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Archive of courses given at the
University Oldenburg
Computer-Chemie-Centrum Erlangen
University Jena
University Erlangen

University Oldenburg

SS 15
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
Thermodynamics PR 2 SE 1
WS 14/15
Chemical Calculations SE 2
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
Chemistry for Medical Students  VL 3 SE 1 PR 1
General Chemistry as minor subject VL 1 PR 4
Electrochemistry PR 2
SS 14
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
Thermodynamics PR 2 SE 1
WS 13/14
Chemical Calculations SE 2
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
Chemistry for Medical Students  VL 3 SE 1 PR 1
General Chemistry as minor subject VL 1 PR 4
SS 13
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
General Chemistry as minor subject VL 1 PR 4
Thermodynamics PR 2 SE 1
WS 12/13
Chemical Calculations SE 2
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
Chemistry for Medical Students  VL 3 SE 1 PR 1
SS 12
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
General Chemistry as minor subject VL 1 PR 4
Thermodynamics PR 2 SE 1
WS 11/12
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
Electrochemistry PR 2
Chemical Calculations SE 4
SS 11
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
General Chemistry as minor subject VL 1 PR 4
Thermodynamics PR 2 SE 1
Kinetics SE 1
WS 10/11
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
Electrochemistry PR 2
Chemical Calculations SE 4
SS 10
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
General Chemistry as minor subject VL 1 PR 4
Thermodynamics PR 2 SE 1
Kinetics SE 1
WS 09/10
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
Electrochemistry PR 2
Chemical Calculations SE 4
SS 09
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
Thermodynamics PR 4 SE 1
Kinetics SE 1
WS 08/09
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
Computational Chemistry PR 2
Electrochemistry PR 2
Chemical Calculations SE 4
SS 08
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
Seminar Thermodynamics SE 1
Seminar Theoretical Chemistry 1 SE 1
WS 07/08
Theoretical Chemistry VL 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
Chemical calculations SE 2
SS 07
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 06/07
Theoretical Chemistry VL 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
 
SS 06
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 05/06
Theoretical Chemistry VL 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
Chemistry and Computer SE 1
 
SS 05
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 04/05
Theoretical Chemistry VL 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
 
SS 04
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 03/04
Theoretical Chemistry VL 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
 
SS 03
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 02/03
Theoretical Chemistry VL 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
 
SS 02
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 01/02
Theoretical Chemistry VL 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
 
SS 01
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 00/01
Introduction into CIP-Pool for First-Year Students SE 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
 
SS 00
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 99/00
Introduction into CIP-Pool for First-Year Students SE 2
Information and Communication Technologies in Chemistry at Schools SE 2
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry SE 4
 
SS 99
Advanced Methods in Computational Chemistry VL 2 PR 2
DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry SE 4
 
WS 98/99
Introduction into CIP-Pool for First-Year Students SE 2
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
Application of ab initio Calculations VL 2
 
SS 98
Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application VL 2 PR 2
 

Computer-Chemie-Centrum Erlangen

96/97
Development of multimedia lectures, teleteaching via videoconferencing at four universities
 

University Jena

SS 94
Organic Computational Chemistry 1 SE PR
WS 94/95
Organic Computational Chemistry 2 SE PR
SS 95
Organic Computational Chemistry 1 SE PR
 

­University Erlangen

SS 91
First practical course Organic Chemistry for Teachers SE PR
SS 92
First practical course Organic Chemistry for Teachers SE PR
SS 93
First practical course Organic Chemistry for Teachers SE PR
 
WS = winter term, SS = summer term
 
VL = Lecture, SE = Seminar, PR = practical session

Additional information on current courses

Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application (graduate course)

Overview over common methods; description of force field and quantummechanical (semiempirical, ab initio, density functional theory) approaches; structure of input files, keywords, discussion of results, exercises with semiempirical methods and selected problems; instruction to sensitive use of methods and ressources and to independent working with everyday problems

Requirements: none

DFT Methods in Inorganic Chemistry (graduate course) and
Ab initio and DFT Methods in Organic Chemistry (graduate course)

Discussion of selected examples from the literature and/or lab problems, alternating from inorganic and organic chemistry

Requirements: Computational Chemistry: Introduction and Application

Theoretical Chemistry (Bachelor level)

The following topics are covered:

  • historical development and basic ideas
  • Schrödinger equation, particle in a potential well
  • hydrogen atom
  • many body systems, approximations (LCAO, SCF, etc.)
  • group theory, symmetry, point groups, irreducable representations
  • ligand field theory, spin-orbit coupling


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