Research Presentations

Here is a listing of all the presentations, talks, and seminars (other than group meetings) given by members of the group:

  1. J. Hachmann, Harnessing Virtual High-Throughput Screening and Machine Learning for the Discovery of Novel High Refractive Index Polymers, 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting, Symposium on Atomistic and Molecular Modeling and Simulation of Polymers, Minneapolis (MN), Nov 2017. (talk)
  2. J. Hachmann, Advancing Molecular Simulation Methods with Machine Learning, 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting, Symposium on Recent Advances in Molecular Simulation Methods, Minneapolis (MN), Nov 2017. (talk)
  3. J. Hachmann, A Data-Driven in silico Research Paradigm for the Rational Design of Catalyst Systems and the Exploration of Chemical Space, 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting, Symposium on New Developments in Computational Catalysis, Minneapolis (MN), Oct 2017. (talk)
  4. J. Hachmann, A Roadmap to Data-Driven Discovery and Rational Design in Chemical and Materials Research, Seminar for the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos (NM), Sep 2017. (invited talk)
  5. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Virtual High-Throughput Infrastructure for the Accelerated Discovery of Organic Materials, 254th ACS National Meeting, COMP Division Poster Session, Washington (DC), Aug 2017. (poster)
  6. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Discovering Polyimides with Exceptional Optical Properties using First-Principles Modeling, Virtual High-Throughput Screening, and Machine Learning, 254th ACS National Meeting, Sci-Mix Poster Session, Washington (DC), Aug 2017. (poster)
  7. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Discovering Polyimides with Exceptional Optical Properties using First-Principles Modeling, Virtual High-Throughput Screening, and Machine Learning, 254th ACS National Meeting, COMP Division Poster Session, Washington (DC), Aug 2017. (poster)
  8. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Machine Learning Approach for the Fast and Accurate Prediction of Optical Properties of Organic Molecules, 254th ACS National Meeting, CINF Division Scholarship for Scientific Excellence Poster Session, Washington (DC), Aug 2017. (poster)
  9. S. Brown, Applicability Domain of Machine Learning Models for the Structurally Limited Chemical Data Sets Generated by Virtual High-Throughput Screening, 23rd McNair Scholars Research Conference, Niagara Falls (NY), Jul 2017. (talk)
  10. S. Brown, Applicability Domain of Machine Learning Models for the Structurally Limited Chemical Data Sets Generated by Virtual High-Throughput Screening, 23rd McNair Scholars Research Conference, Niagara Falls (NY), Jul 2017. (poster)
  11. S. Brown, Applicability Domain of Machine Learning Models for the Structurally Limited Chemical Data Sets Generated by Virtual High-Throughput Screening, 2017 Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation Summer Research Program Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Jul 2017. (poster)
  12. J. Hachmann, How to Make Data Science Work for Chemistry?, Chemical Sciences Roundtable of the National Academy of Sciences, Panel on Data Science in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Washington (DC), Jul 2017. (invited talk)
  13. J. Hachmann, Rational Materials Design via Machine Learning, 253rd ACS National Meeting, CINF Division Symposium on Materials Informatics and Computational Modeling, San Francisco (CA), Apr 2017. (invited talk)
  14. J. Hachmann, A Data-Driven In Silico Research Paradigm for the Rational Design of Catalyst Systems, 253rd ACS National Meeting, CATL Division Symposium on Designed Catalysis: Materials Genome Approach to Heterogeneous Processes, San Francisco (CA), Apr 2017. (invited talk)
  15. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accelerated Discovery of High-Refractive-Index Polymers Using First-Principles Modeling, Virtual High-Throughput Screening, and Data Mining, APS March Meeting 2017, New Orleans (LA), Mar 2017. (poster)
