Since January 2017, Prof. D. Jacquemin is a member of the advisory board of Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., the reference journal (IF=4.449) of physical chemistry published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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Before the PhD defense.
The referees of the jury.
During the PhD defense.
End of the PhD defense
The PhD thesis defense of Kathy CHEN (WP4) will take place on Wednesday 21th September 2016 in CEISAM Laboratory (Marie Curie Room) at 2:00 PM.
Good luck Kathy!
Prof. D. Jacquemin has been awarded the Craig lectureship 2016 by the Australian Royal Society of Chemistry. He will spend several weeks in the Australian National University in Canberra during the summer of 2016 to present the work of the group and exchange with the local students and staff members.
A new benchmark paper of our group, dealing with the accuracy of various GW and BSE approximations and performed in collaboration with Dr. X. Blase (Grenoble), has been selected as ACS editor choice on June 6th.
See the freely available pdf on JCTC website: LINK
Denis Jacquemin, Ivan Duchemin, and Xavier Blase.
Benchmarking the Bethe−Salpeter Formalism on a Standard Organic Molecular Set
J. Chem. Theory Comput., Article ASAP DOI 10.1021/acs.jctc.5b00304
The PhD thesis defense of Siwar Chibani (PhD1, WP1) will take place on Wednesday 5th November 2014 in CEISAM Laboratory (Marie Curie Room) at 2:00 PM.
Good luck Siwar.
Before his plenary lecture (Optical Spectra with Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory) at the WATOC-2014 Congress in Santiago de Chile (October 5-10, 2014), Denis Jacquemin (PI) receives the Dirac medal from the president of the Watoc, Prof. Walter Thiel.
The Dirac medal is awarded each year to one outstanding theoretical and computational chemist under the age of 40. The medalist is selected by the board of WATOC (World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists)
Denis Jacquemin, the PI of the MARCHES project won the 2014 Dirac Medal. Invited to present a plenary lecture at the WATOC-2014 Congress in Santiago de Chile (October 5-10, 2014), the association will give to Denis Jacquemin the medal during this event.
Denis Jacquemin has been invited to become a member of the Dyes and Pigments’s Editorial Board for a three years with a term starting January 1, 2013.
This international journal treats the scientific and technical aspects of the chemistry and physics of dyes, pigments and their intermediates, more especially the properties of the colouring matters themselves.
This is a recognition of the work of Denis Jacquemin and of MARCHES’ team in the field of modeling dye properties.
The PI (Principal Investigator) of MARCHES project was appointed junior member of the “Institut Universitaire de France” on 24th of May 2012. This is a noteworthy recognition of his research work and its implication.
For more information about “Institut universitaire de France”, you can visit its web site : IUF.