Molecular Simulation of Charge Transfer

It is our pleasure to invite you to a John van Geuns and ACMM sponsored mini-symposium on "Molecular Simulation of Charge Transfer". The symposium is free of charge and registration is not required.

Program:

9.15 Coffee & Welcome
9.30 Bernd Ensing (University of Amsterdam)
Molecular Simulations in Electrochemistry
10.00 Michiel Sprik (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
John van Geuns Lecture entitled Aqueous Transition Metal Cations as Impurities in a Wide Gap Oxide: The Cu2+/Cu1+ and Ag2+/Ag1+ Redox Couples Revisited
10.45 coffee break
11.00 Marialore Sulpizi (University of Mainz, Germany)
Surface acidity from first principle simulations
11.45 Francesco Buda (University of Leiden)
Charge transfer and coherent dynamics in natural and artificial systems
12.30 closing

The symposium speakers will be available for further discussion in the early afternoon. The symposium is followed by the PhD defence at 15.00 hr. in the Aula (Spui, Amsterdam) by Mr. Murat Kilic of his thesis Molecular Simulations in Electrochemistry – Electron and proton transfer reactions mediated by flavins in different molecular environments.

We are looking forward to welcome you at the mini-symposium.

Organisers: Bernd Ensing and Evert Jan Meijer