  16. M.A. Faiz Afzal, ChemHTPS – A Virtual High-Throughput Screening Program Suite for the Chemical and Materials Sciences, APS March Meeting 2017, DMP/DCOMP Division Symposium on Computational Discovery and Design of Novel Materials, New Orleans (LA), Mar 2017. (talk)
  17. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accelerated Discovery of High-Refractive Index Polymers, IPAM Workshop on Synergies between Machine Learning and Physical Models, Los Angeles (CA), Dec 2016. (poster)
  18. M. Haghighatlari, ChemML: A Machine Learning and Informatics Program Suite for the Chemical and Materials Sciences, IPAM Workshop on Synergies between Machine Learning and Physical Models, Los Angeles (CA), Dec 2016. (poster)
  19. J. Hachmann, A Software Ecosystem for the Data-Driven Design of Chemical Systems and the Exploration of Chemical Space, IPAM Workshop on Synergies between Machine Learning and Physical Models, Los Angeles (CA), Dec 2016. (invited talk)
  20. M. Haghighatlari, From Structural Analysis to Fingerprints for Molecular Property Predictions, IPAM Long Program on Understanding Many-Particle Systems with Machine Learning, Los Angeles (CA), Nov 2016. (talk)
  21. J. Hachmann, A Software Ecosystem for the Data-Driven Design of Chemical Systems and the Exploration of Chemical Space, 2016 AIChE Annual Meeting, CoMSEF Symposium on Software Engineering in and for the Molecular Sciences, San Francisco (CA), Nov 2016. (poster)
  22. Y. Pal, Modeling Protocols for ORR and OER Catalysts in Solar Water Splitting and Fuel Cell Reactions, 19th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2016. (poster)
  23. K.S. Rajeswari Vigneshwar, Modeling Degradation of Polymers, 19th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2016. (poster)
  24. M. Haghighatlari, ChemML: A Machine Learning and Informatics Program Suite for the Chemical and Materials Sciences, 19th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2016. (poster)
  25. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accelerated Discovery of High-Refractive-Index Polyimides, 19th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2016. (poster)
  26. J. Hachmann, Modeling Biodegradation of Polymeric Materials, UB CMI Fall Faculty Appreciation Reception, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2016. (talk)
  27. J. Hachmann, A Software Ecosystem for the Data-Driven Design of Chemical Systems and the Exploration of Chemical Space, Theory and Applications of Computational Chemistry 2016 (TACC 2016), Seattle (WA), Aug 2016. (invited talk)
  28. M. Haghighatlari, Trend-Based Feature Selection in Molecular Descriptor Space, 252nd ACS National Meeting, PHYS Division Poster Session, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2016. (poster)
  29. Y. Pal, Modeling Protocols for ORR and OER Catalysts in Solar Water Splitting, 252nd ACS National Meeting, PHYS Division Poster Session, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2016. (poster)
  30. M. Haghighatlari, From Structural Analysis to Fingerprints for Molecular Property Predictions, 252nd ACS National Meeting, PHYS Division Symposium on Accelerating Discovery: Citizen Science, Big Data, and Machine Learning for Physical Chemistry, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2016. (talk)
  31. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accelerated Discovery of High-Refractive-Index Polymers using First-Principles Modeling, Virtual High-Throughput Screening, and Data Mining, 252nd ACS National Meeting, COMP Division Poster Session, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2016. (poster)
  32. M. Haghighatlari, ChemML: A Machine Learning and Informatics Program Suite for the Chemical and Materials Sciences, 252nd ACS National Meeting, Sci-Mix Poster Session, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2016. (poster)
  33. M. Haghighatlari, ChemML: A Machine Learning and Informatics Program Suite for the Chemical and Materials Sciences, 252nd ACS National Meeting, CINF Division Scholarship for Scientific Excellence Poster Session, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2016. (poster)
