|The University of Pittsburgh has one of the largest groups of researchers engaged in Theoretical & Computational Chemistry research of any U. S. academic institution.
|With the goal of increasing the potential to address creative and productive research challenges through collaboration and increased computing power, the University of Pittsburgh offers a Computational Modeling and Simulation PhD Program. More information can be found on the program's webpage.
|The University of Pittsburgh's Center for Research Computing (CRC) serves as a catalyst for multidisciplinary collaborations among professors, sponsors modeling-focused seminars, teaches graduate-level modeling courses and provides individual consultation in modeling to all researchers at the University.
|CORE.SAM is a web service provided by the University of Pittsburgh's Simulation and Modeling Center for the purpose of supporting computational research at the university through collaboration and communication between the SAM team and the research scientists and students.
|The Pittsburgh Quantum Institute (PQI) serves to unify and promote research in quantum science and engineering in the Pittsburgh area, with members from Carnegie Mellon University, Duquesne University, and the University of Pittsburgh.
Quantum Monte Carlo References
- Videos, lecture slides, and tutorials from the 2012 Summer School on Computational Materials Science at University of IL at Urbana-Champaign.
- Videos and lecture slides from the 2007 Summer School on Computational Materials Science at University of IL at Urbana-Champaign.
- Notes and tutorials from the 2004 DEMOCRITOS-ICTP School on Continuum QMC Methods.
|The Telluride Science and Research Center (TSRC) extends the frontiers in molecular science by providing a uniquely inspiring, relaxed environment for face-to-face discussion and collaboration among scientists, engineers, theorists, and experimentalists from around the world. TSRC hosts various workshops and conferences year-round, based in Telluride, CO.