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Eric Neuscamman

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, UC Berkeley; CSD Scientist; Gas Phase Chemical Physics Program


Assistant Professor of Chemistry

University of California, Berkeley
Department of Chemistry

Mailstop: Latimer 1460
Berkeley, CA 94720
USA

Location:231 Hildebrand Hall
Telephone:(510) 664-7827
FAX:none
Email:eneuscamman@berkeley.edu
Assistant:

Leslie Dietterick

(510) 643-3599


Programs:
Gas Phase Chemical Physics

 

Research Interests:

Eric derives and implements new theoretical models and related algorithms for the electronic structure of molecules and materials. In particular, Eric is interested in approximations that retain their accuracy even in systems where mean-field-based methods such as density functional theory and even coupled cluster theory are grossly incorrect due to the breakdown of the statistically independent particle approximation. Advances in this area are needed in order to improve our predictive power over chemical catalysis, molecular light harvesting, and materials with non-innocent d or f orbitals.

 


Relevant Publications

https://neuscammanlab.com/publications/