The group develops and applies electronic structure methods for the description of groundstate and excited state properties of nanostructured materials. We have activities within the following areas:
- Many-body methods for highly accurate total energy calculations
- Ab-initio modeling of quasiparticles like plasmons and excitons in nanostructured materials
- Novel two-dimensional materials like graphene and MoS2 and their heterostructures
- Charge transport and -transfer at metal/molecule interfaces, e.g. molecular electronic devices
- Energy materials including materials for water splitting and dye-sensitized solar cells
The Danish Council for Independent Research’s Sapere Aude program is funding the project:
“Quantum theory of organic interfaces for opto-electronic applications”.
We are part of the Danish National Research Foundation's Center of Excellence: Center for Nanostructured Graphene
We are part of the Novel Materials Discovery Laboratory (NoMaD)
- a Center of Excellence under the EU H2020 e-Infrastructure programme for computing applications.