|Time:||March 3, 2023, 1:00 p.m. (CET)|
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The upcoming talk in the quantum computing lecture series will be held on Friday, March 3rd at 1pm in the seminar room 8.109 (8th floor of Pfaffenwaldring 55).
We are honoured to have Prof. Markus Reiher from ETH Zürich as a speaker. He will talk about "Prospects of Quantum Computing for Chemistry".
We are looking forward to welcoming you there.
About Prof. Markus Reiher
born in Paderborn (Westphalia) in 1971, diploma in chemistry from the University of Bielefeld in 1995, PhD in theoretical chemistry from the same University with Professor Juergen Hinze in 1998, habilitation in theoretical chemistry at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg with Professor Bernd Artur Hess from 1999 to 2002, 'venia legendi' in summer 2003, Oct. 2003 - Mar. 2005 Privatdozent at the University of Bonn, during this time representative (Lehrstuhlvertreter) of the Chair of Theoretical Chemistry at Erlangen (2003/2004) and of the Chair of Theoretical Chemistry at Bonn (2004/2005), Dec. 2004 offer of a position 'full professor in theoretical chemistry' at the University of Groningen, Apr. 2005 - Jan. 2006 Professor for Physical Chemistry (designation: Theory) at the University of Jena, since Feb. 2006 Professor for Theoretical Chemistry at ETH Zurich (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry from 2006 to 2011 as ausserordentlicher Professor and since 2011 as ordentlicher Professor); Markus Reiher served as head of the Laboratory of Physical Chemistry from 2009 to 2010; research fellow during short-time research stays in Tel Aviv (2000), Budapest (2001), Tromsø (2003/2004), Lund (2006), and Singapore (2009); awards include the 2004 Award of the 'Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Universitaetsprofessoren fuer Chemie' (ADUC Jahrespreis 2004), the Emmy-Noether-Habilitationspreis 2003 of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, in 2005 the Dozentenstipendium of the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie, and in 2010 the OYGA award of the Lise-Meitner-Minerva Center for Computational Chemistry Jerusalem and the Golden Owl of the students of ETH Zurich, and in 2018 the Löwdin Lecture of the University of Uppsala and the Credit Suisse Best Teaching award.