  34. J. Hachmann, A Software Ecosystem for the Data-Driven Design of Chemical Systems and the Exploration of Chemical Space, 252nd ACS National Meeting, COMP Division Symposium on Emerging Technologies in Computational Chemistry, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2016. (invited talk)
  35. M.A. Faiz Afzal, ChemLG – A Smart and Massively Parallel Molecule Library Generator, 252nd ACS National Meeting, COMP Division Symposium on Designing Chemical Libraries for Screening, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2016. (talk)
  36. Y. Tian, Inheritance of Molecular Orbital Energies from Monomer Building Blocks to Larger Copolymers in Organic Semiconductors, University at Buffalo MSc Thesis Defense Seminar, Buffalo (NY), Aug 2016. (talk)
  37. J. Hachmann, A Software Ecosystem for the Data-Driven Design of Chemical Systems and the Exploration of Chemical Space, 48th Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference (MWTCC 2016), Pittsburgh (PA), Jun 2016. (talk)
  38. Y. Pal, Modeling Protocols for ORR and OER catalysts in Solar Water Splitting and Fuel Cell Reactions, 48th Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference (MWTCC 2016), Pittsburgh (PA), Jun 2016. (poster)
  39. M. Haghighatlari, Substructure Based Fingerprints for Molecular Property Predictions, 48th Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference (MWTCC 2016), Pittsburgh (PA), Jun 2016. (poster)
  40. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accelerated Discovery of High-Refractive-Index Polymers Using First-Principles Modeling, Virtual High-Throughput Screening, and Data Mining, 48th Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference (MWTCC 2016), Pittsburgh (PA), Jun 2016. (poster)
  41. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accelerated Discovery of Organic Polymers for Optical Applications, 2016 UB CBE Graduate Student Seminar, Buffalo (NY), May 2016. (invited talk)
  42. J. Hachmann, Big Data and Machine Learning in Chemical and Materials Research, 2016 UB CDSE Days, Buffalo (NY), Mar 2016. (talk)
  43. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accurate Prediction of the Refractive Index of Polymers Using First-Principles and Data Modeling, APS March Meeting 2016, Baltimore (MD), Mar 2016. (poster)
  44. J. Hachmann, Computational and Data-Driven Discovery of Novel High-Refractive-Index Polymers, 251st ACS National Meeting, PMSE Division Symposium on Computation and Cheminformatics in Polymers Research, San Diego (CA), Mar 2016. (invited talk)
  45. J. Hachmann, Panel Discussion: The Materials Genome and Materials Informatics, 251st ACS National Meeting, Symposium on Computational Material Science: Theory meets Experiment, San Diego (CA), Mar 2016. (invited talk)
  46. J. Hachmann, Data-Driven Research and a Rational Design Paradigm in the Chemical and Materials Disciplines, 251st ACS National Meeting, Symposium on Computational Material Science: Theory meets Experiment, San Diego (CA), Mar 2016. (invited talk)
  47. J. Hachmann, ChemML – a Machine Learning and Informatics Toolbox for the Chemical and Materials Sciences, International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies 2015 (Pacifichem 2015), Symposium on Data Mining and Machine Learning Meets Experiment and First-Principles Simulation for Materials Discovery, Honolulu (HI), Dec 2015. (invited talk)
  48. J. Hachmann, Computational and Data-Driven Discovery of Novel High Refractive Index Polymers, 2015 AIChE Annual Meeting, MESD Symposium on Atomistic and Molecular Modeling and Simulation of Polymers, Salt Lake City (UT), Nov 2015. (talk)
  49. J. Hachmann, CheML – a Machine Learning and Informatics Program Suite for the Chemical and Materials Sciences, 2015 AIChE Annual Meeting, CoMSEF Symposium on Software Engineering in and for the Molecular Sciences, Salt Lake City (UT), Nov 2015. (talk)
  50. J. Hachmann, Rational Materials Design via Machine Learning, Department Seminar, Department of Physics, University of Vermont, Burlington (VT), Oct 2015. (invited talk)
