People

Group 2018
Group Photo (July 2018)

Group Leader

Ricardo Mata Prof. Dr. Ricardo Mata
CV (pdf) | Google Scholar
Room 4.125
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Administration

karin_schoppe Karin Schoppe
Room 4.126
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Academic Staff

Oswald (picture) Dr. Rainer Oswald
Research Topics:
Room 4.124
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Guest Scientist

Ricard Gelabert Prof. Ricard Gelabert
Research Topic: Absorption and Emission Spectra of Biomolecules
Room 4.120
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Post Docs

Jonny Proppe Dr. Jonny Proppe (BENCh)
Research Topics: Machine learning density functionals, prediction of chemical reactivity
Room 4.117
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Jon Uranga Dr. Jon Uranga
Research Topics: Enzyme reactivity and communication
Room 4.120
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Axel Wuttke Dr. Axel Wuttke
Research Topics:
Room 4.117
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PhD Students

Xaiza Aniban Xaiza Aniban (BENCh)
Research Topics: Local orbital analysis of electronic correlation in molecular systems
Room 4.115
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Anton Römer Anton Römer (SFB 1073)
Research Topics: Theoretical studies of small molecule activation processes
Room 4.115
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Master Students

Lukas Hasecke Lukas Hasecke
Research Topics: Computational studies of inhibition mechanisms in human 20S proteosome
Room 4.115
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Bjorn Hein-Janke Björn Hein-Jank
Research Topics: An automated robust nudged elastic band method in internal coordinates
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Johannes Kircher Johannes Kircher
Research Topics: Routine prediction of chemical kinetics
Room 4.115
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Jin Ye Jin Ye
Research Topics: Calculation of bond dissociation free energy
Room 4.128
Tel. +49-(551) 39-23457
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Bachelor Students

Johannes Diedrich Johannes Diedrich
Research Topics: Molecular descriptors for machine-learning density functionals
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Maike Mucke Maike Mücke
Research Topics: Data selection algorithms for machine learned density functionals
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David Prekel David Prekel
Research Topics: Computational studies of site-specific reactivity in human 20S proteosome
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