Marcos Casanova Páez
Melbourne Centre for Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
The University of Melbourne, VIC 3010
Room: 172 (Masson Building)
E-mail: mcasanova AT student.unimelb.edu.au
2017 – present: PhD student, School of Chemistry, The University of Melbourne, Australia
2014 – 2017: Master of Science in Physics, Universidad de Chile, Chile
2012 – 2013: Engineering Physics, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile
2007 – 2011: Bachelor of Science in Physics, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile
2019: 2019 Science Abroad Travelling Scholarship to attend DFT2019 in Alicante, Spain (Faculty of Science, The University of Melbourne)
2017: Melbourne Research Scholarship, The University of Melbourne, Australia
2015: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Internship, Spain
2011: Center of Soft Matter Research and Technology, SMAT-C, Chile.
5. L. Goerigk, M. Casanova-Páez, “The Trip to the Density Functional Theory Zoo Continues: Making a Case for Time-Dependent Double Hybrids for Excited-State Problems”, Australian Journal of Chemistry 2020, in print, accepted on 1 May 2020. (upcoming awards special issue)
4. M. Casanova-Páez, M. B. Dardis, L. Goerigk, “ωB2PLYP & ωB2GPPLYP: the first two double-hybrid density functionals with long-range correction optimized for excitation energies“, Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 2019, 15, 4735-4744. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jctc.9b00013.
3. E.Menéndez-Proupin,M. Casanova-Páez, A.L.Montero-Alejo, M.A.Flores, W.Orellana, “Symmetry and thermodynamics of tellurium vacancies in cadmium telluride“, Physica B: Condensed Matter 2019, published online. DOI: 10.1016/j.physb.2019.01.013
2. N. Mehta, M. Casanova-Páez, L. Goerigk, “Semi-empirical or non-empirical double-hybrid density functionals: which are more robust?”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2018,20, 23175-23194. DOI: 10.1039/C8CP03852J (front-cover article, 2018 Hot Article)
1. G. García, M. Casanova-Páez, P. Palacios, E. Menéndez-Proupin, P. Wahnón, “First principle study of V-implantation in highly-doped silicon materials”, Computational Materials Science 2017, 136, 207-215. DOI: 10.1016/j.commatsci.2017.05.005
7. 09/2019 – Poster: “Long-Range Corrected Double Hybrid Density Functionals Optimised for Electronic Excitations”, APATCC 2019, Sydney, Australia.
6. 07/2019 – Poster: “Long-Range Corrected Double Hybrid Density Functionals Optimised for Electronic Excitations”, DFT 2019, Alicante, Spain.
5. 12/2018 – Talk: “TD-ωB2PLYP: the first time-dependent double-hybrid density functional with long-range correction”, QUACCS 2018, Kioloa, Australia.
4. 11/2018 – Poster: “Towards the accurate computational prediction of components for more efficient photovoltaic devices”, CREGA 2018, Hobart, Australia
3. 12/2016 – Talk: “Density functional theory study of defects in cadmium telluride: a PBC and QM/MM comparison”, SOCHIFI 2016, Santiago, Chile.
2. 07/2016 – Poster: “Density functional theory study of defects in cadmium telluride: a PBC and QM/MM comparison”, FHI-aims Developers’ and Users’ Meeting, Munich, Germany.
1. 11/2015 – Poster: “Density functional theory study of impurities and defects in photovoltaic materials: silicon and cadmium telluride”, VI Workshop on novel methods for electronic structure calculations, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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