Group of Dr. Jagau - Faculty for Chemistry and Pharmacy

Dr. Thomas Jagau

Academic Background

10/2015- Research group leader, Universität München, topic: "Non-Hermitian quantum mechanics in electronic-structure theory"
08/2013-09/2015 Postdoctoral work, University of Southern California, topic: "Treatment of molecular resonance states using equation-of-motion coupled-cluster theory", supervisor: Anna I. Krylov
02/2012-06/2012 Visiting researcher, Universitetet i Tromsø, topic: "Towards higher analytic derivatives in coupled-cluster theory", supervisor: Kenneth Ruud
12/2009-04/2013 Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry, Universität Mainz, thesis: "Higher-order molecular properties and excitation energies in single-reference and multireference coupled-cluster theory", supervisor: Jürgen Gauß
05/2008-10/2008 Visiting researcher, University of South Carolina, topic: "Crystal growth of complex oxides using high-temperature solutions", supervisor: Hans-Conrad zur Loye
10/2004-09/2009 Study of chemistry, Universität Mainz, diploma thesis: "Analytic-derivative techniques for multideterminantal approaches", supervisor: Jürgen Gauß
06/2004 Abitur, Heinrich-von-Gagern-Gymnasium, Frankfurt am Main

Scholarships and Awards

03/2019 Material Cost Allowance, Verband der Chemischen Industrie
02/2019 ADUC Award, Association of German University Professors for Chemistry
12/2018 Young Investigator Award, Römer Foundation, Universität München
11/2017- Emmy Noether Fellowship, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
03/2016 LMU Excellent Travel Grant, Universität München
10/2015-10/2017 Liebig Fellowship, Verband der Chemischen Industrie
04/2015 Arthur Adamson Postdoctoral Recognition Award, University of Southern California
09/2013-08/2015 Feodor Lynen Fellowship, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
06/2013 Poster Award, 7th Molecular Quantum Mechanics
03/2010 Adolf Todt Award, Universität Mainz

Conference Talks

08/2020 12th Triennial Congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists
08/2019 3rd Symposium on "New Developments in Coupled-Cluster Theory", Telluride, CO, USA
07/2019 3rd Symposium on "Advances in Theory of Electronic Resonances", Telluride, CO, USA
06/2019 9th Molecular Quantum Mechanics, Heidelberg, Germany
03/2019 56th Chemiedozententagung, Koblenz, Germany
09/2018 54th Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, Halle, Germany
06/2018 Atoms, Molecules, and Materials in Extreme Environments, Oslo, Norway
04/2018 ICTP-IAEA School and Workshop on Fundamental Methods for Atomic, Molecular and Materials Properties in Plasma Environments, Trieste, Italy
04/2018 3rd International Workshop on Dissociative Electron Attachment, Prague, Czech Republic
11/2017 Isaiah Shavitt Workshop on "Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry", Technion Haifa, Israel
08/2017 2nd Symposium on "New Developments in Coupled-Cluster Theory", Telluride, CO, USA
07/2017 2nd Symposium on "Advances in Theory of Electronic Resonances", Telluride, CO, USA
05/2017 20th Steinheimer Gespräche, Wiesbaden, Germany
05/2017 116th General Assembly of the German Bunsen Society, Kaiserslautern, Germany
02/2017 57th Sanibel Symposium, St. Simons, GA, USA
01/2017 Munich Theory Workshop, Garching, Germany
09/2016 52nd Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, Bochum, Germany
07/2016 9th Congress of the International Society for Theoretical Chemical Physics, Grand Forks, ND, USA
07/2016 Undergraduate Research Conference on Molecular Sciences 2016, Irsee, Germany
03/2016 251st ACS National Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, CA, USA
08/2015 250th ACS National Meeting and Exposition, Boston, MA, USA
08/2015 1st Symposium on "New Developments in Coupled-Cluster Theory", Telluride, CO, USA
07/2015 1st Symposium on "Advances in Theory of Electronic Resonances", Telluride, CO, USA
02/2015 55th Sanibel Symposium, St. Simons, GA, USA
10/2012 48th Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, Karlsruhe, Germany
07/2012 Symposium on "Coupled-Cluster Theory and Related Techniques", Boulder, CO, USA