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23.11.2014 09:16:50 

Welcome to theory-nnl.it!
This is the website of the Theoretical and Computational division of Nanoscience Institute of CNR.
The division is headed by Dr. Fabio Della Sala. Our main research interest is Computational Nanoscience, i.e. to apply and develop computational methods to solve physical problems relevant for nanotechnology applications. We investigate different systems, from organic molecules to inorganic quantum wells, using computational methods with different accuracy/costs ratio, from first principles density functional theory and correlated ab-initio methods to envelope function approaches.
The Theoretical and Computational division is affiliated to the Centre of Biomolecular Nanotechnologies of the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) and participates to the Integrated Multiscale Computational Technology Platform.
 

Fabio Della Sala was awarded of the ERC-Starting Grant for the proposal DEDOM (Development of Density Functional Theory Methods for organic-metal interaction)



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The theorical and computational division of NNL is a node of the CNR-Village

23-07-2014
Concorso pubblico, per esami, per l'ammissione al 30° ciclo dei Corsi di Dottorato di Ricerca con sede amministrativa presso l'Universita' del Salento

23-01-2012
One Team-Leader position in theoretical chemistry/physics is available at the Centre for Biomolecular Nanotechnologies (Lecce, Italy) of the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia.
The position is 5 years long and could be renewed.The position is available immediately.

Apr 22nd, 10.00 am
SEMINAR: Manuel Perez Jigato, KU Leuven/IKS, Belgium "First-­Principles electronic and vibrational properties of Pb(111) thin films"

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