Sherrill Group's Lecture Series in Theoretical Chemistry

Course Description

The following lectures were presented as part of Georgia Tech's Summer Lectures Series in Theoretical Chemistry, for new graduate students and for participants in Georgia Tech's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program sponsored by the National Science Foundation. These lectures focus on electronic structure theory and were prepared by the Sherrill research group. The lectures are being made publicly available in the interests of enhancing education in theoretical and computational chemistry.

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Sherrill Group's Lecture Series in Theoretical Chemistry
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction (47:30) Play Video
2 Hartree-Fock Method, Part 1 (54:17) Play Video
3 Hartree-Fock Method, Part 2 (1:08:20) Play Video
4 Basis Sets (49:39) Play Video
5 Density Functional Theory (1:02:09) Play Video
6 Many-Body Perturbation Theory (33:41) Play Video
7 Configuration Interaction (48:08) Play Video
8 Coupled Cluster Theory (1:05:01) Play Video


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