Ten-no group


Computational Molecular Engineering (CS51)

  1. Scalable molecular orbital (MO) theory for large molecules
  2. Development of massively parallel algorithms for the K computer and many-core architectures
  3. Explicitly correlated theory for highly accurate electronic structures
  4. Model space quantum Monte Carlo for complex excited states
  5. Theory of molecular liquids for chemical reactions in solution
  6. Development of novel QM/MM methods
  7. Development of the GELLAN quantum chemistry program
  8. Applications using the developed software


ICQC 2015 Satellite Symposium in Kobe
Novel Computational Methods for Quantitative Electronic Structure Calculations
June 16 - 20
Kobe University, Port Island Convention Hall
RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science

Contact Information

Rooms 704 (Prof. Ten-no) / 703, 705, 807 (study rooms),
Science and Technology Research Building 4,
Graduate School of System Informatics, Kobe university
Rokkodai-cho, Nada-ku, Kobe 657-8501, JAPAN

E-mail: tenno"at"cs.kobe-u.ac.jp
Phone & Fax: +81-78-803-6125