  51. Y. Tian, Systematic Trends in Results from Different Density Functional Theory Models, 18th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2015. (poster)
  52. Y. Pal, Rational Design of Catalyst Systems for Solar Water Splitting Through Computational Chemistry, 18th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2015. (poster)
  53. W.S. Evangelista, ChemHTPS: A Computational High-Throughput Screening Infrastructure for Chemical Research, 18th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2015. (poster)
  54. M. Haghighatlari, Trend-Based Feature Selection in Molecular Descriptor Space, 18th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2015. (poster)
  55. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accurate Prediction of the Refractive Index of Polymers Using First-Principles and Data Modeling, 18th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Sep 2015. (poster)
  56. C.-Y. Shih, Systematic Trends in Results from Different DFT Models, University at Buffalo MSc Thesis Defense Seminar, Buffalo (NY), Aug 2015. (talk)
  57. J. Hachmann, Workshop I: Data Mining, Machine Learning, and Materials Informatics, 2015 Conference on Foundations of Molecular Modeling and Simulation (FOMMS 2015) – Molecular Modeling and the Materials Genome, Mt Hood (OR), Jul 2015. (invited talk)
  58. J. Hachmann, Computing Quantum Chemical Results without Doing Quantum Chemistry: A Machine Learning Shortcut, 47th Midwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference (MWTCC 2015), Ann Arbor (MI), Jun 2015. (invited talk)
  59. M. Haghighatlari, Molecular Electronic Properties of Organic Semiconductors, 33rd Annual UB Chemistry Graduate Student Symposium, Buffalo (NY), May 2015. (poster)
  60. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Accelerated Discovery of High Refractive Index Polyimides, 33rd Annual UB Chemistry Graduate Student Symposium, Buffalo (NY), May 2015. (poster)
  61. J. Hachmann, Research in the Hachmann Group, UB CBE Advisory Board Meeting, Buffalo (NY), Apr 2015. (talk)
  62. B.A. Moore, Discovering Trends in Data from Different Quantum Chemical Models, 11th UB Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Academic Excellence Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Apr 2015. (poster)
  63. J. Hachmann, Research in the Hachmann Group: Computational Catalysis, Materials, Big Data, & More…, 2015 UB CDSE Days, Buffalo (NY), Mar 2015. (talk)
  64. J. Hachmann, Molecular Properties from Big Data, IPAM Workshop on Machine Learning for Many-Particle Systems, Los Angeles (CA), Feb 2015. (invited talk)
  65. M. Haghighatlari, Machine Learning for the Prediction of Molecular Properties, IPAM Workshop on Machine Learning for Many-Particle Systems, Los Angeles (CA), Feb 2015. (poster)
  66. J. Hachmann, Molecular Properties from Big Data, Workshop on Opportunities in Materials Informatics, Madison (WI), Feb 2015. (poster)
  67. J. Hachmann, Molecular Properties of Organic Semiconductors from Big Data, MRS Fall Meeting, Symposium on Fundamentals of Organic Semiconductors: Synthesis, Morphology, Devices, and Theory, Boston (MA), Dec 2014. (invited talk)
  68. M. Haghighatlari, Machine Learning for Accelerated Materials Discovery, 17th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Oct 2014. (poster)
  69. M.A. Faiz Afzal, Computational Approach to Discovering Novel Monomers for High Refractive Index Organic Materials, 17th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Oct 2014. (poster)
  70. C.-Y. Shih, Discovering Trends in Data from Different Quantum Chemical Models, 17th Annual UB CBE Graduate Student Research Symposium, Buffalo (NY), Oct 2014. (poster)
  71. J. Hachmann, Molecular Properties from Big Data, 248th ACS National Meeting, COMP Division Symposium on Quantum Chemical Calculation of Molecular Properties: A Tribute to Professor Nicholas C. Handy, San Francisco (CA), Aug 2014. (invited talk)
  72. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project – a Virtual High-Throughput Search Framework for New Organic Solar Cell Materials, 248th ACS National Meeting, ENFL Division Symposium on Applications of Theoretical Chemistry for Energy and Fuel Production, San Francisco (CA), Aug 2014. (invited talk)
