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Welcome to the website of the MQDNano workshop in Varadero

We are pleased to announce the Workshop on Multidimensional Quantum Dynamics at the Nanoscale: Method Development and Applications (MQDNano), to be held in the Hotel Memories Varadero (Cuba) from the 17th to the 20th of March 2020

The scope of the workshop covers several aspects related to quantum dynamics of nanoscaled systems (e.g., quantum mechanical modeling of nanomaterials, energy- and time resolved molecular spectroscopy, functional materials, development and implementation of quantum and semiclassical computer simulation methods to study many-body systems).

The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers from America and Europe actively working in related fields, and to foster new interactions and collaborations within this community. In particular, the workshop aims to consolidate the ongoing formation of a scientific network to strengthen the cooperation between researchers in Europe, North- and South-America on this topic.  The consortium involves at present 19 universities and research centers of 9 countries. The workshop will count with the participation of leading experts in this field, both members of the proposed collaborative network and other potential stakeholders.

The programme consists of invited talks, group discussions, and poster sessions.

List of participants:

Peter Saalfrank (University of Potsdam)

Tillmann Klamroth (University of Potsdam)

Foudhil Bouakline (University of Potsdam)

Oliver Khün (University of Rostock)

Annika Bande (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin)

Pascal Krause (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin)

Burkhard Schmidt (Free University of Berlin)

Gabriel Bester (University of Hamburg)

Thomas Heine (Technical University of Dresden)

Aliezer Martinez-Mesa (University of Havana)

Llinersy Uranga-Pina (University of Havana)

Jesús Rubayo-Soneira (InSTEC, Havana)

Germán Rojas Lorenzo (InSTEC, Havana)

Heriberto Fabio Busnengo (National University of Rosario)

Sebastián Fernández-Alberti (National University of Quilmes)

Federico Pont (National University of Cordoba)

Maikel Y. Ballester Furones (Federal University of Juiz de Fora)

Jean Christophe Tremblay (University of Lorraine)

Tomás González Lezana (Spanish National Research Council)

Sergey Yurchenko (University College London)

Jean Michel Rost (Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems)

Minh Nguyen (University of Leuven)

Pascal Larregaray (University of Bordeaux)

Craig Martens (University of California, Irvine)

Kaline Coutinho (University of Sao Paulo)

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