As an academic group in theoretical and computational chemistry, our main research interests focus on the excited-state dynamics in various chemical systems. Excited-state dynamics is essential in photochemistry, energy chemistry, and optoelectronic materials, which also presents a significant challenge for theoretical and computational chemistry.
We are working on the challenging and valuable topics in the frontier of excited-state dynamics, including:
(1) the dynamics at the interface between the semiconductor nanocrystals and organic molecules;
(2) the chirality-induced spin dynamics;
(3) the quantum dynamics of the molecule-based qubits.