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Pre- and postdoctoral position in Attosecond Molecular Science

Pre- and postdoctoral position available in the framework of the recently awarded Synergy Grant of the European Research Council TOMATTO (the ultimate Time scale of Organic Molecular optoelectronics: the ATTOsecond). Subject description The goal of the project is to overcome the femtosecond time-scale bottleneck and get direct information on the early […]


Grants to study Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Chemistry (TCCM) Master

The Erasmus Mundus Master in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling -TCCM- (www.emtccm.org <http://www.emtccm.org/>) offers 25 grants to study theoretical chemistry in one of the nine Universities of the TCCM consortium  (Autonomous University of Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Paul Sabatier-Toulouse, Sorbonne-Paris, Leuven, Groningen, Perugia or Trieste) and involves 32 other international partners […]


School on New Computational Methods for Attosecond Molecular Processes

Registration to the ZCAM-COST AttoChem school on “New Computational Methods for Attosecond Molecular Processes” that will take place from 22 to 26 March 2021 is now open at https://www.cecam.org/workshop-details/1058. Registration is free and should be done by 28 February 2021. Due to the pandemic, the school will be entirely online. Please […]

TOMATTO project awarded with an ERC Synergy Grant

TOMATTO project awarded with an ERC Synergy Grant

Today, 5 November 2020, the European Research Council (ERC) has announced that the project TOMATTO – “The ultimate time scale in organic molecular opto-electronics, the attosecond”, led by Fernando Martín (IMDEA Nanoscience and Universidad Autonoma de Madrid), Mauro Nisoli (Politecnico di Milano) and Nazario Martín (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) has been […]


Contrato FPI para realización de Tesis Doctoral en Ciencia de Attosegundos, Attoquímica

Contrato FPI asociado al proyecto del Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación con referencia PID2019-105458RB-I00, co-liderado por Alicia Palacios y Fernando Martín, para realización de una tesis doctoral en el grupo CampuS, en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. PERFIL DEL CANDIDATO: Graduado en Física o Graduado […]

Polypeptide formation in clusters of β-alanine amino acids by single ion impact

Polypeptide formation in clusters of β-alanine amino acids by single ion impact

The formation of peptide bonds by energetic processing of amino acids is an important step towards the formation of biologically relevant molecules. As amino acids are present in space, scenarios have been developed to identify the roots of life on Earth, either by processes occurring in outer space or on […]

IDEAS project is awarded with an ERC Advanced Grant

IDEAS project is awarded with an ERC Advanced Grant

The UAM professor Fernando Martín, from the Department of Chemistry of the Faculty of Sciences has obtained funding from the European Research Council to develop the IDEAS project (Imaging, Decoherence and AttoSecond probing of ionization-induced charge migration in molecules) The European Research Council (ERC) has selected the “Imaging, Decoherence and […]


INPhiNIT fellowship programme – 2020 call

The 2020 call of INPhiNIT doctoral fellowship programme, funded by “la Caixa”, is now open. Campus theoretical group is willing to host students who get a fellowship in any of its modalities: INPhINIT-Incoming: There are 35 phd fellowships directed to students NOT having resided in Spain for more than 12 […]


Time-resolved Molecular Dynamics of Single and Double Hydrogen Migration in Ethanol

Molecular movie snapshots. Movie frames representing the evolution of the ethanol dication along typical trajectories leading to the three precursor channels: a) H+ + C2H5O+, b) H2O+ + C2H4+ and c) H3O+ + C2H3+ for the triple coincidence channel H+ + H2O+ + C2H3+. Article: published in Nature Communications by […]


Permanent call for expressions of interest

CampuS theoretical group, led by Prof. Fernando Martín, belongs to the Department of Chemistry of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Its research mainly focuses on: the theoretical and computational modeling of photoexcitation and photoionization processes in atomic and molecular systems induced by synchrotron radiation and ultrashort laser pulses with femto- […]


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