Computational science in Lyon

Location: Salle de réunion LR6 C 023, Centre Blaise Pascal, ENS-Lyon, France
November 16, 2010


  • Paul FLEURAT-LESARD, Laboratoire de Chimie, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France
  • Claire LOISON , Laboratoire de Spectrométrie Ionique et Moléculaire, Université de Lyon / CNRS, France
  • Cerasela CALUGARU , Centre Blaise Pascal, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France


This first meeting is proposed to gather all of us who uses numerical tools to conduct their research.

The idea was simply to gather people using the same tools (quantum chemistry, molecular dynamics, monte carlo, docking, force fields…) so that we can exchange ideas, or seek some answers among neighboring people. Indeed, we sometimes feel that someone around us might already have the answer we are looking for.

Then, it may be more efficient (or friendly) to create some smaller groups depending on the topics/tools used. One follow-up could be the organizations of short workshops on given topics under the CBP guidance.

Why focusing on tools rather than research topic ? Because we also spent a lot of time on the technical/numerical aspects of our research. Thus, this “numerical gathering” comes from our day-to-day questions.


13h30 Coffee
13h45 Séminaire du Centre Blaise Pascal, by F. Calvo, (LASIM, UCBL)
Title: “On the spectroscopy, diffusion, and dissociation dynamics of gas-phase molecular systems: is vibrational delocalization really important?”

14h45 Short presentation of the CBP and its missions
15h05 Short presentation of our research interests
15h50 Coffee
16h Discussion about next meetings
17h End

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