Published on *QUROPE* (http://qurope.eu)

Wed, 2016-10-05 20:14 - Francoise Remacle [1]
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Research Type:

Theory

The TCP group research activities focus on the theory and modeling of the dynamics of molecular systems subject to external perturbations, with applications to

- Molecular logic using quantum intra- and inter- molecular dynamics, with special emphasis on the implementation of massively parallel logic operations and multivalued logic and to quantum computing
- Attochemistry: control of chemical reactivity by ultrafast (attosecond) optical excitation in molecules
- Quantum dynamics of excited states in dense level systems and the control of energy and charge transfer : polyatomic molecules, high molecular Rydberg states, site-selected reactivity in small ionized peptides, arrays of metallic quantum dots
- Electronic, structural, optical, transport and magnetic properties of molecular and nanosystems
- Systems biology: Information Theoretic Approach for the analysis of high throughput genomic and proteomic data

Leader:

Francoise Remacle

University of Liege

Allee du 6 aout, 11, B6c

Liege 4000
Belgium

50° 38' 6.2736" N, 5° 33' 46.3932" E
**Links:**

[1] http://qurope.eu/users/fremacle

[2] http://www.tcp.ulg.ac.be

[3] http://qurope.eu/category/virtual-facility/quantum-control

[4] http://qurope.eu/category/virtual-institute/quantum-computation

[5] http://qurope.eu/category/virtual-institute/quantum-information-theory

[6] http://qurope.eu/category/virtual-institute/quantum-simulation

[7] http://qurope.eu/category/projects/other