Theoretical Spectroscopy of Complex Systems





Spectroscopies of various kinds are essential tools in many areas of natural sciences. The interpretation of experimental spectra of complex systems, however, often requires theoretical input. Theoretical spectroscopy can often provide an understanding on an atomistic level that cannot be reached by experiment alone. The reliable spectra simulations of complex systems by means of quantum-chemical methods, are, however, far from trivial and novel computational approaches are needed to provide a reliable theoretical support.

Our main research interest and expertise lie in the development and application of efficient methods in theoretical spectroscopies to complex systems, where my focus lies on optical and vibrational spectroscopy of bio-systems.

Research topics:

Flourescent Biomarkers for Amyloid Fibrils

Local Approaches in Vibrational Structure Theory