HDQD aims at gathering scientists involved in the development and application of quantum dynamical methods for high dimensional systems (accurate algorithms for solving time-dependent and time-independent Schrödinger equation, wave packet propagation, potential energy fitting, path integral methods, Bohmian mechanics, etc.) to discuss the state-of-the-art and the future challenges of the field.
Topics include molecular spectroscopy, reaction dynamics, surface scattering, chemical control, ultrafast processes, electron dynamics, and the physics of Bose-Einstein condensates.
The program consists of Plenary Lectures, Invited Talks, Contributed Talks, and Posters. Participants can apply for either oral or poster contributions. The Scientific Committee will be responsible for selecting Plenary Lectures and Contributed Talks.
We would like to strongly encourage the participation of Ph.D. students to promote scientific exchange with more senior researchers. Financial support might be obtainable upon availability.