Tohoku Univ.
Lab. of Computational Molecular Science

Computational chemistry of solutions and interfaces based on electronic structure theory and molecular dynamics simulation.

Development of new theoretical avenues for chemistry in combination with experiment and computations.

Recent News in Laboratory
Jan.11 Correction list in Chap. 7 of Morita's SFG textbook "Theory of Sum Frequency Generation Spectroscopy" (Springer) is published.
Dec.23 Imaizumi and Maruoka (M2) passed the preliminary defense of their master theses.
Nov.15 Welcome party for the new members was held.
Oct.26-29 Prof. Hyung Kim at Carnegie Mellon University visited us and had seminar and discussion.
Oct.17 Dr. Deepak Ojha (PD) joined our group.
Oct.5 Kawai, Suzuki and Nishida (B3) joined our group.
Sep.26-30 Prof. Morita gave a series of lectures at Indian Institute of Technology Ropar for the students in India.
Sep.19-22 Takahashi, Wang, Hirano, Imaizumi, Maruoka and Ito made their presentation at Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Molecular Science.
Aug.31 Ms. Tonosaki resigned the secretary. Thank you for long time.
Aug.1 Dr. Hirano promoted to assistant professor. Congratulations!
May 30-31 Prof. Susumu Okazaki at Univ. Tokyo visited us and gave a lecture.
May 17-20 Hirano, Imaizumi, Morita made their presentations at Annual Meeting of Japan Society of Theoretical Chemistry.
Apr.13 Our paper in J. Am. Chem. Soc. and a Supplementary Cover Art are published in Issue 14.
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