The Larsson Quantum Lab

We develop and utilize tools for simulating and understanding quantum effects in molecular systems.

Our research interests

Our research focuses on developing and utilizing tools for simulating and understanding quantum effects in molecular systems. We are interested in both structural and dynamical properties of molecules. Our recent applications range from understanding entangled vibrational motion in floppy, protonated water clusters and using strong laser fields to control the motion of electrons to predicting complex bonding situations in strongly correlated transition-metal clusters.

Meet the Team

Principal Investigator

Postdoctoral Scholars

Graduate Students

Undergraduate Students

News

We presented our research at the West Coast Theoretical Chemistry Meeting

We had talks and poster contributions at the conference

Codin and Raybo presented their first posters!

Codin and Raybo presented their undergraduate research

The Larsson Lab welcomes Wolfgang Kern!

Wolfgang works as Physics Graduate Student in the Larsson Lab

The Larsson Lab welcomes Amartya 'Raybo' Ghosh

Raybo works as undergraduate student in the Larsson Lab

The Larsson Lab welcomes Codin Cheng

Codin works as undergraduate student in the Larsson Lab

Publications

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Contact

  • larsson -at- ucmerced.e𝛿u
  • University of California, Merced, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Merced, CA 95343
  • Enter the Arts & Computational Science (ACS) building and take the stairs to office 212 to meet Henrik Larsson or to office 208C to meet the other lab members.