The theoretical spectroscopy group develops theory and computer codes describing electronic excitations and spectroscopy. The codes are tested on benchmark materials, often in collaboration with experimentalists. They are also used within the group to treat challenging applications, ranging from nanostructures to amorphous materials, transition metal oxides or organic molecules. Applications often combine fundamental questions and technological interest, examples being materials for data storage, for solar energy production or optoelectronics.

hedin_small.png Theory Developments

non-linear Non-linear Optics

Layered Layered materials and Nanotubes

excitons Loss spectroscopy and Excitons

Oxides Oxides and strong correlation

popular_science Larger public