  73. J. Hachmann, Hachmann Group Research Program, UB CBE Advisory Board Meeting, Buffalo (NY), Feb 2014. (talk)
  74. J. Hachmann, High-Throughput Quantum Chemistry and Big Data Techniques for the Rational Design of Organic Semiconductors, Conference on Electronics Materials and Applications 2014 (EMA 2014), Symposium on Computational Design of Electronic Materials, Orlando (FL), Jan 2014. (invited talk)

 

Harvard (2009–2014)

  1. J. Hachmann, High-Throughput Quantum Chemistry and Big Data Techniques for the Rational Design of Organic Semiconductors, Special Topics in Theoretical Chemistry Seminar, Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (Switzerland), Oct 2013. (invited talk)
  2. J. Hachmann, From High-Throughput Quantum Chemistry to the Rational Design of Organic Semiconductors – a Big Data and Materials Informatics Approach, CECAM Workshop on Structure-Property Relationships of Molecular Precursors to Organic Electronics, Lausanne (Switzerland), Oct 2013. (invited talk)
  3. J. Hachmann, High-Throughput Quantum Chemistry and Big Data Techniques for the Rational Design of Organic semiconductors, 49th Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry: Bridging Scales in Theoretical Chemistry, Erlangen (Germany), Sep 2013. (talk)
  4. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: High-Throughput Screening and Design of Organic Photovoltaic Materials via Automated, First-Principles Quantum Chemistry on the IBM World Community Grid, 246th ACS National Meeting, PHYS Division Symposium on Physical Chemistry of Solar Energy Conversion, Indianapolis (IN), Sep 2013. (invited talk)
  5. J. Hachmann, High-Throughput and Big Data Techniques in Computational Materials Science, 246th ACS National Meeting, COMP Division Symposium on Chemical Mechanisms in Advanced Materials, Indianapolis (IN), Sep 2013. (invited talk)
  6. J. Hachmann, Harvard Clean Energy Project: From Big Data and Cheminformatics to the Rational Design of Molecular OPV Materials, 246th ACS National Meeting, CINF Division Poster Session, Indianapolis (IN), Sep 2013. (poster)
  7. J. Hachmann, Accelerated Discovery of Third-Generation OPV Semiconductors: Screening Molecular Materials on the World Community Grid, Materials Genome Initiative Principal Investigators’ Meeting, Washington (DC), Jul 2013. (poster)
  8. J. Hachmann, Rational Design of Semiconductors for Organic Photovoltaics via High-Throughput Quantum Chemistry and Materials Informatics, Department Seminar, School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh (Scotland), May 2013. (invited talk)
  9. J. Hachmann, Rationales Design von Halbleitern für organische Solarzellen durch High-Throughput Quantenchemie und Materialinformatik, Theoretical Chemistry Colloquium, Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Braunschweig University of Technology, Braunschweig (Germany), May 2013. (invited talk)
  10. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: Computational High-Throughput Screening of OPV Materials on the IBM World Community Grid, Department Seminar, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University at Buffalo – SUNY, Buffalo (NY), Mar 2013. (invited talk)
  11. J. Hachmann, Automated, High-Throughput Quantum Chemistry: Screening OPV Materials on the World Community Grid, 53rd Sanibel Symposium, St. Simons Island (GA), Feb 2013. (talk)
  12. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: High-Throughput Ab Initio Screening of OPVs via Distributed Volunteer Computing, 2012 MRS Fall Meeting, Symposium on Next-Generation Polymer-based Organic Photovoltaics, Boston (MA), Nov 2012. (talk)
  13. J. Hachmann, Automated, High-Throughput Quantum Chemistry: Screening OPV Materials on the World Community Grid, XIVth International Congress of Quantum Chemistry (XIV-ICQC2012), Boulder (CO), Mar 2012. (poster)
  14. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: An Automated, High-Throughput, First-Principles Screening of Organic Photovoltaics on the World Community Grid, Séminaire du RQMP Versant Nord, Département de physique, Université de Montréal, Montréal (Canada), Mar 2012. (invited talk)
