Group

Dorothea

Dr. Dorothea Golze

Junior group leader
email: Click to reveal dorothea.golze@tu-dresden.de

Dorothea started the junior group funded by the Emmy-Noether program of the German Research Foundation in June 2021. After studying chemistry at the University of Leipzig, she started her PhD at the University of Zurich (Switzerland) under the supervision of Prof. Jürg Hutter and graduated in 2016. She then joined the group of Prof. Patrick Rinke at Aalto University (Finland) as postdoc. Read more.


Ramón

Dr. Ramón L. Panadés-Barrueta

Postdoc
email: Click to reveal ramon_lorenzo.panades-barrueta@tu-dresden.de

Ramón obtained his Bachelor’s in Radiochemistry at InSTEC, University of Havana (Cuba). Afterwards, he received his Master’s and PhD in Physics at the University of Lille (France) under the supervision of Prof. Daniel Peláez. He made his first postdoc at the University of Twente (Netherlands), within the TREX European CoE. Currently he works on the development of low-scaling GW algorithms that will exploit the performance boost of emerging Exascale architectures. Read more.


Levi

Levi Keller

Visiting PhD student
email: Click to reveal levi.keller@tu-dresden.de

Levi Keller is a PhD student at the Computational Electronic Structure Theory Group of Aalto University, and is currently visiting Golze group to collaborate on embedding methods for GW approach to theoretical spectroscopy. 


Qing-Long

Qing-Long Liu

PhD student
email: Click to reveal qing-long.liu@mailbox.tu-dresden.de

Qing-Long got his master in applied mathematics and informatics from HSE, Russia and bachelor in chemistry from Inner Mongolia University, China.
He works on implementing relativistic effects to GW method to simulate XPS spectroscopy.


Ekin

Ekin Esme Baş

PhD student
email: Click to reveal ekin-esme.bas@mailbox.tu-dresden.de

Ekin completed her master’s and bachelor’s degree in computational chemistry and molecular modeling at Bogazici University, Turkey.
She is currently working on the Raman spectra modeling of 2D MOFs and TMDs using CP2K program package.