Welcome to the Dreuw research group

"The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new facts as to discover new ways of thinking about them."

Sir William Bragg (1862-1942)

"An idiot with a computer is just a faster, better idiot."

Richard T. Julius

In our group we investigate chemical and biophysical problems with the help of modern theoretical and computational methods. One main interest is the study of photo-initiated processes in complex molecular systems ranging from small molecules to large molecular assemblies, and one focus here is put on the development of quantum chemical methods for that purpose. Nevertheless, we also tackle challenging ground state problems. Our research is summarized in a brief recent review, and even more details can be found on our new research webpage.

Group picture
Group photo 2015

  • Nov. 4th to 5th 2016
    Electrons and nuclei in motion - correlation and dynamics in molecules

    Symposium in honor of the 70th birthday of Lorenz Cederbaum

  • Oct. 25th 2016
    Tim defends his Ph.D. thesis and is now Dr. Stauch
  • Sept. 4th 2016
    Steffi and Jan Mewes move to New Zealand to join Peter Schwerdtfeger's group
  • April 19th 2016
    Katie defends her Ph.D. and is now Dr. Fletcher
  • March 18th 2016
    Jan defends his Ph.D. thesis and is now Dr. Wenzel
  • March 7th 2016
    We are moving to our new building: The Mathematikon