|The LAMM’s Computational branch interests focus on the electronic structure of inorganic systems.
A miscellany of computational methods (MM, DFT, post-HF) are applied to a range of problems involving transition- and lanthanides-metal chemistry in isolated, bulk, and hybrid phases (surfaces and SAM): electronic structure, magnetic properties, and reactivity.
Our work mainly involves very close interactions with the experimental LAMM’s branches and national/international research groups.
Federico Totti (Principal Investigator)
Andrea Albino (PhD student)
Sara Giachetti (Technician)
last update: 09-Mar-2020