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How to Dress a Metal

Research describing how an optical field can modify the electronic properties of a solid was recently published in Nature Communications titled “Coherent multidimensional photoelectron spectroscopy of ultrafast quasiparticle dressing by light“, coauthored by Dr. Marcel Reutzel, Hrvoje Petek, and Petek’s students Andi Li and Zehua Wang. Applying intense ultrafast light pulses, which…

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Press Release: Launch of the pan-institutional CovidGyan Website April 04, 2020   File Remembering Bibha Chowdhuri January 21, 2020   File TIFR hosts flagship Mathematics conference January 16, 2020   File Interviewing neutrino-hunting particle physicist Kate Scholberg December 17, 2019   File An interview of Prof. Miron Livny, a pioneer in High Throughput Computing…

ELIXIR facilitates development of COVID-19 Disease Map

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Based on the rapidly growing body of scientific literature and curated by domain experts, the resource will allow visual exploration and computational analyses of molecular processes involved in SARS-CoV-2 entry, replication, and host-pathogen interactions, as well as host cell recovery and repair mechanisms. The resource will improve researchers’ understanding of…

Supercomputing time for research against Covid-19

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Rebecca Wade from the Molecular and Celullar Modeling (MCM) group at HITS was awarded 3,250,000 core hours on the Marconi cluster at Cineca, one of the largest computing centers in Europe, for the research project “DyCoVin – Interactions and dynamics of SARS-CoV 2 spike-heparin complex.” The goal is to pinpoint…

Congratulations Dr. Karajovič!

Konstantin Karajovič, PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Núria López (ICIQ), has virtually defended his PhD thesis entitled “Theoretical Study of Nickel Phosphide ensembles for selective Hydrogenation” (assigned to the Department of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry of the Universitat Rovira i Virgili) publicly on May 8th. The members of the…

Announcement for the inaugural programme VV2020

Vigyan Vidushi (VV) is a three-week programme for women students at the end of their M.Sc. first-year in physics, which will provide them an exposure to advanced physics topics and research opportunities, and encourage them to take up research in physics as a career option. The students in this programme…
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