Our chemical review on “Dispersion-corrected mean field electronic structure methods” published last year in the “Noncovalent interaction” special issue received a lot of attention. According to the google scholar database our article was cited over 100 times within one year
The Sanibel Symposium is organized yearly by the University of Florida’s Quantum Theory Project and is well known as the “Theory Meeting for Theoreticians”. I’m very happy that they recognized my contributions to the field and honored me with the
A new composite electronic structure method has been proposed in my recent PCCP communication: The HSE-3c density functional based method combines the excellent results of PBEh-3c with the numerical robust screened exchange treatment based on the Henderson-Janesko-Scuseria exchange hole model.
The Chemical Review by Stefan Grimme, Andreas Hansen, Gerit Brandenburg, and Christoph Bannwarth on “Dispersion-Corrected Mean-Field Electronic Structure Methods” just appeared online. We describe how effective mean field theories can be combined with corrections for London dispersion interactions. The article
J. Chem. Phys. has highlighted our article “Benchmarking DFT and Semiempirical Methods on Structures and Lattice Energies for Ten Ice Polymorphs” as most innovative and influential in the field of chemical physics 2015 (JCP Editors’ Choice for 2015). That means