Scientific report on the conference “Theory of metal atoms, clusters and nanoparticles interacting with organic matter”
June 10th – June 12th 2015
View the full conference report here.
Due to recent progress in nano-fabrication there is a large, growing interest in stabilized metal-organic hybrids. However, at present not many computational ab-initio studies have been performed and they are scattered across different fields and communities. The workshop goal was then to address current challenges and successful methods to study the electronic properties of organo-metal nanocomposites bringing together leading scientists working both on ground and excited state electronic properties of organic stabilized metal complexes.