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Research project

SI2-CHE: Development and Deployment of Chemical Software for Advanced Potential Energy Surfaces - Essex/Skylaris - EPSRC

Staff

Lead researcher

Professor Jonathan Essex

Professor
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Other researchers

Professor Chris Skylaris

Professor of Computational Chemistry

Research interests

  • the computational study of chemical processes, especially in problems involving nanostructures and biological molecules. 
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Jacek Dziedzic, Teresa Head-Gordon, Martin Head-Gordon & Chris-Kriton Skylaris, 2019, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 150(7)
Type: article
David J. Huggins, Philip C. Biggin, Marc A. Dämgen, Jonathan W. Essex, Sarah A. Harris, Richard H. Henchman, Syma Khalid, Antonija Kuzmanic, Charles A. Laughton, Julien Michel, Adrian J. Mulholland, Edina Rosta, Mark S.P. Sansom & Marc W. van der Kamp, 2018, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Molecular Science, 1-23
Type: article
Emma, Jill Sutton, Richard Bradshaw, Christian Orr, Björn Frendéus, Gunilla Larsson, Ingrid Teige, Mark Cragg, Ivo Tews & Jonathan W. Essex, 2018, Biophysical Journal, 115(2), 289-299
Type: article
J. Coleman Howard, James C. Womack, Jacek Dziedzic, Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Benjamin P. Pritchard & T. Daniel Crawford, 2017, Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 13(11), 5572–5581
Type: article