  15. J. Hachmann, Developing Renewable Energy Materials on your Idling Computer: The Harvard Clean Energy Project on the World Community Grid, 2012 MIT Energy Conference Showcase, Boston (MA), Mar 2012. (poster)
  16. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: High-Throughput Screening of OPVs Using First-Principles Electronic Structure Theory, APS March Meeting 2012, DCOMP/DMP Symposium on Computational Design of Materials – Nanostructured and Energy Materials, Boston (MA), Feb 2012. (talk)
  17. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: Automated, Large-Scale, First-Principles Screening of Carbon-Based Photovoltaics on the World Community Grid, 20th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry (CCTCC 20), Jackson (MS), Oct 2011. (poster)
  18. J. Hachmann, Developing Renewable Energy Materials on your Idling Computer: High-Throughput In Silico Screening of OPVs in the Harvard Clean Energy Project, Global Climate and Energy Project Research Symposium 2011 (GCEP 2011), Stanford (CA), Oct 2011. (poster)
  19. J. Hachmann, Quantum Chemistry on the World Community Grid: a Large-Scale Screening of Molecular Motifs for OPVs, 9th Triennial Congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists 2011 (WATOC 2011), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Jul 2011. (poster)
  20. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: First-Principles Screening of OPV Materials on the World Community Grid, APS March Meeting 2011, DCOMP/DMP Symposium on Computational Materials Design – Data-Driven, Dallas (TX), Mar 2011. (talk)
  21. J. Hachmann, Developing Renewable Energy Materials on your Idling Computer: the Harvard Clean Energy Project on the World Community Grid, 2011 MIT Energy Conference Showcase, Boston (MA), Mar 2011. (poster)
  22. J. Hachmann, First-Principles Screening and Design of Organic Photovoltaic Materials on the World Community Grid: The Clean Energy Project, Workshop on Wavepackets, Chaos, and Scattering: from Chemistry to Physics and Back, Cambridge (MA), Oct 2010. (poster)
  23. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: First-Principles Study of Molecular Motifs for OPVs on the World Community Grid, 46th Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry: Quantum Chemistry for Large and Complex Systems – From Theory to Algorithms and Applications, Münster (Germany), Sep 2010. (talk)
  24. J. Hachmann, First-Principles Screening and Design of Organic Photovoltaic Materials on the World Community Grid, 240th ACS National Meeting, PHYS Division Symposium on Molecular Systems for Efficient Solar Energy Conversion and Storage, Boston (MA), Aug 2010. (talk)
  25. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: A Large-Scale Computational Search for New Organic Photovoltaics on the World Community Grid, Workshop on Complex Interactions & Mechanisms in Organic Photovoltaics (CIMOPV), Brisbane (Australia), Jul 2010. (invited talk)
  26. J. Hachmann, First-principles Screening and Design of Organic Photovoltaic Materials on the World Community Grid: The Clean Energy Project, Molecular Quantum Mechanics 2010: An International Conference in Honor of Professor Henry F. Schaefer III (MQM 2010), Berkeley (CA), May 2010. (poster)
  27. J. Hachmann, The Harvard Clean Energy Project: A Large-Scale Computational Search for New Organic Photovoltaics, 3rd Puerto Rico NSF EPSCoR/RII IFN Annual Meeting, Rio Grande (PR), May 2010. (invited talk)
  28. J. Hachmann, Screening and Design of Renewable Energy Materials on the World Community Grid, 2010 MIT Energy Conference Showcase, Boston (MA), Mar 2010. (poster)

 

Cornell (2004–2009)

  1. J. Hachmann, Transition Metal Computational Chemistry – a Study of the 3d-M(smif)2 Series – (and some DMRG), Cornell University PhD Thesis Defense Seminar, Ithaca (NY), Aug 2009. (talk)
  2. J. Hachmann, Electronic Structure of 3d-M(smif)2: A Case Study for Computational Investigations of Coordination Compounds and their Spectroscopic Characterization, XIIIth International Congress of Quantum Chemistry (XIII-ICQC2009), Helsinki (Finland), Jun 2009. (poster)
