP
Graduate Research Professor of Chemistry and Physics and director of QTP since 2012. His main research interest is in highly correlated methods for electronic structure theory, including the Coupled Cluster Methods and Many Body Perturbation Theory.
Assoc. Director of QTP
Professor of Physics and Chemistry. Her main research interest is in simulation of properties of large clusters, complex nanostructures, and surface effects.
Scientist in Chemistry and Physics and Director of UF Research Computing since 2011. His main research interest is in parallel software design for petascale and exascale machines, time-dependent studies of the interaction of electrons and nuclei in molecules using the Electron Nuclear Dynamics method, and the principles of quantum mechanics.
Assoc. Professor of Materials Science and Engineering. His research interests include computational methods for materials discovery and design (materials genome initiative context) and computational predicition and characterization of nano-structured and 2D materials.
Assoc. Scientist, Chemistry. Research focuses on coupled-cluster and many-body methods and their efficient computational implementation for prediction and interpretation of molecular structure and properties. Code development includes ACES-II and ACES-III.
Professor and former Chair of Materials Science and Engineering. His research interests include multiscale simulation.
Assoc. Professor of Computer and Information Science and Engineering. Her research interests most closely connected with QTP are in software engineering and programming languages for high performance computing.
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John F. Stanton
William R. Kenan Professor of Chemistry. Research interests focus on high-level quantum chemical methodology and their application to challenging problems of molecular spectroscopy. Collaborative software development includes the CFOUR package.
Professor of Physics. Main research interests include (a) theory, modelling and computation of transport phenomena in magnetic tunnel junctions, molecular junctions, and other nanoscale systems; (b) semi-conductor electron mobility and capture cross-section calculations; (c) image informatics in the context of scanning tunneling potentiometry.
Research Prof. of Chemistry, Univ. Florida and Prof. of Physics, Univ. of Utah.
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry. His research interests are theoretical and computational aspects of many-body collision theory, quantum molecular dynamics, many-electron description of time-dependent molecular phenomena, and statistical mechanics of response and rate processes.
Professor Emeritus of Physics. His main research interest is properties of polymers and a non-Born-Oppenheimer formulation of molecular structure theory using the Coupled Cluster method.
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Physics. His main research interest is in time-dependent descriptions of the interaction between electrons and nuclei using the Electron Nuclear Dynamics method and the theory of propagators.
Professor Emeritus of Physics and Chemistry. His main research interest is in the interaction between high energy radiation and matter, in particular the stopping power of materials.
Professor Emeritus of Physics and Chemistry. Former QTP Director and, prior to that, Executive Director, Information Technologies and Services for University of Florida. Main research interests are free energy density functional theory and orbital-free DFT, applications of DFT to nanoscale systems, and methods of multi-scale simulations.
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