9 April

4 pm CET — 10 am EDT – 11 pm JST (please mind daylight saving time!)

Maxim Gelin (School of Science, Hangzhou Dianzi University, CN)

“Modeling of exciton-vibrational dynamics with many degrees of freedom at finite temperature and simulation of nonlinear spectroscopic signals”

Jürgen Hauer (TUM Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Münich, DE)

“The benefits of 5th order 2D electronic spectroscopy”


Best Young Scientist Webinar Winner!

Congratulations to Albert Liu who won the public vote for the best young scientist webinar! The winner was awarded a €200 book voucher. The two runner-up speakers were each awarded a €100 book voucher. The prizes are kindly sponsored by Monstrsense.


26 March Young Scientists Webinar

4 pm CET — 11 am EDT – 0 am (next day) JST (please mind daylight saving time!)

Format: 20 mins talk plus 10 mins discussion

Pavel Malý (Institut Für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, DE)

“From pump–probe to six-wave mixing 2DES: Comparing coherence- and population-based detection”

Stephanie Marie Hart (Department of Chemistry, MIT, Boston, MA)

“Exploring exciton dynamics in DNA-chromophore assemblies”

Albert Liu (Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, CFEL Hamburg , DE)

“Bright-Triplet Excitons and Phonon Coupling in Colloidal Nanocrystals”

There will be a Young Scientist Award for the best talk so that attend the webinar to determine the winner!


More than 500 participants of CMDSonline registered!

Mantas Jakučionis, a PhD student from Institute of Chemical Physics, Vilnius University, LT, became the 500th participant of CMDSonline! As a gift from the organizers, he will receive a book “Concepts and Methods of 2D Infrared Spectroscopy” by P. Hamm and M. Zanni.


12 March

4 pm CET — 10 am EST – 0 am (next day) JST

Yoshitaka Tanimura (Department of Chemistry, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan)

“Simulating 2D Vibrational and Electronic Spectroscopies: Hierarchical Equation of Motion (HEOM) Approach”

Jessica M. Anna (Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania, PA)

“Ultrafast Processes of Natural Light Harvesting Complexes and Model Systems”