  3. J. Hachmann, Formal Oxidation States and Realistic Charge Distributions in Transition Metal Chemistry, XIIIth International Congress of Quantum Chemistry Satellite Symposium: Molecular Properties ’09 – Bridging the Gap between Theory and Experiment (MP09), Oslo (Norway), Jun 2009. (poster)
  4. J. Hachmann, The Electronic Structure of 3d-M(smif)2: A Testing Ground for Computational Investigations of Organometallic Complexes and their Spectroscopic Characterization, 92nd Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (CSC 2009), PTCC Division Poster Session, Hamilton (ON), Jun 2009. (poster)
  5. J. Hachmann, Application of Ab Initio DMRG to the Physics of Conjugated π-Electron Systems, 8th Triennial Congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists 2008 (WATOC 2008), Sydney (Australia), Sep 2008. (poster)
  6. J. Hachmann, Ab Initio DMRG Methodology and Studies of Organic Electronic Materials, 236th ACS National Meeting, PHYS Division Poster Session, Philadelphia (PA), Aug 2008. (poster)
  7. J. Hachmann, Recent Progress in Ab Initio DMRG Methodology, APS March Meeting 2008, DCOMP/DCP Symposium on Frontiers in Electronic Structure Theory, New Orleans (LA), Mar 2008. (talk)
  8. J. Hachmann, Ab Initio DMRG Methodology and Studies of Organic Electronic Materials, 48th Sanibel Symposium, St. Simons Island (GA), Feb 2008. (poster)
  9. J. Hachmann, The Hidden Radical Nature of the Acenes, 234th ACS National Meeting, PHYS Division Poster Session, Boston (MA), Sep 2007. (poster)
  10. J. Hachmann, The Radical Character of the Acenes, Molecular Quantum Mechanics: Analytic Gradients and Beyond – An International Conference in Honor of Professor Peter Pulay (MQM 2007), Budapest (Hungary), Jun 2007. (poster)
  11. J. Hachmann, On the Nature of the Oligoacene Ground State, International Conference on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems (SCES’07), Houston (TX), May 2007. (poster)
  12. J. Hachmann, On the Nature of the Oligoacene Ground State, APS March Meeting 2007, Denver (CO), Mar 2007. (poster)
  13. J. Hachmann, Quadratic Scaling Ab Initio DMRG for Strong Nondynamic Correlation, APS March Meeting 2007, DCOMP Symposium on Computational Methods for Strongly Correlated Systems and Many Body Theory, Denver (CO), Mar 2007. (talk)
  14. J. Hachmann, Development of DMRG Methodology in Electronic Structure Theory, Cornell University MSc Thesis Defense Seminar, Ithaca (NY), Nov 2006. (talk)
  15. J. Hachmann, Quadratic Scaling Ab Initio DMRG for Strong Nondynamic Correlation, 232nd ACS National Meeting, COMP Division Symposium on Quantum Chemistry, San Francisco (CA), Sep 2006. (talk)
  16. J. Hachmann, Quadratic Scaling Ab Initio DMRG for Strong Nondynamic Correlation, 42nd Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry (STC 42): Quantum Chemistry − Methods and Applications, Erkner/Berlin (Germany), Sep 2006. (poster)
  17. J. Hachmann, Quadratic Scaling Ab Initio DMRG for Strong Multireference Correlation, XIIth International Congress of Quantum Chemistry (XII-ICQC2006), Kyoto (Japan), May 2006. (poster)
  18. J. Hachmann, Quadratic Scaling Ab Initio DMRG for Strong Multireference Correlation, XIIth International Congress of Quantum Chemistry Satellite Meeting: Chemical Accuracy and Beyond – Electron Correlation, DFT, and Breakdown of Born-Oppenheimer Scheme, Tokyo (Japan), May 2006. (poster)

 

Cambridge & Jena (2003–2004)

  1. J. Hachmann, Nodal Hypersurfaces in Many-Electron Wavefunctions, Molecular Quantum Mechanics: The No Nonsense Path to Progress – An International Conference in Honour of Professor Nicholas C. Handy (MQM 2004), Cambridge (UK), Jul 2004. (poster)
  2. J. Hachmann, Knotenhyperflächen in Vielelektronen-Wellenfunktionen, University of Jena DiplChem Thesis Defense Seminar, Jena (Germany), Jul 2004. (talk)
  3. J. Hachmann, Nodal Hypersurfaces in Many-Electron Wavefunctions, GDCh-JCF Spring Symposium, Heidelberg (Germany), Apr 2004. (talk)
  4. J. Hachmann, Nodal Hypersurfaces in Many-Electron Wavefunctions, GDCh-JCF Spring Symposium, Heidelberg (Germany), Apr 2004. (poster)